Why is the African continent poor? – BBC Africa

By Mark Doyle
BBC world affairs correspondent

The desolate, dusty town of Pibor on South Sudan’s border with Ethiopia has no running water, no electricity and little but mud huts for the population to live in.

You would be hard put to find a poorer place anywhere on earth.

I went there as part of a journey across Africa to ask the question “Why is Africa poor?” for a BBC radio documentary series…continue reading…

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