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Network Africa
Last updated: 17 December, 2007 - Published 12:57 GMT
 
Network Africa presenter Paul Bakibinga
South Africa's governing ANC is to elect a new leader; despite the rivalry, Zuma says he gets on well with Mbeki. Plus, your chance to vote for the winner of our Who Am I? competition. Text the day to 447786205085.
 
PROVERB OF THE DAY
 A woman is not old when it comes to the dance she knows
 
Justin Ngarangba, Uganda
 
Thursday: Rebels in eastern DR Congo have gained the upper hand in the fighting there recently, Arnaud Zajtman met them in the town of Mashake.
 
Out of hundreds of entries to the Network Africa "Who Am I?" competition, we have whittled it down to just five finalists. Their entries will be put to the public vote on Monday 17th December to decide the winner.
Network Africa's Who Am I? competition is close to its conclusion. Meet the finalists and find out how you can help to choose the winner.
The BBC is asking you to cast your vote and help us choose the winner of this prestigious award from a shortlist of five great African players.
 
Here's great news for unsigned musicians: BBC World Service and BBC World Television present the Next Big Thing, a global competition to bring your original music to a world-wide audience.
Kibarkingmad and Olushambles share memories of Saddam; and offer birthday wishes to Ghana at 50 and Uncle Bob at 83. The boys are on fire in these editions aired January to March 2007.
 
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