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After Egypt and Tunisia, could President Mugabe be the next dictator to be toppled? Mgcini Nyoni explains why...

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With attempts to mark International Women’s Day thwarted by angry men, Glen Johnson discovers that Egypt’s uprising has...

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Stefan Simanowitz considers the implications of recent events in Egypt and the whole region.

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Or how the poor Majority World has escaped the Great Recession - and why the people of the Arab world might now be joining in...

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In the name of research, Maria Golia meets a man with an unusual mission.

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Maria Golia meets the man with the eyes of a caged god.

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Egyptian politics heats up over Mubarak succession

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An 80-year-old colonial law gives Egypt unfair advantage in its access to the Nile.

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In an Egypt where sexual feelings are kept buttoned up by religiosity, *Yahia Lababidi* observes an all-pervading sensuality...

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Cairo’s ‘garbage people’ are improving their standard of living

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Despite Egyptian intransigence, the aid convoy still hopes to get to Gaza.

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*Maria Golia* recalls why part of her Egyptian education involved learning how to break the rules.

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'Make do and mend' is a time-honoured Egyptian talent, discovers *Maria Golia*.

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*Maria Golia* ponders Egypt’s attitude towards sexuality.

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Egypt’s *President Mubarak* may have survived six assassination attempts but does not escape the *NI* treatment.

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Egypt’s bloggers are using the web to organize not just agonize

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