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"Africa is rebounding" says Kaberuka

Sub-Saharan African economies have grown at healthy rates over the past year, despite the dire warnings announced by analysts when the global economic crisis first broke in the US in 2008. Donald Kaberuka, the AfDB President is not surprised

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 May 2012 14:13

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Scientist Monty Jones on why Africa should not rule out GM

Recipient of the World Food Prize in 2004 for his success in creating the New Rice for Africa (NERICA), Sierra Leonean scientist Monty Jones spoke to The Africa Report about the role of science in agricultural development.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 August 2010 15:33

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"I felt that black did not define me, Africa did"

Zina Saro-WiwaFilm-maker and journalist Zina Saro-Wiwa on her activism, her Nigerianness and the future of African cinema 

Last Updated on Monday, 30 April 2012 17:50

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Eric Wainaina sets Nairobi on “Faya”

Eric Wainaina and his Mo Faya co-star Valerie KimaniKenyan musician Eric Wainaina wants his musical to be on Broadway within two years. In an exclusive online interview, Clar Ni Chonghaile asks him if he might swap music for politics  

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Chris Gabriel, CEO Zain Africa

Chris Gabriel CEO ZainONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Interviewed by The Africa Report in November 2009, Chris Gabriel said the focus is switiching from acquisition to retention for African telecom operators. 

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Last Word: Caught in the Act

Kenyan poet, writer and activist Shailja Patel imagines a Kampala courtoom in September 2010 where 10 defendants are in the dock for conspiracy to engage in homosexuality.  

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