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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news in Africa.
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May 20, 2003
Wendy McElroy
U.S. to Fund Gender Feminism in Africa? One of the "other purposes" in a US assistance bill for combating AIDS in Africa is to teach gender feminism to African men and boys. American tax money will re-educate African men to "respect" women, presumably in the belief that men's bad attitudes cause AIDS. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
February 15, 2003
From Modest Beginnings A United Nations report shows Africans' Internet access is modest but rising. mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
January 2003
Alexandra Fuller
Bad Signs More than 20 years after the guerrilla war that forged Zimbabwe from Rhodesia, fear and violence are once again convulsing that African nation -- this time, with a black government pitted against white landowners. The author, who grew up on a farm in Rhodesia, recalls childhood memories there. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
T.H.E. Journal
October 2002
Tshepo Batane
Technology and Student Collaboration A research project in one Botswana secondary school mark for My Articles 965 similar articles
September 2002
Stephen Jermanok
This is the situation. This is the confusion. This is Angola. It was once a crown jewel of African beauty -- a place blessed with so many rivers, so much pristine coastline, and such teeming, verdant savannas that it made God jealous. But after 27 years of brutal civil war, Angola is slowly rising out of the graveyard of its sad history. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
August 2002
Mike Lynch
Road Show The rock star and the treasury secretary demonstrate the limits to aid. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
April 2002
Lisa Margonelli
The Rainmaker How a low-cost, lightweight pump is changing the economy of a nation... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
Mother Jones
Mar/Apr 2002
William Orme
The Journalist and the Dictator Despite persecution and bomb attacks, Zimbabwe newsman Geoff Nyarota has escaped the heavy hand of a government unfriendly towards journalists... mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
March 2002
Across the Great Rift The Loita Hills are home to one of East Africa's last great swaths of wilderness. To a young Masai who gave up his birthright for the hustle and blare of Nairobi, a journey to the pure heart of Masailand offers a vision of what he left behind— -- and a glimpse of his people's fearful future... mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Finance & Development
December 1, 2001
Mohamed Daouas
Africa Faces Challenges of Globalization mark for My Articles 427 similar articles
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