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22 Feb
If the United Nations agency responsible for aiding Palestinians collapses from lack of funding, the economic and political impact will be felt far beyond Gaza.
23 Jan
Two decades after horrific ethnic violence in the Darfur region that killed hundreds of thousands of people, Sudan is once again in crisis. Since the start of the brutal power struggle between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in April, there have been alarming reports of ethnic killings in Darfur.
13 Nov
A survey by SBM Intelligence shows that Nigerian consumers spend about 97.4 per cent of their average income on food. The report highlights how high inflation, sluggish economic growth and high unemployment rates fuel Nigerian consumers' cost-of-living crisis. Seyi Awojulugbe, Senior Analyst, SBM Intelligence joins CNBC Africa for more.
24 Oct
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of siege in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo.
23 Oct
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of seige in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo. And finally: Kibera Fashion Week celebrates the talents of local designers.
29 Jul 2023
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, he talks about the Nigerian education system. He warns the President and his cabinet not to mess with Nigeria's education subsidy.
22 Jul 2023
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, he talks about Exemplary leadership in crisis time. It is time for the leadership at all levels to cut down the cost of governance.
19 Jul 2023
Inflation and an influx of refugees have put growing pressure on food banks. Will the German state step into the breach?
28 May 2023
Many educated Pakistanis are looking to move abroad as living costs continue to climb and political unrest deepens in their home country.
20 Apr 2023
Kenya's President, William Ruto, announced that the country will not acquire loans to pay civil servants, even as union groups threatened to go on strike due to unpaid March salaries. According to Ruto, the salary delays are due to the country's substantial public debt, with some loans becoming due this month.
14 Apr 2023
Kenya's President, William Ruto, announced that the country will not acquire loans to pay civil servants, even as union groups threatened to go on strike due to unpaid March salaries. According to Ruto, the salary delays are due to the country's substantial public debt, with some loans becoming due this month.
28 Mar 2023
France's midrange pret-a-porter chains are suffering due to the current economic crisis and structural problems. But some firms are surviving with sustainability, new digital concepts and branding.

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