p. 18 End of the road for Africa’s dinosaurs Sudan’s al-Bashir and Algeria’s Bouteflika face mounting public anger.
Readers’ views 04 Your comments and letters Kaleidoscope 08 Briefs 15 Quote/unquote Editorial 17 The rulers and the ruled COVER STORY 18 End of the road for
Africa’s dinosaurs Events 23 FIAD 2019: Africa can industrialise in a decade Baffour’s beefs 26 Time to call out Trump The big interview 28 Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio Spotlight 32 Sierra Leone: Bio squares up to challenges
Special focus: Tana forum 2019 34 Critical crossroads for the Horn 38 Tana Forum objectives 39 Development as a conflict prevention tool New age 40 Coming to terms with Generation Z In conversation 42 Adjoa Andoh’s Richard II makes stage history in UK Second african revolution 47 No knowledge, no progress Native intelligence 48 A tale of three cities Analysis 50 Kenya: Jockeying for
State House 2022 Speaker’s corner 54 African leaders should seek treatment at home letter from london 56 Why London is now a stabbing hotspot In perspective 58 Are African internet shutdowns the new normal? Around africa 60 South Africa: Why the DA engine has failed to fire 62 Nigeria: Second chance for Buhari to shine 64 Zimbabwe: Withstanding storms on all fronts 66 Uganda: Foreign NGOs draw a blank in northern region 68 Senegal/Tanzania: Sall re-election dividends; UWC opens in Moshi Arts 70 Book Review: My Sister, the Serial Killer 72 Sculpture: El Anatsui stuns with new London show Back to the future 74 ‘Just manage’ does not cut it
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