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The World Economic Forum is urging Nigeria to identify risk-hedging facilities to back the naira financing of clean energy projects due to the limited availability of dollar finances.
How Iranians are pushing back against mandatory hijab laws, and how a camp of refugees was evicted in South Africa
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India needs political stability in Pakistan for any kind of dialogue with its regional archrival. With Pakistan deeply divided, India has no strong political partner for talks in Islamabad.
People in Indian-administered Kashmir have been using Namda mats for centuries to insulate their houses. And they're great for the environment too. But the handicraft is under threat.
The Green Claims Directive would require firms to substantiate their climate-friendly claims with evidence. DW looks at how existing claims by the likes of H&M and Shell would fare once the law comes into effect.
The art world is increasingly including artists with disabilities. Germany has long lagged behind in this area, but there are some encouraging developments.
It is estimated some 50 million people are living in modern slavery; 10 million more in the last five years. This includes millions in forced labour and forced marriage; with women and children being especially vulnerable. Annette Young talks to Grace Forrest, the founding director of Walk Free, an international human rights group focused on the elimination of modern slavery. Also we meet the women in Venezuela who have taken their futures literally into their own hands and are building their own family homes as the country confronts a housing crisis.
Crackdowns on climate activists in Germany and Italy are evidence that protests are gaining attention. Authorities must navigate both public opinion and criminal law in their response.
People in rich countries can lead clean lives quicker if governments make it easy for them to ditch dirty habits.
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The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it is expedient for the Nigerian government to consolidate its commitment to the welfare of the masses through the provision of palliatives and interventions for critical industries.
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Widespread access to smartphones and the internet in India have brought online gaming closer to the masses. But female gamers are increasingly encountering abuse and threats online.
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The US PGA Tour and European DP World Tour will merge with Saudi-funded LIV Golf after a two-year rift. LIV threatened to usurp the established series, which seem to have opted for consolidation over competition.
Women Working For Change: Women represent an untapped economic opportunity on the continent - Zouera Youssoufou
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Chief Executive officer, Dangote Foundation, Zouera Youssoufou Speaking on Women Working For Change |Panel on From 300 to 3,000: What if tomorrow's African champions were women? She spoke at the ongoing Africa CEO forum in Abijdan, Coted'lvoire. Women represent an untapped economic opportunity on the continent, in sub-Saharan Africa alone, closing the gender gap could generate an additional $85 billion yearly.
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Chief Executive Officer, Transcorp PLC, Nigeria, Dr. Owen Omogiafo, at a panel discussion on Women Working For Change | From 300 to 3,000: What if tomorrow's African champions were women?. The Africa CEO forum is currently going on in Abijdan, Coted'lvoire.
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CNBC Africa is joined by Gundo Maswime, Civil Engineer Lecturer at the University Cape Town and Kasief Isaacs, Head of Private Markets at Mergence Investment Managers for this discussion.
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A new data center building under construction in Heidelberg, Germany, is set to be Europe's largest 3D-printed structure. The technology shows promise, but challenges to its widespread adoption remain.