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- The Racket: A Rogue Reporter vs The American Elite.
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- Last king of Rwanda dies.
- Myopia can be a disease!(BAFFOUR'S BEEFS)
- Business' responsibility.
- Spring of discontent.
- Africa's giant goes global.
- Chagos is my home!(Countryfile: DIEGO GARCIA) (Chagos Archipelago) (Essay)
- Nigeria opens a new mining chapter.
- "Have you seen District 9?".
- "The conservatives would never have done that".
- "Youth: the continent's greatest natural resource".
- 'All men were brothers in Christ but not in South African churches'.
- 'Don't be a dictator in the wrong continent at the wrong time': as Charles Taylor's trial ends, does the real test for international justice now begin? Asks Colin Waugh, author of the new book, Charles Taylor and Liberia.
- 'Growth cannot come without a democratic process'.
- 'I will confess before God...'.
- 'Mandela was exactly what the doctor ordered': mushkat parker reminisces on the man south africans simply, yet fondly, called 'tata'. his power of forgiveness will be hard to emulate. but where did he stand on south africa's foreign and domestic policy? how will his staunch HIV/aids campaign be moved forward?
- 'Now more than ever, Africa needs modern energy'.
- 'Revolutionising agriculture': agriculture is a new priority for President Jonathan's administration, and his minister Dr Akinwumi Adesina has introduced numerous innovations to boost the sector. He spoke to New African about his vision.