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AU gives continent-wide air travel a long-awaited boost
AU gives continent-wide air travel a long-awaited boost
Passengers, fasten your seatbelts: African aviation is finally for take off.
How China spied on the African Union’s computers
How China spied on the African Union’s computers
China built and paid for the African Union’s computer network – but inserted a backdoor allowing it access to the...
Rastas finally at home in their Zion
Rastas finally at home in their Zion
The spiritual homeland of Rastafarianism is in Shashamane, a small, nondescript town about 200km south of Addis Ababa. The only clue to its...
Padayachie pursued a better Africa -- Zuma
Padayachie pursued a better Africa -- Zuma
President Jacob Zuma expressed condolences on Saturday morning following the death of Public Service and Administration Minister Roy Padayachie....
Padayachie was 'a committed patriot'
Padayachie was 'a committed patriot'
South African cabinet minister Roy Padayachie was a committed patriot who died in the service of his country, the deputy minister of public service...
Where life is governed from above
Where life is governed from above
If you are a vegetarian and happen to be in Addis Ababa at this time of year, you will be feeling very lucky as almost every restaurant will be...
Non-aggression pact welcomed between Sudan, S Sudan
Non-aggression pact welcomed between Sudan, S Sudan
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Monday hailed the signing of a treaty of non-aggression between Sudan and South Sudan over their disputed...
Rival Sudans sign security agreement to defuse tensions
Rival Sudans sign security agreement to defuse tensions
Sudan and South Sudan on Friday signed a security agreement which aims to defuse tensions over oil payments which officials had warned could spark...
Tough questions in wake of contest
Tough questions in wake of contest
The chairpersonship of the African Union (AU) Commission has been contested before without fanfare, so why such a hullabaloo now?
SA and the AU: It's complicated
SA and the AU: It's complicated
When the African Union's (AU's) election rules forced South Africa's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to end her bid to become chairperson of the AU in Addis...
Respect gay rights, UN's Ban tells African leaders
Respect gay rights, UN's Ban tells African leaders
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in an unusually outspoken declaration on Sunday, told African leaders they must respect gay rights, an issue that...
Gloves off in battle for Dlamini-Zuma
Gloves off in battle for Dlamini-Zuma
The South African government has adopted a strategy of subterfuge to ensure that Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma replaces incumbent...

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