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Thankfully the Kenyan elections turned out to be more of an expensive nuisance than a violent threat for most of the country’s entrepreneurs.
Sierra Leone is putting one of Africa’s deadliest civil wars in the past. Great opportunity exists but the country has far to go.
Mary Broh tackled the dirty job of cleaning up one of Africa’s most chaotic capitals, and found she had bitten off more than she could chew.
Free wi-fi and community participation have made Stellenbosch the second-best municipality in South Africa, and a case study for the rest of the world.
When South African athlete Oscar Pistorius shot his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentine’s Day, his sponsors distanced themselves.
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Nigeria is back on top of African football and it means their jubilant fans will expect even more from the Super Eagles.
The JSE is one of the best regulated stock exchanges in the world, so why isn’t it making more money?
Photographer Kelechi Amadi-Obi turns in his barrister’s wig and gown for a zoom lens and pixel power.