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- Buhari won the battle but lost the war.
- Kevin Hart buys amateur Nigerian artwork.
- Time to call out Trump.
- Second chance for Buhari to shine.
- Withstanding storms on all fronts.
- El Anatsui stuns with new London show.
- 'Just manage' does not cut it: 'Just manage it', a phrase which is heard with increasing frequency in Africa, merely exposes our deep-seated lack of self-esteem and how we short-change ourselves.
- Sweet harmony of columnists.
- Kenyan ride-sharing app expands.
- Mount Kenya burning.
- "Elections will be held on schedule".
- "Mugabe is not the problem".
- "There is hope for Africa".
- $500 million put into African hospitality.
- 'Apartheid did not die'.
- '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.
- 'God will hear our suffering': Cathy Majtenyi, back from the Nuba Mountains, tells how the protracted war in Sudan is about more than just religion.
- 'I have won many trophies in my time.
- 'In dreams begin responsibilities': Ola Sheyin reviews the past year and hopes that in 2005, Africa and its peoples will not waste their energies persuading the West that we are not as hopeless as they suggest, but rather concentrate our efforts on getting to where we need to be.
- 'Mummy, Daddy, I want to be a footballer!'.