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Articles from New African (October 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
'Bravo African union'. Alinco, Bob Letter to the editor 126
A day of reckoning for Nigeria's elites? Thompson, Neil 1120
A luta continua. Rogers, E.M. Letter to the editor 126
A Pan-African defence industry. Ichikowitz, Ivor Company overview 1224
A party for the ages? Mungai, Christine 1925
A right to health. Williams, Stephen 1286
A safe way to consume tobacco? Morris, Julian Essay 1289
A window on African arts. 334
Africa Green Revolution Forum/AGRF 2016. Statistical data 108
All The Good Things Around Us. Book review 249
Another disputed election, another dodgy court ruling. Ntomba, Reginald 1239
Anti-Colonial Thought. Book review 224
Debt relief: where they stand, a decade later. Parmar, Vinesh Cover story 881
Dreadlock theft on the rise. Brief article 111
Early Mandela interview found. Brief article 106
Francafrique: a brief history of a scandalous word. Diop, Boubacar Boris 1374
How African debt got on the global auction block. Masie, Desne Cover story 2244
How long will Gordhan survive? Dludlu, John 1604
In freefall: William Gumede weighs up the ANC's long-term survival options. Gumede, William 683
Made you look: black males are celebrated in an exhibition that captures images from around the world. Andrews, Beverly 651
May Their Shadows Never Shrink. Book review 236
McKinsey & Company report. Brief article 169
Moving the centre. Kantai, Parselelo Interview 2395
Niger turns the page with investors: the government of Niger says the country is open for business as it embarks on a programme to encourage foreign investment. 1150
Obama: the final verdict. Wambu, Onyekachi 757
Once they were brothers: Stephen Williams reviews a new work on the tragic friendship between two icons. Williams, Stephen Book review 1416
Peru's Black Saint. Melling, Helen 1393
Redefining the gaze. Iduma, Emmanuel Interview 769
Revisiting the austerity decades. Kantai, Parselelo Column 643
Scavenging in trash: a story of survival, dignity and hope. Govender, Cindy 1093
Seen and heard. 362
Shopping malls, motorways and the new debt treadmill. Ndii, David Cover story 4264
Silent nights. Brief article 110
Singing in the rain: Long on the sidelines of the London scene, a new edition of Africa Utopia firmly places black culture in the mainstream. Andrews, Beverly 371
Somalia goes to the polls. Rwegasira, Tensa Letter to the editor 135
The African writers glass ceiling: Ignored at home unless celebrated abroad, writers will only get respect when the industry--publishers, booksellers and readers--emancipates itself from the mental slavery so prevalent on the local book scene. Wanner, Zukiswa Essay 1086
The art of an art fair. Discussion 1109
The big boss goes home. Obayiuwana, Osasu Obituary 2590
The capitalist as accidental politician. Dludlu, John 541
The father of Sudanese modernism. Hackworth, Nick 968
The future of Nigeria's' manufacturing. Mama, Chijioke 1386
The Gandhi we did not know. Ankomah, Baffour Column 1422
The Mayor of Mogadishu! Book review 253
The myth of free and fair elections. Cheeseman, Nic 1294
The ones to watch: here is a snippet of some of the new artists to look out for at this year's 1:54 Art Fair in London. List 1415
The Zimbabwe question. Kagoro, Brian 691
Trans-Africanism: an urban essay. Brief article 197
Trouble in the East. Thompson, Neil 1180
Unrepentant autocrats and the sacrament of the franchise. Maina, Wachira Essay 1729
We Are Not! Such Things! Book review 268
When The Walking I Defeats You. Book review 237
Where has all the money gone? Retrieving the looted funds from far-flung destinations, and prosecuting those responsible, is essential to restoring trust in government. Obayiuwana, Osasu 440
Why the new protestors wear native hats. Serumaga, Kalundi 1291

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