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AfricaLink Live on Air — 04 October 2022

With support from allied militia, Somalia hunts al-Shabab+++ Apple music honors Nigeria’s musical history with a month long campaign+++Kenya’s glass blowing company thrives amid pandemic+++The impact of Europe's energy crisis on African businesses

AfricaLink Live on Air — 03 October 2022

Ousted Burkina Faso leader Damiba in Togo after coup: government++++Who is Ibrahim Traore, the soldier behind Burkina Faso's latest coup?+++Calls for more funding as pre-COP27 climate talks open in DR Congo+++Sports

AfricaLink Live on Air — 30 September 2022

More gunfire in Burkina Faso capital after junta leader urges calm+++Ebola kills five in Uganda, 19 other deaths likely connected, president says+++Impact of South Africa's blackouts on migrant businesses+++Sports

AfricaLink on Air — 29 September 2022

Zimbabwe writer Tsitsi Dangarembga found guilty +++ Africans win "Alternative Nobel" +++ Saving food waste in Kenya +++ Rwanda: Children of local and foreign parents who end up on the street +++ Starmakers - Ikorudu Bois

AfricaLink on Air — 27 September 2022

Amnesty calls for Guinea sexual violence law ahead of 2009 massacre trial+++Kenyan lawyer in ICC case linked to new president found dead+++Somalia training women electricians+++World Rabies days: the situation in Kenya+++The far right comes to power in Italy

AfricaLink on Air - 26 September 2022

Kenya's Kipchoge breaks marathon world record in Berlin +++ Two Zimbabwe MPs mark 100 days in jail for inciting violence +++ Is Tanzania introducing military service? +++ Cameroon doctor makes cervical cancer screening accessible

The 77 Percent —What can be learnt from Queen's seven-decade rule?

Queen Elizabeth II's death has reignited the conversation about Britain's colonial past. Countless atrocities were committed under her watch and some believe the queen missed the opportunity to apologise while alive. And in Kenya, some of the mau mau fighters who faced atrocities from British soldiers under the queen's watch continue to demand justice.

AfricaLink on Air - 22 September 2022

The Cameroon government admits its troops killed civilians. +++ 77th UNGA, a summary of African leaders' pitches+++Is there a media clampdown in Malawi?+++Is there media clampdown in Malawi?+++ Starmakers - Mejja Genge

AfricaLink on Air — 21 September 2022

African leaders gather in New York for the 77th Session of UNGA +++ Africa's argument for a permanent membership at the UNSC +++ Are Kenyans happy with President William Ruto? +++ Why are Ghana's indigenous people getting guns? +++ City models made from waste show a sustainable way forward

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