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4 Outubro 2021
África
África subsariana
África do Sul

(Foto simbólica). Foto: AFP/Getty Images/O. Andersen

PR da África do Sul considera elevada a taxa de desemprego das mulheres negras no país e diz que está "acima da média" nacional. Cyril Ramaphosa admite que a promoção da iguadalde de género não tem avançado na economia.

Bonile Bam
24 Agosto 2021
África subsariana
África do Sul

Da esquerda, fazendeiros comunitários e ativistas de Sibanye Eco-Gang Luthando Magavu e Nombulelo Sineke no cultivo comunal de vegetais que eles ajudaram a criar em terras não-utilizadas  em uma escola primária em KwaZakhele / Bonile Bam 

Foto: Don Bayley
19 Agosto 2021
África
África subsariana
África do Sul

Foto: Don Bayley

Proprietários de terras na África do Sul estão a ser recompensados com menos impostos se criarem uma reserva natural. Uma ONG está a aconselhá-los no processo - e o seu projeto já ajudou a proteger 500.000 hectares de terra.

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