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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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Mali: The fight for the north

Until recently, MUJAO fighters patrolled Gao where they were enforcing a harsh application of sharia law/Photo©ROMARIC OLLO HIEN/AFPMalian and West African troops prepare to retake rebel-held northern Mali in 2013. A military victory would only be the first step, as the country must elect a new government and rebuild the trust destroyed by the north-south divide.

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African Union: It's never too late to avoid war! - Dlamini Zuma

NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA Chair, African Union Commission/Photo©Vincent Fournier for JAThe new chair is taking a leading role in negotiating an intervention force for Mali. Expectations are high that she will reform the institution and push development projects, but she cannot do so without the approval of member states.

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Africa's sweet spot in global demand by 2020

Increased worldwide demand for African goods, better macroeconomic management and improved infrastructure suggest the continent will be growing rapidly in 2020.

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What to watch in 2013

The headline events in 2013 – political upsets in national elections, multibillion-dollar mineral and oil deals, new threats for US and African forces along the Sahelian belt – will concentrate the minds of policymakers and journalists.

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Africa's media wars: Ideals, deals and money behind the scoops

Journalists, politicians and business fight for control of Africa's information industry. Changes in new and old media alike are bringing the news to Africa's citizens in different formats, while publishers battle state secrecy laws and political pressure.

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South Africa's Eastern Cape, a thorn in Zuma's side

Voters in Eastern Cape are deeply divided: as many as 80% could vote for Motlanthe (right) in a run-off against Zuma (left)/GREG MARINOVICH/SOUTH PHOTOS/AFRICA MEDIA ONLINE/SIPA; ALEXANDER JOE/AFPVoters in Eastern Cape are deeply divided: as many as 80% could vote for Motlanthe (right) in a run-off against Zuma (left).

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