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Articles from New African (March 1, 2005)

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'All men were brothers in Christ but not in South African churches'. Williams, Stephen Interview 2234
A place in the sun. Ankomah, Baffour Column 1830
Africa: oil company fights malaria; The Exxon Mobil Corporation has donated U$5m in community grants to help combat malaria in Africa, reports Tom Okello. Okello, Tom 330
Africa: stop pitying, start employing. Sorbara, Mark J. Letter to the Editor 527
African Union: forward ever; Ben Asante was in Abuja to see African leaders break new grounds with their first ever mid-term summit attended by over 40 heads of state. Asante, Ben 748
Aid not the solution. Johns, Trevor Letter to the Editor 253
Always something new & exciting out of Africa: ... Africa 05 season opens in Britain. Williams, Stephen 1598
Angola: inside Africa's forgotten country; "Angola today is a state in limbo. It is also a state which people know very little about--thanks to poor security and indifferent coverage in the international media," writes Brendan Salisbury, a Canadian university lecturer who went to teach there for six months. Here are his impressions. Salisbury, Brendan Column 1332
Cameroon: you are late, you can't come in; After winning another seven-year term in office last October, President Paul Biya appointed a new prime minister tasked with cleaning up the public sector. He began by clamping down on workers' timekeeping. Tansa Musa reports from Yaounde. Musa, Tansa 635
Djibouti: was it really an assassination? France's foreign policy spokesman is at the centre of a diplomatic row over a press communique he issued on behalf of the French government regarding the death of a French judge in Djibouti. Paul Michaud reports. Michaud, Paul 377
DR Congo. Brief Article 99
Good governance before Marshall Plan. Letter to the Editor 466
Kenya: Moi, the final adieu. Otieno, Derek 1237
Kofi Annan: back from the brink? Duah, Ivor Agyeman; Price, Stuart Cover Story 3207
Kufuor: 'this is a good time to be a Ghanaian'; President John Agyekum Kufuor has delivered another State of the Nation address and spelt out his vision for the future. "This is a good time to be a Ghanaian. These are exciting times," he told his people. Kwadwo Mensah reports from Accra. Mensah, Kwadwo 733
Liberia. 99
Malawi. 84
Martin's story: having spent three years without trial in American detention at Guantanamo Bay, Martin Mubanga, who holds dual Zambian-British nationality, wants to sue Britain for abandoning him. Orakwue, Stella 1663
Mbeki: Africa, the truth and the Asian miracle. Mbeki, Thabo 3694
Mixed race, hot issue. Letter to the Editor 225
More memoirs, but who will read them? Earnshaw, Eileen Letter to the Editor 113
Nigeria. 171
Nigeria: at last, the national conference begins! President Olusegun Obasanjo has finally given Nigerians the sovereign national conference they asked for. Ola Sheyin reports. Sheyin, Ola 614
Saving Central Africa's rainforests: a total of seven different nations have signed a joint conservation treaty designed to protect the future of the Congo Basin. Stuart Price reports. Price, Stuart 476
Sudan: the peace between the pieces; Following the comprehensive Peace Agreement between the government of Sudan and the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) that ended the 21-year-old civil war in the country, Rocco Blume looks at what the agreement offers to the rest of Sudan's political parties, opposition movements, and civil society groups. Blume, Rocco 2410
The Gambia. 94
The realities of aid discrimination; America gives Israel (population: 6 million; land size: same as Swaziland or Guinea Bissau) $3 billion annually in aid, while it gives 48 black African countries (population: over 600 million) just about $1 billion a year. Discuss. de Figueiredo, Antonio 1606
Togo: after dad, it's my turn. Godwin, Ebow 1295
Wangari Maathai: 'a people without culture feel insecure'. Maathai, Wangari 1672
We were sold by our brothers. Really? Duodu, Cameroon 4053
Where is the proverbial African solidarity? van Dijk, Peter Letter to the Editor 387
Why can't Somalia get tsunami aid? Letter to the Editor 179
Why doesn't anybody care about blacks? Keatley, Norma Letter to the Editor 250
Wrong about Abia State. Uduku, Ola Letter to the Editor 93
Zambia: beware of the Aids bandwagon; "African governments should be conscious of attempts by imperial forces to narrow down the continent's immense problems to only HIV/Aids and corruption," Zambia's former president, Frederick Chiluba, has warned. Martha Kabwe reports from Lusaka. Kabwe, Martha 746
Zimbabwe. 210

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