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- Rejoinder to J'accuse.
- Alan Paton's real sympathies.
- Acknowledging Gopaldas' contribution.
- Tackle root cause of corruption.
- Ghana's skeleton athlete brands clothing.
- Benin and Seychelles: Africa's open visas.
- Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100.
- Netflix goes African.
- Addis Ababa trumps Dubai as Africa gateway.
- Nigeria's clone President.
- Licence to colonise.
- Arise monsieur Ouattara! The forced departure of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, with the help of French and United Nations troops, has once again raised the debate on the role of outside forces, particularly those with a colonial past, in Africa's political landscape. So, is foreign intervention in Cote d'Ivoire good or bad? Here is a sample of the reactions to Gbagbo's humiliating fall.
- Holding on to African values: Africans have a lot to teach the West, if only we can find the confidence to stand by what were once common African values. Prime Minister David Cameron has a lot to learn from informed Africans, if he wants a genuine 'Big Society' in Britain, writes Awula Serwah.
- Pan-African Parliament: one Africa, one voice.
- Africa emerges as a leading career destination.
- Gambians await a new vision: with presidential elections knocking hard on the door, President Yahya Jammeh has a mammoth task to garner the electorate's support for the radical changes his government wants implemented in its vision to turn The Gambia into a middle-income country by 2020. Desmond Davies looks at where the country finds itself today, both on the political and economic fronts.
- The Hairdresser of Harare.
- The United Nations vs Mbeki.
- A great initiative for African women: Patricia Lee-Sang writes about a new initiative to empower African women, founded in Britain by the broadcaster, cultural critic and gender rights advocate, Mariella Frostrup.
- 'New technologies are only a tool. Innovation will not come from there.'.