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Archive August 2011

Fear and loathing in South Africa: The Malema phenomenon

Ah Julius Malema…everywhere else, the world is responding to the biggest crisis of capitalism since 1929 and the threat posed to democracy by the markets. NATO is overthrowing Gaddafi in the latest of the ebbs and flows of the Arab Spring; the indignant of Spain and Greece are rising up against austerity programmes; and global dominance is seeping away from a debt-ridden US.

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The irresistible rise of East African women

One day in London, a talent scout for a modelling agency spotted a striking 18-year-old young African woman at a street fair.

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The end of Gaddafi

Aug31

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Kenya: Samsung unveils world’s first solar powered laptop

Kenyan markets is among the pioneer selected to enjoy the benefits of the world’s first solar powered laptop.

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Burkina Faso: Justice campaigners welcome police convictions for fatal beating

The conviction of three policemen for the February death of high school student Justin Zongo should be another building block in the struggle against impunity in Burkina Faso, say student leaders and human rights defenders.

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Nigeria: Ten feared dead as Muslim and Christian youth clash

At least nine persons were killed and several others injured on Monday in Jos, the Plateau State capital of Nigeria following a fresh violence that erupted between Muslim and Christian faithful.

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