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The Poor in Africa Not a Curse
The Poor in Africa Not a Curse
26 - 03 December 2014 Cover Story
Systems that enhance access to financial and communication services have transformed the way low income populations are perceived in Africa.
Perspectives
Somalia: Towards a New Legacy
Somalia: Towards a New Legacy
For decades, Somalia was synonymous with pirates, terrorists, and complete lawlessness. But this Somalia exists no longer. It is a Somalia of yesterday, and is most definitely not the Somalia of tomorrow....
The UN and Africa: Who Should Style Up?
The UN and Africa: Who Should Style Up?
If assets germane to Africa cannot be built by Africans, what makes President Kenyatta think that the world will view Africa as equal with respect?...
Black Sainthood: A Rethink
Black Sainthood: A Rethink
We should be wary of those who try to ascribe happy endings to history; who spend longer praising the abolitionists of slavery than they do in deconstructing why slavery was allowed to persist as long as it did (and, indeed, still does today)....
Agri Focus
Agriculture in Africa: Revival Strategies
Agriculture in Africa: Revival Strategies
After languishing for decades on the fringes of the global markets, Africa is now being increasingly integrated into the globalization process....
Boosting Agriculture Through Collaboration
It is crucial that African governments invest more in promoting joint Science, technology and Innovation strategies (STI) so that agricultural initiatives in one part of Africa can be replicated in other parts....
Business Calendar
How to Make Africans' Dreams Valid: Thought Leaders Resolutions
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Leadership
Mandera Massacre: An Indictment on Kenya’s Security
The war against terror needs the effort of all Kenyans. No one should sacrifice the country’s future on the altar of money, populism, political mileage, religion and short term gains....
Regions
Immigration in America: Walking the Tight Rope
Immigration in America: Walking the Tight Rope
We need more than politics as usual when it comes to immigration. We need reasoned, thoughtful, compassionate debate that focuses on our hopes, not our fears....
Finance and Banking
The Role of the Central Bank in a Modern Market Oriented Economy
The Role of the Central Bank in a Modern Market Oriented Economy
The supply side of the economy is beyond the orbit of monetary policy and, as a consequence, it is not realistic to expect that monetary policy can shape the long run growth rate of the economy....
Events
12th IREN Africa Resource Bank Meeting in Pictures
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Health
Ebola: A Global Governance to Face a Global Virus
It is prudent for the international community to start asking what went wrong for this dreadful virus with its known mode of transmission, to get out of control....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Tunisia Polls: Patience and Vigilance Urged
The success of Tunisia calls for patience and cooperation of all political parties, civil society, and other actors to reverse the legacy of dictatorship....

Perspectives

Somalia: Towards a New Legacy
The UN and Africa: Who Should Style Up?
Black Sainthood: A Rethink

Agri Focus

Agriculture in Africa: Revival Strategies
Boosting Agriculture Through Collaboration

Business Calendar

How to Make Africans' Dreams Valid: Thought Leaders Resolutions

Leadership

Mandera Massacre: An Indictment on Kenya’s Security

Regions

Immigration in America: Walking the Tight Rope

Finance and Banking

The Role of the Central Bank in a Modern Market Oriented Economy

Events

12th IREN Africa Resource Bank Meeting in Pictures

Health

Ebola: A Global Governance to Face a Global Virus

 



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