Lake Tanganyika hit by climate change
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Lake Tanganyika hit by climate change and over-fishing

Millions of people rely on Lake Tanganyika for their livelihoods. But the second largest lake in Africa is in crisis.

It is suffering from the effects of climate change, over-fishing and deforestation and has been nominated by the Global Nature Fund as the "most threatened lake of the year". The BBC's Sammy Awami has more for Africa Business Report.

  • 16 Jun 2017
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