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Africa Confidential Oct 11
| Game on: 's emergence as Presidential candidate for the biggest party challenging President in 's elections in February guarantees a lively contest for voters but little else.
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Twim Bo Aug 9
RT : RT : is sending out invitations to his inauguration on 12 August. That shows how confident he is that the judges of the Constitutional Court will throw out a challenge to the re…
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Uffculme Allotmenteer 1 Nov 17
Did Kevin Spacey say Rolo Thomassi?
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Patrick Smith Jun 26
Heads up on another Africa Confidential exclusive – : Incoming government uncovers massive fraud under 's rule. Plus look out for upcoming coverage of two assassination attempts – in &
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Twim Bo Dec 6
RT : | : President to announce policy changes after swearing in cabinet of loyalists
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Patrick Smith Jun 19
Blog We start in where President Ramaphosa's motives in reforming the security sector are being questioned; -Kinshasa
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Juliet Amissah Jan 29
: Summiteers in Addis try to manage a military scramble in the Horn and the Sahel amid fresh reform efforts
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🇩🇯 Huno Djibouti 🇩🇯 Feb 13
The latest Hunodjibouti - Le Journal / Paper! Thanks to
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Africa Confidential Nov 5
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Patrick Smith Jul 11
• The Africa Confidential Blog -KINSHASA: President snubs US envoy and UN chief over elections as churches plan protests for next month
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Africa Confidential Oct 25
Financier Arron Banks, who donated £9 million to the campaign is in dispute with a former partner in a diamond mine enterprise in , Christopher Kimber
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Africa Confidential Oct 5
• The Blog / : 'The road ahead is bumpy' - warnings on growth, debt and productivity in Africa By
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Africa Confidential Nov 14
-KINSHASA : enjoys a brief triumph as presidential candidate on a unity ticket before the opposition coalition splinters. By
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Africa Confidential Nov 8
The question in The Nigerian army says six people were killed, Amnesty says more than 45. There’s a deafening silence from mainstream politicians.
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