Nbr. 538, April - April 2014
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- Human rights through Chinese & African eyes.
- South Africa: the merchants of promises are back in town.
- 20 years on, still waiting for the ANC to deliver.
- South Africa after the elections: Udo W. Froese writes about the post-election situation in South Africa and says political alliances will take the stage ready to do battle in 2019.
- South Africa: the 'God help us' scenario.
- The African-Americans who worked for apartheid.
- Comrade Melanie, the Verwoerd who toyi-toyied.
- The man who nursed Mandela.
- South Africa: equality delayed: if a truly free, prosperous, democratic and equal South Africa is to be realised, the smaller parties in the country must have a say.
- Nigeria: celebrating the 'mistake of 1914'.
- Tracing the deeper roots of the Rwandan genocide ... how the Hamite Hypothesis played a role.
- Rwanda: a survivor's story.
- Malawi: will 'Cashgate' sink Joyce Banda?
- Where is Africa's big bold vision?
- African innovators gather: why we should care.
- One journalist's crusade to save Central African Republic.
- The article sent to the international media: Halting the Central African Republic's descent into hell.
- Are Charles Taylor's rights now being abused?
- What are human rights? Does the modern concept of human rights allow people to shoplift and get away with it? Sit back and be surprised.
- Why Akufo-Addo chose caution, not confrontation.
- East Africa becomes a petrol-dollar region.
- The Kenny Andam mission.
- Ethiopian athletes are flying ... they dominate the world stage.
- 'The feat of clay': ... The most significant bout in history!(SPORT: Boxing) (Cassius Marcellus Clay)
- Nigeria: saving the marriage.