A tiny creature is proving effective in chasing away earth’s biggest mammal – fences strung with beehives in Kenya form a barrier that African elephants are scared to cross, keeping them out of croplands.
In areas with high HIV prevalence and men more recalcitrant in their own condom department, the Femidom is becoming highly desirable. In fact, in Africa the female condom’s “squeak” has become a novelty, writes Bridget Hilton-Barber.
Camel farming could be an option for some 20-million to 35-million people living on semi-arid land in Africa, who will soon be unable to grow crops because of climate change, says the co-author of a new study.
Nigeria‘s Lagos State government is calling on potential partners from the private sector to join it in building a number of major capital tourism-centred projects, among them Africa’s largest conference centre.