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Articles from New African (July 1, 2016)

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'My identity is not fixed': Egyptian feminist activist and writer Nawal El Saadawi will be in London headlining the fifth Africa Writes literature and book festival. Interview 638
10 must-read books: adventures, monsters and detectives. Recommended readings 1370
A continent on the move: the world's automotive industry is searching for new growth, and has determined that opportunities are brightest in Africa. Williams, Stephen 2010
A luta continua! After more than 50 years in publishing, Walter Bgoya's passion for producing beautiful objects remains undiminished--as does his commitment to political activism. Kaiza, A.K. 2182
An alternative view. Andrews, Beverly 506
Brexit and the black Atlantic. Ampofo, Nana Adu Essay 759
Can we ever treat ourselves better? Ankomah, Baffour Column 1418
CIF invests in African forests. Brief article 200
Earning respect at Club Ntwari: how a young Bujumbura man learned to live first by his wits and then heroically, by his fists. Hatcher, Jessica; Benjamin, Evrard 987
East Africa's game of Monopoly. Cover story 1099
Ebola. Book review 246
Eritrea-Ethiopia tensions: as Eritrean-Ethiopian tensions rise again, the need for a comprehensive US foreign policy towards the Horn of Africa, with less emphasis on counter-terrorism and security and more on promoting democracy is vital. Abraham, Curtis 1575
Ghana: much ado about election: once again, Accra's incredulous citizenry are asking why no lesson were learned, and not much done, to stop the city's perennial flooding. Akomolafe, Femi 1337
Haiti and the AU: the dilemma of African globality: the failed bid by Haiti to become an official AU member opens up important reflections on the state of the pan-African project and the treatment of the diaspora. Wambu, Onyekachi 692
LDCs host most refugees. Brief article 151
London's black music scene run by Africans: after decades of people of African-Caribbean heritage, particularly Jamaicans, dominating the British music scene, continental Africans are now making big moves in the business. Kwaku 1281
Nature Is a Battlefield. Book review 217
Nigeria's new road to the East. Mama, Chijioke 1337
Not just a river in Egypt: musicians from 11 countries along the Nile are collaborating to avert the looming conflict over water. Andrews, Beverly 696
Prudent management! Shah, Kokil K. Letter to the editor 168
Requirements for the job: as AU member states prepare to choose Dr Dlamini-Zuma's successor, Don Deya lists key attributes needed for the role. Deya, Don Cover story 1423
Shrinking hegemon? Maina, Wachira Cover story 1206
South Sudan--five years on. Fogarty, Robert X. Brief article 144
Tanzania rising. Ulimwengu, Jenerali 1159
The ANC's biggest test yet. Allison, Simon 1388
The Assassination Complex. Book review 251
The curse of the political elite's dishonesty. Chikwava, Brian 1013
The Dlamini-Zuma succession: inside the politics of a messy race. Kantai, Parselelo Cover story 1146
The greatest and I: Stephen Tolbert III recalls his childhood encounter with Muhammad Ali in Kinshasa. Tolbert, Stephen, III Essay 817
The hidden history of a copper colony: Sammy Baloji's images are scarred by Congo's painful past. Odufunade, Bomi 1084
The last stand? Africa's forests are being lost at an alarming rate, partly because of the demand for tropical woods on world markets--but Ghana's experience offers some valuable lessons. Williams, Stephen 1066
The next generation & the state of play: even as the old questions of language and audience remain unresolved, digital diasporas and tech tribalism are throwing up new divisions; the world is getting smaller in big new ways. Fatunla, Dele 1551
The problem with our education. Wanner, Zukiswa Essay 712
The rise of Babu Owino: why a university of Nairobi student union leader's bid for a fourth consecutive term sparked days of rioting--and why the university administration protected him. Amuke, Isaac Otidi 3275
The state of the African Union. de Waal, Alex Cover story 888
The Thabo Mbeki I Know. Book review 232
Today We Drop Bombs. Tomorrow We Build Bridges. Book review 233
Ugandans prefer tea. Brief article 114
Uncovering an ancient Saharan civilization: the demise of Gaddafi has, on a positive note, helped archaeologists to explore the country's rich pre-Islamic heritage, spearheaded by the Libyan Antiquities Department that was severely neglected under Gaddafi. Abraham, Curtis 2012
Where are you Spike Lee? Magazi, Dali Letter to the editor 263
Who killed Tom Mboya? Declassifed documents raise new questions about the 1969 assassination of visionary nationalist Tom Joseph Mboya. Kantai, Parselelo 2163
Year of Fire Year of Ash. Book review 260
You talk about the collapse of the West as if it were a bad thing. Serumaga, Kalundi 1350
Youths chastise African leaders. Brief article 171

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