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The elusive rationale behind the Mo Ibrahim prize
The elusive rationale behind the Mo Ibrahim prize
Not many African leaders – serving or retired – would have cried at the news that the Mo Ibrahim Foundation won't be handing out...
Attacking the West will get Africa nowhere on climate change
Attacking the West will get Africa nowhere on climate change
It has been six years since the accusations were flung, but they still resonate. The northern countries' contribution to climate change is an...
Zuma's e-toll joke below the beltway
Zuma's e-toll joke below the beltway
South African President Jacob Zuma is generally a man who harbours little fear of the negative consequences of his words or actions. Or if he does,...
DNA that sets your body clock
DNA that sets your body clock
A United States scientist has discovered an internal body clock based on DNA that measures the biological age of our tissues and organs.
Index of doom doesn't reflect SA's reality
Index of doom doesn't reflect SA's reality
The headline ran: "South Africa comes last in sustainable development index" (Mail & Guardian, September 20) – music to the...
Editorial: Gordhan's neat balancing act
Editorial: Gordhan's neat balancing act
The takeaway image from the medium-term budget is Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan cutting up the credit cards of senior officials. Their rental...
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