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Published continuously since 1966, the English language monthly has consistently brought an African point of view to international news. It is the essential magazine for government officials, businessmen, professionals and Africa-watchers.
New African is distributed in over 100 countries, and consulted whenever Africa is mentioned. The leading commentator on African affairs and Africa’s best selling magazine.
The August / September double issue brings you the most important stories shaping contemporary Africa. We ask if Ethiopia’s new leader, Abiy Ahmed’s reforms are too fast for a country based on an ethnic-based federal system; and if DRC can see an end to the troubles in the east. In other features we ask if Netflix can rescue Egypt’s TV industry; will Botswana’s elections be spicier than ever before and if class Apartheid has replaced race in South Africa. We also review the African Nations Cup and pay homage of one of Africa’s greatest photographers.