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Anansi: The outrage of political things

Anansi transposes an unusual US political saga into Africa and waits for a western media backlash, or not, before tackling South Africa's handling of ICC-indicted Omar al-Bashir, and finally the US redux.

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Rwanda's politics by other means

5,000 peacekeepers drawn from a population of 12 million are engaged in multilateral missions. Photo©Sylvain Cherkaoui for JARwanda's transformation from a crucible of genocide into a regional peacekeeper has been an effective diplomatic anchor in a sea of troubled relationships.

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Four living US presidents to attend Mandela funeral

Thousands of people from across them globe continued to arrive in South Africa and congregated at various places, as the world continues to mourn that country's first black president, Nelson Mandela, who died last Thursday. Photo©ReutersThousands of people from across them globe continued to arrive in South Africa and congregated at various places, as the world continues to mourn that country's first black president, Nelson Mandela, who died last Thursday.

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Letter - The Philanthrocrats: Setting the record straight

altPaul Skidmore, director of projects at the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative, responds to Ruby Edward's article, 'The Philanthrocrats' (TAR47 Feb 2013).

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The Philanthrocrats: Doing good at a price

As aid budgets fall, market-minded philanthropists from the West and Africa are moving in with a new agenda. The Africa Report investigates the increasingly blurred lines between business and charity.

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