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The Question

Who’s in charge on Aso Rock?

Yar'Adua. Photo: AFPPresident Yar'Adua's surprise return to Nigeria on Wednesday has left the country none the wiser about his state of health, says Nicholas Norbrook in Abuja. 

 

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Has a year of power sharing been a success in Zimbabwe?

A year after Zimbabwe's power sharing took effect with the swearing in of the Movement for Democratic Change's Morgan Tsvangirai as prime minister on 11 February 2009, we ask whether the last 12 months have been a success.                                       

Read our two pieces from Knox Chitiyo and Elinor Sisulu. Then have your say below.

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Where's the money in mobile money?

Phone companies, banks and independent businesses are rushing into the mobile money market, but without user-friendly systems, the race to the top may lead to casualties

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 15:14

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How do you get a loan if nobody knows your name?

Getting off the ground

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South Africa: What is left?

?President Jacob Zuma brings radicals into his big tent

 

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Who's afraid of the rainbow populists?


Among the political careers that have most quickly taken to the skies during Jacob Zuma’s presidency have been two in particular, both equally compelling but in very different ways.?

 

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Pre-emption or hysteria in Nigeria? *Online Exclusive*

The circumstances surrounding the death of Boko Haram sect leader Mohammed Yusuf in Northern Nigeria are highly suspect, says human rights expert Akinola Akintayo    Army crackdown on Boko Haram sect leaders in Northern Nigeria. Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP

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