OFF TO Magazine: A fresh take on African cities
By Abiodun Ogundairo
18 October 2020 | 10:52 am
Millions of students in Cameroon return to school for the first time since March. We look at the changes made to keep them safe. Also, DR Congo is bracing for heavy downpours as the rainy season kicks off. Our correspondents report on how authorities and residents are trying to avoid a repeat of last year's flooding. And we discover a new magazine focused on showing African capitals in a new light. The founder of OFF TO tells us more about her bilingual review that gives a voice to locals about how they see and experience the cities they live in.
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