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JK Rowling got in trouble for how she talks about Africa. Here's why she may have been right. - Washington Post
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is embroiled in a controversy. Pottermore, her official website for all things Harry Potter, made a big announcement over the weekend, telling the world that there are wizarding schools in the United States, Japan and ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Abandoned by Africa - Independent Online
That Burundi's neighbours have been compelled to call on the UN to intervene in the bloodletting in the country is an indictment of the AU, writes Shannon Ebrahim. The days of Africa relying on the international community to intervene to stop the ...
Rolls-Royce powers into Africa - Independent Online
Lusaka - Rolls-Royce Power Systems plans to replicate the 100 megawatt (MW) Mozambique gas-fired power station it is commissioning elsewhere in Africa as the company expands its footprint across the continent, a top official said. Demand for ...
Africa's leaders protect each other - The Economist
ON JANUARY 28th the Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo became the first former head of state to go on trial before the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague. Three days later the African Union (AU) resolved, among other rude comments about the ...
Drought In Southern Africa Threatens Social Unrest, Power Supply Challenges - Forbes
LONDON—Many countries in southern Africa are facing extended periods of drought, as the ongoing El Niño weather pattern continues to have a severe impact. The South African government has labeled the current drought as the worst since 1982.
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