From sea to land, China’s assertive push in transportation boosts their connections to the world with so much efficiency that experts call it the new Silk Road.
Tensions flared between Russia and U.S. at the Munich Security Conference, a global security forum held this weekend.
Colombia has been hosting Venezuelans fleeing the country from a serious food shortage and economic crisis.
The population most affected by the coming water shortage in Cape Town will be its poorest.
Mostly black and coloured (or mixed-race) South Africans living in squalor settlements outside of the city, already receive poor water, if any at all. Now they dread the coming scarcity as they fear that they will be blocked from the natural resource.
Sudan’s gold rush in 2015 finally produces positive results.
In a statement, Sudanese minerals minister reported that aggressive mining initiatives extracted 103 tons of gold in the country bordering Egypt. The numbers show double the projected amount with plans to mine 110 tons in 2018.
Like wisps of hair sparsely scattered on the crown of an old man, the roof tops of high rises in Johannesburg slowly grow green hair. Ushering in “a green rush,” the city answers to budding concerns of food, urban development and job security.
CARICOM, a group of Caribbean communities working to strengthen the economic impact of fifteen islands, recently facilitated meetings for a five-year pilot initiative, the Caribbean Fisheries Co-Management Project (CARIFO).
CARIFCO partners Japan with fisherfolk on several islands to source and manage fisheries responsibly. The project launched in 2013.
Africa’s startup scene emerges, while (some in) Silicon Valley miss out.
According to Disrupt Africa, startups raised an estimated $129M in 2016. The numbers show growing African entrepreneurs using technology as a way to empower the continent, even when others still think that Africans live in huts.