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3 days ago
AU chair race ‘a mess’
AU chair race ‘a mess’

SA’s failure to back Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma for a second term reflects poorly on what the country thinks of the AU, writes Peter Fabricius.

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17 days ago
Accord signing offers openings
Accord signing offers openings

SADC countries could be in the pound seats if they use these opportunities judiciously, writes Peter Fabricius.

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22 days ago
Surge in attacks on albinos
Surge in attacks on albinos

Malawi’s victims talk.

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23 days ago
Prosecution a victory for African justice
Prosecution a victory for African justice

African trial of Chadian dictator Habré is a landmark against impunity, writes Paul Jackson.

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24 days ago
Power behind Africa's autocrats
Power behind Africa's autocrats

Donors continue doling out aid as Western governments see them as allies in the fight against terrorism and thus indulge their democratic deficiencies.

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28 days ago
Liberate Africa’s last colony
Liberate Africa’s last colony

There is an urgent need for tangible action by African nations to free the Western Sahara from Morocco.

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32 days ago
Questions now for Magufuli style
Questions now for Magufuli style

After his promising start, the Tanzanian leader is being compared to dictator neighbours, writes Peter Fabricius.

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35 days ago
Is Katumbi the DRC’s hope?
Is Katumbi the DRC’s hope?

One of President Kabila's former allies is contesting political power in a nation in dire need of development.

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45 days ago
Now vital to crush jihadists in Libya
Now vital to crush jihadists in Libya

The West failed to finish the job in 2011; now it must deal with the problem as soon as possible, writes Peter Fabricius.

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46 days ago
Child soldiers in CAR have been through hell
Child soldiers in CAR have been through hell

They have seen or done things that no human being should ever have to witness.

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46 days ago
Countries divided on ivory trade
Countries divided on ivory trade

Anti-poaching funds needed.

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52 days ago
A return to the old?
A return to the old?

With the issuing of “bond notes”, the Reserve Bank says it is not reintroducing the Zim dollar, writes Peter Fabricius.

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58 days ago
African press: not yet uhuru
African press: not yet uhuru

Media freedom has come a long way in Africa, but it’s still precarious, says Tawana Kupe.

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59 days ago
Blessing or curse
Blessing or curse

The cost of servicing Mozambique's debt is breathtaking, writes Peter Fabricius.

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28 Apr '16, 07:51am
Burundi pins its hope on ICC
Burundi pins its hope on ICC

After the AU failure to act in terms of its Constitutive Act and rejection of the deployment of peacekeepers, court could ...