What could happen come August 8? CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis discusses the results of a national opinion poll with research analyst Dr Tom Wolf, to try and determine which way the election could swing.
“#Live：Our team is in the Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa ahead of the #SGRLaunch tomorrow. But before that, they will be talking to Esther Wanjiku Wanjiru, Site Supervisor, at the Mombasa Terminus. She will be […]
#LIVE：CGTN Africa has obtained exclusive access to the new Nairobi train terminus, to show you what it looks like. The Kenyan SGR was launched on May 31st. It has been labelled as the country’s biggest […]
A clip of another of the many interviews conducted at ADEX CHINA 2016…
ADEX CHINA 2016 is one of Asia’s biggest dive shows. Oliver Jarvis was there in 2016 to interview some of its most prestigious guests…
A look back at ADEX 2016, our most successful event to date (50,000+ visitors). It was great fun catching up with all the fantastic speakers:
The world’s rarest marine mammal has found itself becoming rarer and rarer each year. Now, according to a report presented this month to Mexico’s Minister of the Environment and Natural Resources and the Governor of Baja California, only 60 vaquitas remain in the Gulf of California – representing a decline of more than 92 percent since 1997.
“If you love a flower that lives on a star, it is sweet to look at the sky at night. All the stars are a-bloom with flowers . . .”
– The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The discovery of life on another planet would light up space in a way for exploration that few could ever truly imagine. Just imagine: a night’s sky with all the stars and planets alight – in this too-big, too-vast universe – hosting some form of life. And each of those forms of life developing on their own terms, perhaps unaware of the myriad other forms of life that surround them. It’s a discovery that would revolutionise late-night dates lying on car bonnets, improve remote camping trips around tiny fires, and change science as we once knew it.