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- A world without waste in Africa.
- AfDB Malabo meeting urges regional integration.
- Kenyatta enjoys Ramadan.
- SUDAN--THE BATTLE FOR THE SOUL Of AFRICA.
- Teens escape dangerous London for safer Kenya.
- Winning the war against Aids.
- Evolution of African democracy.
- Kenya upholds ban on gay sex.
- Why cultural change is so difficult.
- Afreximbank, Tadesse scoop top African Banker awards.
- "Have you seen District 9?".
- "Soccerex is here to stay in Africa": Duncan Revie, Soccerex's founder and CEO, the son of the late England and leeds united manager Don Revie, gives his thoughts on the organisation and its growing role in African football.
- "To save the planet, we need to play by new rules": as the special envoy appointed by the French president for the protection of the planet, Nicolas Hulot, the renowned nature documentary maker, is determined to make COP21 a success.
- 'A man with whom it is difficult to quarrel' (The neem tree).
- 'Better days lie ahead', says Tsvangirai.
- 'Dr Death' walks free.
- 'Hayatou does not look like a prince but more like a king': African football has been plunged into further difficulty, following the CAF congress in Morocco, where Issa Hayatou secured, unopposed, another four-year term as its president--his seventh in a row--reports our Associate Editor, Osasu Obayiuwana, who was there.
- 'I want to see a new Sierra Leone'.
- 'It is great to be an African'.
- 'My jet is bigger than yours': Nigeria never ceases to amaze. While the country struggles to supply four hours of constant electricity a day, the rich are gorging themselves on private jets. "My jet is bigger than your jet" appears to be the new craze, while the extravagance of those in government knows no bounds. Femi Akomolafe reports.