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    Assassination pushes Burundi to the brink
    Assassination pushes Burundi to the brink
    Close ally of President Pierre Nkurunziza, widely believed to be behind a spate of arbitrary arrests and killings of opposition members, gunned down.
    Djibouti opposition leader vindicated
    Djibouti opposition leader vindicated
    Weeks before President Ismaïl Guelleh stands for an unconstitutional fourth term, he has lost a “politically motivated” case against his former ally.
    Ordinary people making the extraordinary happen
    Ordinary people making the extraordinary happen
    Ahead of the Finance for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Olympian Haile Gebrselassie reflects on what it takes to eliminate poverty.
    Student union takes Mugabe to court
    Student union takes Mugabe to court
    Zimbabwe students union takes President Robert Mugabe to court over the awarding of a controversial doctorate of philosophy degree to Grace Mugabe.
    Ten things about porn in the USA
    Ten things about porn in the USA
    We bring you 10 things you may or may not have known about the porn industry in the US.
    Ten things about berets
    Ten things about berets
    With his usual flair for style, Julius Malema has dressed the active members of his new political party, Economic Freedom Fighters, in red berets.
    Literary Festival 2013: The authors
    Literary Festival 2013: The authors
    The M&G Literary Festival features a lineup of well-known names from the worlds of media and publishing.
    The ten things about The Man Booker Prize longlist
    The ten things about The Man Booker Prize longlist
    The Man Booker prize is awarded for the best original full-length novel, written in English, by a citizen of the Commonwealth, Ireland or Zimbabwe.
    Ten things about the Bin Laden report
    Ten things about the Bin Laden report
    The "Bin Laden report" is the result of an investigation by a commission appointed by the Pakistan government into the slaying of Osama bin Laden.
    Numsa responds
    Numsa responds
    The M&G has obtained a copy of the submission by the National Union of Metalworkers to facilitators conducting an inquiry into the problems in Cosatu.
    Ten things about surveillance
    Ten things about surveillance
    The word comes from the French, meaning to look or watch over (veiller; to watch or keep watch, as in a sentry; sur: over or above)