In Depth

Thu,18Oct2018

In Depth

Will Black Panther change media representations of Africa?

The Marvel comic blockbuster film is raking in money and tells the story of a technologically superior and wealthy African society that grapples with its responsibility to oppressed populations across the world

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Is Kenya's property bubble about to burst?

19567.HRAfter seemingly unstoppable growth, Kenya’s real-estate sector is showing signs of oversaturation, while affordable housing remains in woefully short supply

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South Africa's growing chorus for land reform

20180306sa2Black South Africans are tired of waiting to get their land back. In 1994, hopes soared that the government would start to return land to the landless. The lack of action has fuelled demands for a more radical approach that the new ANC leadership cannot ignore

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Lola Kassim: "We don’t sell rider details"

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Uber has made moves to grab a big market share in Ghana and Nigeria, but faces challenges from local operators and their host governments

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Can African leaders adopt a stronger voice on global issues?

The decisions on ‘global’ problems are still being made by an exclusive club of developed nations often serving their own interests. As the African Union strikes out for financial independence and self-determination, we asked:

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Libya's eastern strongman: the Don Quixote of Africa

 
 

COME SITTLER/SIPAFrom his fiefdom in Benghazi the commander of the Libyan National Army is gearing up to follow other strongmen in the region by turning his military successes into political power as  he calls for elections to be held soon

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