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Articles from New African (November 1, 2016)

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A United Kingdom: Amma Asante's new film explores Botswana's founding leader, Seretse Khama's marriage to a white English woman--and how the British establishment attempted to sabotage it. Andrews, Beverly 778
Africa Rising: Fashion, Design and Lifestyle from Africa. Book review 244
Africa's giant goes global. 430
Behind every newspaper lurks a politician. Ndoye, Gorgui Wade 533
Between the World and Me. Book review 277
Black skins, white fantasies. Diop, Boubacar Boris 1621
Chagos is my home! Carey, Sean Essay 2460
Corporate capture of African agriculture. Chamley, Santorri 2210
Correcting a distorted narrative. Habtemariam, H.E. Estifanos Correction notice 642
Digital insurgency. Bilen-Onabanjo, Sinem 1518
Does the barrel have a bottom? McCullagh, James 2816
Hidden Figures: The Untold Story of African-American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race. Book review 241
How digital displaced print. Adeyeye, Joseph 1202
In Africa, do black lives matter? 1766
Myopia can be a disease! Ankomah, Baffour 1291
Nigeria opens a new mining chapter. 465
Nyerere: The Early Years. Book review 249
Preserving the environment, building communities. 438
Rapid expansion but big challenges for African universities. Ford, Neil 2389
Rise of Rural Consumers in Developing Countries. 250
Spring of discontent. Dludlu, John 1825
Taarab maestro's last lovesong. Goldsmith, Paul In memoriam 2193
The digital migration: as advertising revenues fall and African audiences move online, the rise of digital media in Africa has been nothing short of phenomenal. Bilen-Onabanjo, Sinem 659
The disappearance of Jean Bigirimana. Hatcher, Jessica 938
The economy is top priority. Ampofo, Nana 650
The Racket: A Rogue Reporter vs The American Elite. Book review 244
The rise of Africa's media moguls. Parmar, Vinesh 1515
The silence of the lambs: in the space of a decade, mainstream media in Kenya, once a beacon of political change and truth-telling, has been reduced to an embarrassing love-in with state power. Namu, John Allan 1199
The state, the media and technology. Chinje, Eric 616
The trouble with cultural appropriation: it's less about stealing, more about integrity ... Wanner, Zukiswa 836
Too close to call. Agyeman-Duah, Ivor 1279
When will our leaders stop putting African up for sale? Ghanaian-born politician, Amma Asante, who became only the second African elected to the Dutch parliament, talks to Femi Akomolafe on immigration, racism in the Netherlands and balancing work and family life. Akomolafe, Femi Interview 1519

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