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From Dakar to Johannesburg: Africans march for action on climate change

By France24
23 September 2019   |   10:39 am
From Dakar to Johannesburg: Africans march for action on climate change


8 Jan 2019
Competitors from across the world gathered in the Peruvian capital Lima on Sunday on the eve of the 2019 edition of the Dakar Rally.
16 Apr 2019
The world-renowned off-road race had moved from Europe and Africa to South America following major security concerns. Now it's headed to "the deep and mysterious deserts" of Saudi Arabia.
27 Apr 2019
The Amaury Sport Organisation distributes footage to announce that Saudi Arabia will stage for the first time the Dakar Rally 2020, the world's most gruelling motor racing event, from January 5 to 17 starting in Jeddah.
10 Jun 2019
The 17th edition of Dakar Fashion Week presented designs from 28 participants including Congolese designer Lupita Swaga and her Afro-futuristic collection.
19 Jul 2019
Dakar kids paint their neighborhood red, yellow and green to show support for the Lions of the Teranga ahead of their clash with Algeria.
23 Sep 2019
From Dakar to Johannesburg: Africans march for action on climate change
8 Oct 2019
For the many people who enjoy a casual swim or deep-sea dive off the Senegalese coast, plastic pollution is an increasingly worrying issue. Dakar's oldest diving club has decided to do something about it, by organising ocean clean-up days.
23 Nov 2019
Dakar opens International Forum on Peace and Security
19 Dec 2019
The last Dakar-Bamako train ran on 17 May 2018, but the colonial-era station in the Malian capital remains. For almost a hundred years, the service had connected Mali to neighbouring Senegal. Railworkers attempt to preserve the station and its memories.
5 May 2020
South Africans who have been queuing since the early morning to obtain their social grants angrily demand that the South African Social Security Agency opens its offices.
8 May 2020
Life is slowly returning to the Johannesburg city centre after South Africa eased its countrywide lockdown. Up until the end of April only essential services were permitted to move around, but since the start of May these restrictions have been slightly relaxed allowing some to go back to work.
16 Jun 2020
A dozen graffiti artists in Senegal have created a mural in the heart of the capital Dakar in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.