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Leadership Renewal in Moza
Mozambican Defence Minister, Filipe Nyussi, will be the ruling Frelimo party’s presidential candidate in the October election, after beating four rivals - who like him - are all from a different generation of previous leaders. The fir...
Julius Nyerere: Africa’s unsung hero
President Robert Mugabe is a colossus, the last of Africa’s revolutionary liberators, but he has his giants, too. One of them is Tanzania’s founding leader Julius Mwalimu Nyerere, who provided support and bases for...
The Dark Side of Mining: Foreign mining corporations aiding environmental destruction
Most mining communities in the Southern African region and the African continent at large are characterised by poor environmental and social conditions, according to research. A number of African countries depend on extracting ...
The Bitter Reality: …As climate change takes its toll
The floods that have hit a number of countries in the region in the current rainy season have once again brought to the fore the need for countries to take drastic measures to alleviate the effects of climate change and danger to h...
South Africa charms for Inga Project
• Philip Shingirai A recent charm offensive by President Jacob Zuma to his Democratic Republic of Congo counterpart, Joseph Kabila, could finally see the birth of the great Inga hydropower project. A closer look ...
Getting Priorities Right: SADC giving impetus to regional development
The year 2014 will see infrastructure development and elections in southern Africa as well as efforts to address the long-standing goals for the target year of 2015, including gender equality targets. The Southern African Devel...
How Africa is scrambling for Africa
Some 130 years after the Berlin Conference, which triggered off the scramble for Africa, a new scramble has begun - this time by African leaders intent on breaking down colonial-era boundaries and re-assembling the continent around...
SADC 2014: The hope, the fear
After a tumultuous year in 2013, the SADC region interfaces a hopeful year. And luckily, the hope may yet dwarf fears that have beset previous years. Elections in Madagascar, which ended nearly half of a decade of strife fo...
Will African Standby Force be a reality?
Is Harare Really the Worst City on Earth?
SACU: The Inconvenient Institution?
Bots household debt put banks at risk
COMESA Urged to Maximise Mining Revenue Collection
ZCCM seeks fair price for Collum
Arts & Culture
Creating beautiful SKIN
CHAN 2014 – An Explosion of African Talent
Travel & Tourism
Malawi - the warm heart of Africa
Zim ranks among best in African safaris
Township Tourism: Zim concept fails to catch on
The footballer trapped in 'The House of the Beautiful Sleeping Athlete'
All Africa Games 2015 - Coming of Age or Same Old Style?
End of Era for Proteas Captain
African teams at 2014 WC: Who will crash out first?
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Elephant poaching on the rise
Step closer to Kazungula Bridge
COSATU chides ANC over poverty
180 years after slavery, UK must pay
The US Project: A Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine
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