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Letters to Hillbrow

As part of a walk-in research project inspired by the novels Welcome […]

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Monica Maxwell and Samson Botsotso

 Scamming the scammers? Though a buzzing of charades, of tall tales, of […]

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New Bushs Old Ghosts

Cyber crime is a burgeoning business in West Africa, despite often primitive […]

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Migration Business is Good Business

Jean-Christophe Servant argues that while Africa is being welcomed into the pool […]

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La Frontera

Klas Lundström finds himself in an isolated corner of the Amazon jungle […]

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Uncertainty in Cuba after the Death of Hugo Chávez

As the world bids adiós to Hugo Chávez, Ivan García (of Desde La Habana) reports on […]

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Moving ‘White Man’s Deads’ is no second hand business

With no right to protection from the states between which they trade […]

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Platinum Dreams

Anglo American’s boardrooms at 44 Main Street, Joburg, and Carlton House Terrace, […]

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The Rise Of Somali Capital

The increasingly visible presence of the Somali community in Nairobi during a […]

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The Quiet Encroachment of the Ordinary

Asef Bayat A traveller to Middle Eastern cities, Tehran, Cairo or Rabat […]

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Juba ‘I will make my life here’

The metronomes of ancient history, the legacy of war, the wavering prosperity […]

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