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A Marshall plan for healthcare systems post-Ebola

Photo©ReutersBillions of dollars are required to save depleted healthcare systems in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, Ebola's most affected countries, as they lobby for funding for hospital infrastructure.

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Africa sees a boost in the number of women legislators

Kingsley Ighobor

Presidents Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Joyce BandaThe number of seats held by women in various parliaments around Africa is inching upwards.

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Springtime for soldiers

Patrick Smith

Photo©ReutersThe armed forces are back at the centre of politics. Be they serving professionals, retired generals, jihadists trained in the Sahel or crew-cut wearing South African mercenaries, the men – and a smattering of women – in khaki are calling the shots again.

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The Nigerians are coming

It was perhaps inevitable given its population mass, and its half-a-trillion dollar economy. The battle-hardened cadre of bankers created by Nigeria's decade of reform-collapse-reform is being picked for the top jobs.

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Guinea's Latest Dictatorship

President of Guinea, Alpha Condé. Photo©ReutersIf ever there was a time for the World Economic Forum on Africa (WEF) to show leadership, it is now.

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New Nigeria, New Ecowas

Nicholas Norbrook

Nigeria's President-elect, Muhammadu BuhariThere were a lot of presidents in the the presidential wing of Abuja airport on 23 March.

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