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Africa Calling is a twice-monthly podcast taking a more in-depth look at current events in Africa, with sound-rich feature reports covered by our correspondents in the field. African voices, African correspondents.

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Africa Calling is a twice-monthly podcast taking a more in-depth look at current events in Africa, with sound-rich feature reports covered by our correspondents in the field. African voices, African correspondents.

    S2,EP 18: Nigeria's fuel hikes, Nairobi tackles rabies, & Sudan fishermen affected by climate change

    S2,EP 18: Nigeria's fuel hikes, Nairobi tackles rabies, & Sudan fishermen affected by climate change

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent with our African correspondents. In Nigeria, an unstable power supply and fuel hikes due to the Ukraine war has businesses struggling to cope; Nairobi is tackling rabies by ensuring dogs are vaccinated, and in Sudan, fishermen on the Nile say dams and climate change have changed their profession dramatically.

    • 28 min
    S2,EP 17: Zimbabwe's crystal meth problem, Cameroon's drum artisans & Benin rejoices return of looted art

    S2,EP 17: Zimbabwe's crystal meth problem, Cameroon's drum artisans & Benin rejoices return of looted art

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent with our African correspondents. In Zimbabwe, drug abuse, and using crystal meth in particular, has taken hold among the youth of Masvingo; drum-making artisans are trying to preserve their craft in Cameroon, and Benin is celebrating with theater and an exhibition as France returns royal treasures after more than a century.

    • 31 min
    S2,EP16: Kenya's waste-pickers, Cameroon's rising prices, and Uganda's antibiotic problem

    S2,EP16: Kenya's waste-pickers, Cameroon's rising prices, and Uganda's antibiotic problem

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent with our African correspondents. In Kenya, waste-pickers in Nairobi are worried about their livelihoods as politicians discuss a new dump site; Ugandan consumers are misusing antibiotics, which has had a knock-on effect for the country and beyond; and in Bamenda, Cameroon, consumers are having a hard time making ends meet as a result of the anglophone crisis, Covid-19 and the Ukraine war.

    • 27 min
    S2,EP 15: Kenya's recycled eco pencils; taking a tour of Lagos slavery museum

    S2,EP 15: Kenya's recycled eco pencils; taking a tour of Lagos slavery museum

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent with our African correspondents. In Kenya, one company produces eco-friendly pencils for students; and in Nigeria, a slavery museum educates visitors about the horrors of the slave trade.

    • 14 min
    S2, EP14: South Africa's comics try to bounce back; breaking stereotypes in Gambia; Malawi's farmers deal with climate crisis

    S2, EP14: South Africa's comics try to bounce back; breaking stereotypes in Gambia; Malawi's farmers deal with climate crisis

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent with our African correspondents. In South Africa, as comedy clubs reopen comedians are juggling between their live audience and their online one; from Gambia, young women are training to install solar panels to help other women; and in Malawi, farmers are trying to deal with the climate crisis by diversifying crops.

    • 26 min
    S2, EP13: Cyclone aftermath in Malawi; antimicrobial crop resistance in Kenya; Nigerian artist leaves city for tranquility

    S2, EP13: Cyclone aftermath in Malawi; antimicrobial crop resistance in Kenya; Nigerian artist leaves city for tranquility

    This week, Africa Calling podcast brings you audio-rich stories and voices from the African continent, with our African correspondents. In Malawi, those affected by Cyclone Ana are struggling to get back on their feet; from Kenya, farmers are combatting antimicrobial resistance in crops; and in Nigeria, an artist leaves the hustle and bustle of Lagos for more tranquil inspiration in an historical town.

    • 34 min

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