SA’s economic policymakers need a better compass
/ 3 October 2023

SA’s economic policymakers need a better compass

Policymakers at home and abroad failed to see the 2008 crisis as an opportunity to break from the past and imagine the world anew

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/ 10 February 2008

Chad rebels seek to lure govt forces from capital

Chad’s rebels said on Saturday they controlled the centre of the landlocked country and would hold their position in an effort to lure government troops from the capital into an open battle in the desert. A spokesperson for the rebels said they occupied the towns of Mongo and Bitkine in rugged central Chad, about 500km from the capital.

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/ 27 December 2007

Chad court jails Zoe’s Ark workers

Six French aid workers were sentenced to eight years of hard labour each after a court in Chad found them guilty on Wednesday of trying to kidnap 103 children from the African country. The court in the capital N’Djamena handed down its sentence on the fourth day of the trial of six members of the French humanitarian group Zoe’s Ark.