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Liesl Louw-Vaudran

Liesl Louw-Vaudran

    Zuma 'daughter' courts Morocco
    Zuma 'daughter' courts Morocco
    Ntombi Msiza claims to represent SA interests in the North African state, despite frosty relations.
    African Union hobbled by vested interests
    African Union hobbled by vested interests
    Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has tried to improve it, but the AU is saddled with systemic problems.
    Dlamini-Zuma's hour of reckoning
    Dlamini-Zuma's hour of reckoning
    If she brokers peace in Burundi her return to domestic politics will be triumphant.
    Africa seeks better deals with China
    Africa seeks better deals with China
    But the continent does not speak with one voice when meeting and dealing with the Asian giant.
    Chad battles HIV in the youth
    Chad battles HIV in the youth
    Mani Djelassem works in a centre that helps children with HIV
    Will a war on terror work in Africa?
    Will a war on terror work in Africa?
    Military intervention may not be the best answer to terrorism in nations such as Mali.
    Temporary shadow cast over Africa's 'rise'
    Temporary shadow cast over Africa's 'rise'
    Migration and its effects are under the spotlight again
    Successful Mali raid raises questions about SA hostage
    Successful Mali raid raises questions about SA hostage
    Stephen McGowan's family have been asked to keep a low profile after French forces rescued one of his fellow al-Qaeda hostages.
    Fate of SA hostage captured in Mali remains unclear
    Fate of SA hostage captured in Mali remains unclear
    Stephen McGowan's whereabouts are unknown despite the release of the Dutch national who was kidnapped alongside him in Timbuktu in 2011.
    Nigeria will be Africa's first global superpower
    Nigeria will be Africa's first global superpower
    South Africa has many attributes that make it a worthy representative of Africa on the world stage, but is set to lose its first place.
    Activists call for release of South Sudan report
    Activists call for release of South Sudan report
    Civil society activists are calling on the African Union to make public the findings of an inquiry into human rights abuses in South Sudan.