Sudanese farmers voice their take on coup


Our reporters take us to the breadbasket of Khartoum, to hear what Sudanese farmers think about the coup and the protest movement shaking the country.

Entrepreneurs in the Central African Republic are looking for ways to increase cassava production. The root vegetable is a staple in the country but supplies have been dwindling since the pandemic.

And let’s look at the human cost of the new Abidjan metro. Although improved infrastructure is on the horizon, uprooted residents say they have nowhere to go.


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