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Peter Fabricius
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Daily Maverick Mar 20
ANC's dirty laundry: Magashule's attack on State Security minister feels like fake news, but it's not By Carien Du Plessis
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ISS Mar 14
Masisi and Khama’s spat rocks the steady Botswana boat. ISS Today by
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Peter Fabricius Mar 12
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Antoinette Louw Mar 9
For all those who don’t believe in vaccinations, read this
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Peter Fabricius Mar 9
It's taken a long time to realise the obvious
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Tom Bowker Mar 8
Real journalists debunk propaganda (from yesterday's newsletter)
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Peter Fabricius Mar 7
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Peter Fabricius Mar 6
A wake-up call to embassies in Maputo. Anyone listening?
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Eric Morier-Genoud Mar 3
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Peter Fabricius Mar 2
Crisis fatigue I suspect. But thanks to for the wakeup call
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Peter Fabricius Mar 2
I don't think Carter's comments in 2012- which he has since qualified anyway as referring only to the electric voting system- have any bearing on elections in 2018
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Peter Fabricius Mar 2
Actually the Carter Center did not observe those elections and decried the fact that they were being quoted as endorsing them.
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Peter Fabricius Mar 2
Wordsworthian sentiments from Msr El Kadi. Easy to forget how inspiring it can be to be present when history is being made. I dearly hope his dreams are not shattered
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Peter Fabricius Feb 13
As one ambassador said; if only it were sabotage, then it could easily be fixed
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Peter Fabricius Jan 29
His To Do list is much shorter than mine. But I guess more consequential
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Birgit Schwarz Jan 21
's police has been ordered to explain why they haven’t yet arrested the known suspects in the murder of dissident Patrick Karegeya, killed in Johannesburg five years ago: . Also see
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Daily Maverick Jan 21
Op-Ed: Blocked internet in Zimbabwe hides government crimes against humanity By David Coltart
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Peter Fabricius Jan 21
RiP Dumisani. We had lots of disagreements but always in good humour
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Tom Bowker Jan 15
Journalist Amade Abubacar has now been missing for 10 days since he was arrested by police in Cabo Delgado. Understood to be held in a military base in Mueda, though the authorities are yet to disclose his location.
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Peter Fabricius Jan 13
The question arises; what price did Zuma exact for not disrupting the festivities? A pardon?
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