EMERGENCIA- 18 VOICES… Nawal El Saadawi 

Nawal El Saadawi, , människorättsaktivist, författare, läkare…en av mina favoriter, som skrivit så många romaner. Om Egypten, kvinnor, fängelse… / Nawal El Saadawi, human right activist, author, doktor…  one of my favorites, who has written so many books. Egypt, women, prison… I denna bok, Emergencia, skriver hon en text ‘En hyllning till mina afrikanska rötter’. Hon … More EMERGENCIA- 18 VOICES… Nawal El Saadawi 

 KIWI IN LIMHAMN. YEAR AFTER YEAR…

Two plants. One male, one female, embracing,  growing together. June.  Buds, flowers, bumblebees. Lovely music just outside our door. October – november. Small velvety kiwifruits. …hundreds…Pick them down just before freezing point December – January.  We keep them inside… slowly… three, four per day…ripe, sweet…for breakfast February. The last few ones…a little wrinkled…still tasty, fresh…kiwi! … More  KIWI IN LIMHAMN. YEAR AFTER YEAR…

Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania: Development’s new kids on the block

​”Feed the future.” ..ja vi har ju sett kineser, araber och indier och deras investeringar i Tanzania de senaste åren. Ska det bidra till mat för alla människor i framtiden? Eller handlar det, som vanligt, om att plundra och roffa? Roligt att läsa vad den tanzanske bonden i Arusha sa om konstbevattningen. .. /”Feed the … More Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania: Development’s new kids on the block

Are China and Brazil transforming African agriculture?

Originally posted on FurtherAfrica.com:
China and Brazil are set to increase their influence in Africa, with the recently launched New Development Bank opening offices in Johannesburg this month and preparing to issue its first loans in April. New research on China and Brazil in African Agriculture published in acclaimed journal, World Development, reveals that…

‘Chinese-built railways in Africa’

​Det händer mycket…/ Much is happening now. .. I must forward this! 2016 30/10,  FURTHER AFRICA: –  The Chinese-built railway linking the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa and the port of Djibouti, which will be Africa’s first modern electrified railway, was inaugurated in Addis Ababa Wednesday. The 752.7 km railway, with a designed speed of 120 … More ‘Chinese-built railways in Africa’