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100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Arts & Culture

Youssou N’Dour, Senegal. 2012 has been quite the turnaround for the Senegalese multi-talented, multi-faceted singer, actor, businessman and politician. Having been disqualified from contesting the …

100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Science

Bright Simons, Ghana. The young and energetic founder of the award-winning technological start-up, MPedigree, Bright Simons ‘company is taking on the counterfeit drugs trade – …

100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Media

Omoyele Sowore, Nigeria Nigeria’s political elite has not been the same following the launch of the online news website, Sahara Reporters, in 2006. The website, …

From Liberation To Normal Politics

If credible opposition parties cannot come from outside the liberation circle in Southern Africa, then perhaps it is time for the liberation parties in the …

Jacques Anouma: The Man Who Wants To Be King

FIFA executive committee member, Osasu Obayiuwana, our football editor, sat with Anouma, for over two hours, in Abidjan’s Cocody district, to discuss the burning issues …