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'JZ's pilot' joins South Sudan's secret police
'JZ's pilot' joins South Sudan's secret police
A South African aviation firm formed a joint venture with the National Security Service (NSS) — South Sudan’s secret police, which has...
Africa needs traditional, independent media to hold the powerful to account
Africa needs traditional, independent media to hold the powerful to account
In June, Senegalese President Macky Sall’s brother, Aliou Sall, resigned from his post as the head of a state-run savings fund, following public...
Elephants in the room
Elephants in the room
World Elephant Day was held on August 12 to bring attention to the plight of the Asian and African pachyderm.
Sex crimes, evangelism and the collective guilt of American intervention in Africa
Sex crimes, evangelism and the collective guilt of American intervention in Africa
On August 29, the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the 2015 conviction of Matthew Lane Durham, a 24-year old former missionary...
Kenya's finance minister pleads not guilty to graft charges
Kenya's finance minister pleads not guilty to graft charges
Kenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to corruption charges linked to the construction of two dams, a rare example of...
Kenya's finance minister arrested on graft charges
Kenya's finance minister arrested on graft charges
Kenya's finance minister was arrested on Monday on corruption charges linked to a mega dam project, a rare example of a sitting minister detained on...
Sharing best practice key to healthy results solutions
Sharing best practice key to healthy results solutions
We live in an age of ubiquitous technology, from cellphones to artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies — and yet there are still about...
Tuning surveillance software with African faces
Tuning surveillance software with African faces
With growing technological advances, more countries are being propelled to implement data privacy and protection measures. But such laws may not...
The hopeful continent
The hopeful continent
Last week, the Mail & Guardian put out a call on Twitter for inspiring, uplifting and positive stories from around the African...
Discard the odd and publish in Africa
Discard the odd and publish in Africa
Last week I was invited as a panellist to the International Publishers’...
Walking Uganda’s martyrs’ route
Walking Uganda’s martyrs’ route
Namugongo — It took him eight days, but Girimana Gasper finally reached his destination, the martyrs’ shrines in Namugongo...
Nairobi's government remains blind to the matatu
Nairobi's government remains blind to the matatu
Strikes against new regulations and reforms of Nairobi’s matatu sector by its workforce are nothing...

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