0 October 2013 - New African Magazine

The tactics of terror

Following the recent death of the Vietnamese war hero General Giap (pictured), thinking about his tactics, strategy, and the costs of long-term objectives, is particularly …

Joseph Murumbi A pioneer collector

Murumbi’s mission in life was to collect and preserve African culture in all its forms. His collection of artefacts was so numerous that it would …

So you would like to be on telly?

With the proliferation of content channels, both locally and internationally, now, more than ever, content is key. And the demand for African content is growing, …

Reinventing education

Education remains the cornerstone of any prosperous society. And when African leaders talk about Africa’s rich continent they all say its riches lie in its …

Tales of a taxi driver’s mate

Still reminiscing on his love of cars, Mr Duodu writes: “One of my greatest regrets in life is not to have been able to go …

A fishy business

African coastal and small island states cry foul over distant fishing nations in Europe and elsewhere abusing access to fishing rights in their territorial waters, …

Freight expectations – Maputo

On Southern Africa’s eastern flank, Mozambique’s coastline stretches for more than 1,500 miles. It is of crucial importance to the economies of the whole sub-region, …

The black woman and the beauty myth

As the title of this month’s reflections suggests, I am going back to the topic of the black woman and the beauty industry.