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South Africa: Sexwale, the Apprentice

From freedom fighter to provincial premier to business mogul – Tokyo Sexwale is back ?at political centre-stage and may be a frontrunner for South Africa’s presidency

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Hannibal: The deals that smell too sweet

Plea-bargains do not compensate the victims of corporate crimes 

 

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South Sudan: In from the cold and out again

The ruling SPLM party will not go into April’s national and regional elections as a united front, having created new political enemies through its candidate selection process

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Oiling the East African Community

altOil will soon be gushing from wells across East Africa. Uganda has found it, and Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania are looking hard. It is sink or swim for the region's common market, argues Ugandan journalist Ibrahim Kasita    

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Uganda: Striking it rich

Indigenous communities want to be consulted about contracts being kept under wraps while Kampala aims for maximum revenue from oil production at Lake Albert

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 11:52

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Morocco: In search of even greener pastures

Agriculture and agribusiness already play a large role in the country’s GDP and employment, but a new plan could make the industry into one of Morocco’s most dynamic sectors

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 14:58

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Eastern DRC: New battle lines emerge

Last year’s agreement between Presidents Kagame and Kabila dampened some of the conflicts in eastern DRC, but the return of refugees is sparking fresh battles over land

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 12:48

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