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Africafiles: The Pulse

Tanzanian gold mining: The devil in the detail

February 9, 2011
| In May 2009, toxic waste from a gold mine located in North Mara, Tanzania, spilled into River Thigithe. This was the beginning of a long line of human rights abuses by African Barrick.
Length: 14:25
Africafiles: The Pulse

Presidential elections in Africa: Is democracy really the answer?

November 19, 2010
| Discussing presidential elections outcomes in Cote d'Ivoire, Tanzania, Niger and Guinea.
Length: 17:35
Africafiles: The Pulse

Zimbabwe: What progress after two years of power-sharing?

October 19, 2010
| Questioning progress made after two years of power-sharing in Zimbabwe.
Length: 13:34
Africafiles: The Pulse

African women in online dating: Voices from Cameroon

August 17, 2010
| This episode of the African Pulse is dedicated to discussing African women's involvement in the global online dating phenomenon.
Length: 15:49
Africafiles: The Pulse

Episode #26: Special South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup Coverage

June 15, 2010
| There is excitement in Africa the World Cup is hosted on home soil. Most African teams have played their opening matches. Listen to reactions from local fans.
Length: 16:21
Africafiles: The Pulse

Cameroon/Nigeria: The Social Side of the Bakassi Peninsula Crisis - Part II

April 14, 2010
| The resolution of the Cameroon-Nigeria sovereignty dispute over oil-rich Bakassi Peninsula has been described by the UN as "a diplomatic success". Exactly how successful was it?
Length: 15:46
Africafiles: The Pulse

Equal rights, equal opportunities: Progress for all - International Women's Day in Africa

March 18, 2010
| African women have been celebrating the International Women's Day since 1911. But what does the day really mean to them? What have they benefited from it?
Length: 10:15
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