During a People’s Health Tribunal, environmental, health, and human rights activists deplored extractive corporations in Africa for exploiting natural resources and for sowing poverty and disease. Peoples Health Dispatch reports.
Mozambique's civil war has seen 24 countries send in troops to protect the resource-rich north. But while insurgents have been beaten back and gas fields secured, the local population faces a humanitarian disaster. African Stream takes a look at Africa's forgotten war.
Why did Rwanda intervene in Mozambique in July 2021 to defend, essentially, two major energy companies? The answer lies in a very peculiar set of events that took place in the months before the troops left Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda.