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* EDITORIAL: Patrick Bond and David Moore explain what happened in the Zimbabwean elections and why it matters
* COMMENT AND ANALYSIS: Odenda Lumumba on colonial land dispossession in Kenya and the continued struggle for land rights
- The future of Egyptian politics might be found in popular political initiatives building a social movement for change, says Joel Beinin
- The good and the bad of the papacy in Africa: Editorial comment from Pambazuka News
- Sarah Mukasa explains why she’s glad the Ugandan government banned the play Vagina Monologues
* LETTERS: Mugabe, white supremacy and neo-colonialism
* PAN-AFRICAN POSTCARD: Nobel Laureate Wangari Mathai is elected to the AU’s Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC). Tajudeen Abdul Raheem says it’s a mistake
* AFRICAN UNION WATCH: Charles Mutasa explains the ins and outs of the AU's Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) and its potential for civil society
* Development: 70 civil society organizations meeting in Kenya tell the G8 to make progress on debt…or face protests
* LINKS to the latest news on conflict, human rights, corruption, elections, media, fundraising and more…

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