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- A tribute to Geoffrey Oryema (1953-2018): Ugandas extraordinary artist, whose music was deeply rooted in his traditional Acholi culture, has passed away, leaving an ominous emptiness in the fabric of African heritage.
- Is the media fuelling herder vs farmer clashes?
- Land reform: The World Bank finally sees the light.
- Photo of the month.
- Who was the real Franco?
- Housing microfinance: A new solution for the housing crisis.
- AI robot Sophia visits 'home' Ethiopia.
- Obama back on home soil.
- Zimbabwe looks to become tech hub.
- Mozambique discovers lost rainforest.
- Africa day in prague.
- Life in Ghana in the 50s (Part 3).
- Rawlings in trouble: Ghana's ex-president attacks new government and gets quizzed.
- The future is bright: though dominated by foreign companies, the oil and gas industry has become vital to African development.
- Tunisia relationship with the European Union: the fruits of strategic foresight.
- Uranium fantasies: did Saddam Hussein try to buy uranium from Africa? Hugues Leclercq, a Belgian economist, says "no, it's pure fantasy".
- Ghanaian inventor.
- The battle over apartheid reparations.
- African Union: so far, so good: the 2nd African Union Summit in Maputo, Mozambique (11-14 July), was a huge success. Slowly but surely, Africa is taking its destiny in its own hands, President Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal summmed it up: "We have achieved a lot over the past four years. What we have done, despite the difficulties and the external pressure, is close to miraculous." Omar Ben Yedder reports from Maputo.
- Chad: oil brings good tidings: landlocked Chad has been celebrating good times, becoming a first-time oil producer when production from oilfields in the Doba Basin in the south of the country began in July.