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| Lynsey Chutel

How DR Congo lost control of the fabric of its culture and economy

Lubumbashi, DR Congo Positioning a stand at the entrance to one of Lubumbashi’s largest breweries is part entrepreneurial savvy, part defiance by Mwehu Kashala. Each day he sells mobile phone airtime vouchers under a large…

| Lily Kuo

South Sudan’s youth cope with war by partying in the day time

  Juba, South Sudan On Sunday afternoons after church, Wokil Makuei, 21, usually heads to the club. Fueled by soda and dancehall beats, he and his friends will party for the next several hours, grinding…

| Lily Kuo

There’s at least one place in Africa where China’s “win win” diplomacy is failing

Juba, South Sudan The rice giving ceremony is more than an hour late. Zhang Yi, China’s economic attaché in South Sudan, sits in the mid-morning heat in a full suit, occasionally checking his phone, a…

| Molly O’Toole

Micro-extortion by gangs is costing El Salvador $4 billion a year, $10 at a time

Micro-extortion by gangs is costing El Salvador $4 billion a year, $10 at a time SAN SALVADOR – At , Katie had already been working for hours, clapping dough between her hands with clouds of…

| Lily Kuo

One of Africa’s Great Lakes is at risk of a massive gas explosion

In 1986, fishermen and villagers in northwest Cameroon experienced one of the world’s strangest natural disasters. Lake Nyos, a crater lake near a chain of volcanoes, exploded. A massive cloud of carbon dioxide released into…

| Lynsey Chutel

DR Congo’s dead opposition leader is such a threat, the government won’t let him be buried

Lubumbashi, DR Congo Etienne Tshisekedi’s corpse has languished in a Brussels morgue for months now, his beloved Congo now permanently beyond his reach. Tshisekedi, arguably the Democratic Republic of Congo’s most tenacious opposition leader, died…

| Lily Kuo

To stop relying on Western hand-me downs, African countries are importing Chinese textile companies

  Kigali, Rwanda Every day the workers at C&H Garment Factory are required to learn a few words of Chinese. Today’s lesson, written on a whiteboard at the back of a humming factory floor, is…

| Lily Kuo

Rwanda is a landlocked country with few natural resources. So why is China investing so heavily in it?

Kigali, Rwanda It’s hard not to see China’s footprint wherever one goes in Rwanda. Chinese engineers have designed and built the country’s tallest building, Kigali City Tower, a gleaming 20-story glass skyscraper; the building that…

| Lily Kuo

China is on a mission to modernize African farming—and find new markets for its own companies

Huye District, Rwanda Inside a gated white complex set back on a hill in southern Rwanda, a team of Chinese agronomists tends to 22 hectares (54 acres) of rice paddies, trenches of mushrooms, and rows…