Eco Africa - The Environment Magazine
On this week's Eco Africa, we check out whales in South Africa, rubber tires' recycling potential in Germany and endangered gazelles in Tunisia.
Nigerian youngster dreams of swimming his way to the Olympics
Aidan Dumuje-Abili is considered to be the fastest 8-year-old swimmer in Nigeria, Africa most populous country.
India makes a comeback in Africa
India is playing catch-up in Africa compared to China. At the moment, the trade mainly resolves around oil. But with much in common, India is looking to deepen the relationship with African countries.
African NGO maps out the waterways of Lagos's forgotten slum
Officially, the floating Lagos slum of Makoko does not exist. It does not appear on any city planning documents or maps. But that is about to change, thanks to a team of local volunteers and South Africa-based NGO Code For Africa. Using geolocalising technology, they navigate the waterways of this floating slum to create a map that they hope will improve the lives of those living here.
How to get ready for Christmas without stress
Christmas maybe a couple of weeks away, but it’s never too early to prepare for one of the busiest periods of the year. Here is a list of things to do to get ready for Christmas.
Nigeria launches first sex offenders register
The "Sexual Offender Register" will contain the names of all those prosecuted for sexual violence in Africa's most populous nation since 2015. The record will be available online to better help the public, state bodies, and police conduct background checks and identify repeat offenders.
Across Africa: South Africa's cartoonist Zapiro honoured with top award in France
Across Africa: South Africa's cartoonist Zapiro honoured with the top award in France
Compact with Africa: Enthusiasm wanes for the 'Merkel Plan'
At a meeting in Berlin, African leaders will discuss the state of the 'Compact with Africa' project with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. So far, it has fallen short of expectations.