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Burundian Civil Society Fights Back But Will it be Enough?
Media, opposition and civil society groups have been pushing back against government attempts to constrict political space, but as elections approach the fight will only get harder.
"I'm Missing My Place in the World": An Interview with Aziza Brahim
The Western Saharan singer reflects on a life away from home, the struggle for self-determination and her musical influences.
Freetown: Life in the Time of Ebola
Although most residents of Sierra Leone's capital have yet to witness Ebola firsthand, the outbreak has nevertheless affected virtually all aspects of daily life.
It's Not Too Late For Lesotho to Get Back on Track
Lesotho's politicians have shown themselves to be capable of governing for the common good in the past. A return to this spirit is crucial now to avoid tragedy.
Who Are You Calling Corrupt? Good Governance Begins at Home
Is claiming to be a leader in international development whilst presiding over structures that facilitate the loss of billions from Africa not a form of corruption itself?
Miners Shot Down: Blood on Whose Hands?
Two years after 34 miners were killed by police at Marikana, a new documentary suggests responsibility goes to very top of the ANC.
"This Disease is No Longer a Death Sentence": Combating Cervical Cancer in Kenya
A potential breakthrough has been made in the treatment of cervical cancer, but it is issues of accessibility, affordability and education that remain key.
African Endeavours in Chungking Mansions: Portrait of a Hong Kong Hub
Becoming a success in Hong Kong isn't easy, but for many African traders the potential to earn big makes it more than worth the effort.
IGAD’s Missed Opportunity for Action on South Sudan
As people continue to suffer, the latest regional summit ended in little more than repeated promises.
Africa Rising: "In Economics, the Majority is Always Wrong"
Stories of Africa's economic boom rest on shaky foundations. John Kenneth Galbraith can help.
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