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The Malawians braving climate shocks and red tape to make banana wine

Karonga, Malawi – Regina Mukandawire has been growing bananas on her small farm in the Karonga district in northern Malawi for more than 16 years.

27/02/2024

AI takes centre stage as Web Summit kicks off in Qatar

Held in the Middle East for the first time, the technology conference aims to connect entrepreneurs with investors.

27/02/2024

New Zealand moves to abolish Maori health authority despite protests

Centre-right government says health agency set up to improve access for Maori people will be abolished by end of June.

27/02/2024

Farmers’ protests in Europe and the deadend of neoliberalism

On February 26, the World Trade Organization (WTO) will hold its 13th ministerial conference in Abu Dhabi. While few would make the connection between the proceedings at that summit and the plight of impoverished farmers across the world, there is…

25/02/2024

How Kagiso Lediga became the most sought-after filmmaker in South Africa

The South African, now the go-to filmmaker for global brands seeking African stories, tells Al Jazeera his own story.

24/02/2024

The latest industry upset with the use of AI: Fashion

It wants regulation to protect models so brands, agencies don't use AI to create digital replicas without consent.

23/02/2024

How RSS textbooks are reshaping Indian history and science under Modi

Chain of schools run by BJP's far-right ideological mentor served as a laboratory for government changes to syllabuses.

19/02/2024

Germany returns remains of Indigenous people to New Zealand

Remains of 95 Maori and Moriori people, including six mummified tattooed heads, were returned by German institutions.

14/06/2023

Greek NGO leads ‘crazy’ bid to rid Mediterranean of plastic waste

A fifth-generation fisherman finds an innovative way to remove and recycle plastic waste from the Mediterranean Sea.

05/06/2023

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