How an Iceberg Can Solve Cape Town’s Water Crises

While Cape Town avoided being nearly without water, it is important to understand that the water crises it is facing is not over yet. There are several water restrictions that have been put on the residents of Cape Town, and these restrictions are so draconian that they are limiting the water to fifty liters per person, per day. However, things can get worse if the winter rains are not enough to refill the reservoirs, and Cape Town will be on the brink of suffering from another water-less year next year.

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Why Conflicts Do Not Happen Because of The Climate Change in Africa

If you like to stay up to date with everything that is happening in the world, then you might have seen people blaming conflicts for something bad happening in a country. For instance, you might see news outlets reporting that the conflicts Nigeria are because of the climate change. However, according to the research, the conflicts happen because of determinants rather than climate change.

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The Ever Evolving Ethnicities in Africa

The politics in East Africa are constantly being shaped because of ethnicity; and the change is rather predictable, as well as unexpected at the same time. According to George Gathigi, the question about ethnicity is something that arises in nearly every conversation. A podcast named Evolving Ethnicities talks about Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, as well as South Sudan.

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