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March 2014

This month, New African looks at how Africa can feed itself, beyond food aid & corporate greed.

South Africa: Equality delayed

If a truly free, prosperous, democratic and equal South Africa is to be realised, the smaller parties in the country must have a say, Joseph …

South Africa after the elections

Udo W. Froese writes about the post-election situation in South Africa and says political alliances will take the stage ready to do battle in 2019.

Nigeria: Saving the marriage

A highly centralised state with all its power at the centre is no longer viable in Nigeria and the other extreme of a purely free …

Malawi: Will ‘Cashgate’ sink Joyce Banda?

According to media reports, last year’s revelations of high corruption in Malawi, dubbed “Cashgate”, are likely to undermine President Joyce Banda’s chances of winning elections …

Education, Education, Education!

Our guest columnists this issue argue that education and infrastructure are the most important sectors for governments to direct their resources towards, even if this …

The power of imagination

Innovation is the new buzz word sweeping Africa. About time too, as the whole world has been gripped in a fierce battle to innovate for …