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Articles from New African (January 1, 2003)

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'Driver stop! I am like palm wine'. (Under the Neem Tree). Duodu, Cameron 1514
2002 in review: the big ones that count; we are looking back at 2002, and have selected some of the important speeches, books, and documents that marked the year. (Flashback). 2397
A great friend of Africa is gone: June Milne (Nkrumah's research assistant, later publisher and literary executrix) on the life of Douglas Rogers, one of the Westerners who helped to shape crucial, turning points in Africa's history. (2002 in Review). Milne, June 1279
Angola: A country in deepest transition: "The problem is you make these questions as if we are a European country. As if we had a 'middle ages'. Our problems are African and they take time to recover... Please give us some time". (Not in Black or White). Orakwue, Stella 1499
Biya the stronger: President Paul Biya clocked 20 years in power in November, and like Johnnie Walker, he is still going strong. (Around Africa: Cameroon). Musa, Tansa Brief Article 772
Cure for Aids: a Cameroonian doctor has beaten the competition for an Aids vaccine. Surprise, surprise, his government is happy. (Around Africa: Cameroon). Azonga, Tikum Mba Brief Article 451
Enough is enough: having endured years of arm-twisting by the EU, the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries now say they have had enough. (Around Africa: ACP-EU). Misser, Francois 881
Ghana so far, so good? (Cover Story). Asmah, George; Mbakwe, Tom 2055
Globalisation when corporations govern. (2002 in Review). Boateng, Osei 1950
Home of the Banjo: an intrepid Gambian researcher has traced the Banjo to its roots in western Gambia. (Around Africa: The Gambia). Eze, Paschal Brief Article 598
Hypocrisy or deception? (Guest Column). Agyemang-Duah, S.K. 1421
In times of peace, prepare for war (final). (Baffour's Beefs). Ankomah, Baffour 1676
Inching towards reform: Africa's banking and financial sector is being restructured as part of the overall reforms on the continent. Here, Jon Offei-Ansah, provides an overview of what is happening. (Banking in Africa). Offei-Ansah, Jon 857
Letters. Letter to the Editor 2969
Living histories: historic moment as the sons and daughters of Nkrumah, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela came together for the first time. (The Gallery). McKnight, Benjamin Brief Article 296
Maximising the growth potential: "those who think that Africa is just one big non-performing continent are as misinformed as those who treasure the ideas of lions and elephants roaming the streets of our cities". (Banking in Africa). 1231
Mozambique inquiry into Machel's death reopens: the South African special investigation unit, The Scorpions, have re-opened the inquiry into the mysterious death of the former Mozambican president, Samora Machel. (Feature). Commey, Pusch 1084
Nontetha, the martyr. (2002 in Review). Sesanti, Simphiwe Brief Article 833
Oh God, let the rains come! having trounced the opposition to his land reform programme, President Mugabe and nearly 500,000 newly resettled farmers are now praying for the rains to come. (Around Africa: Zimbabwe). Shoko, Rangarirai 774
Paradise lost: there are more questions than answers in the ongoing investigation into the bombing of the Paradise Hotel in Mombasa. (Around Africa: Kenya). Kamau, John Brief Article 711
Peter Piot: "my objective was to politicise Aids". (2002 in Review). Dr. Piot, Peter 845
Poor Obasanjo! He and all the 36 state governors want another four years in office. But the "second term syndrome" is proving difficult to sell. (Around Africa: Nigeria). Jason, Pini 1050
Sculpture ancestral voices: Beverly Andrews on the inspiring work of the Ghanaian master, Al Anatsui. "Through his sculpture, he presents an Africa seen on its own terms". (The Arts). Andrews, Beverly 911
Slavery time for some home truths. (Diaspora). Lewis, Lester 1400
Straw the sins of our fathers: Jack Straw, the British foreign secretary, owns up to the sins of his ancestors in an interview published on 18 November by the New Statesman. (2002 in Review). Brief Article 265
The magic of Kilwa Island. (Feature: Tanzania). Hordern, Nick 2186
The massacre at Hornkranz. (History Report: Namibia). 2862
USA so who stole the black vote in Florida? (Diaspora). Ablorh-Odjidja, E. 1148
What about the women? (Lest We Forget). Figueiredo, Antonio de 1566
What contradiction! Liberia has been under attack by rebels for three-and-a-half years, and the UN still does not want the government to acquire arms to defend the country. (Around Africa: Liberia). Bafalikike, Lokongo Brief Article 464

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