A look into life in the field in Morocco. From high up in the Atlas Mountains to the busy streets of Marrakech, explore a culture unlike any other:
Kenya’s Plastic Ban: Dandora Dumpsite
CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis went live from Dandora Dumpsite, Nairobi to show the extent of the damage that plastic has on our environment.
#KenyaDecides: What the May Ipsos Opinion Polls tell us about the Kenya Election (PROMO)
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.
Current economic conditions and how that might affect Kenyans
Lead researcher Dr Tom Wolf tells CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis that even though the polls show Kenyans to be unhappy with the current state of the country, it doesn’t mean that they will put confidence in a different leadership.
Punishment Island: Where pregnant Ugandan girls were left to die
Up until the early 20th century, for an unmarried girl who fell pregnant in a sleep-town near Lake Bunyonyi, the thought of Punishment Island would have held her mind to sleepless nights. A tiny overgrown island with […]
Obesity: Africa’s new crisis?
Everything is getting faster. Trains have sped up, internet connection’s quicker and change is happening at a pace difficult to keep up with. Among this hastening world, food has also become “faster”. High-in fat fast […]
Ocean Planet: Images of Iconic Locations
Released in January 2017, Scuba Diver brought you the most inspiring images from some of the industry’s greatest photographers. With a foreword by Paul Nicklen, stories behind the most incredible underwater shots, and photography tips and […]
In an Ocean Far, Far Away: Icy Moon Europa’s Ocean Could Host Life
“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.