Africa is Demonstrating Leadership

The story of Africa’s journey is inspirational. We see around us every day compelling evidence that Africa is today a continent of opportunity, of hope, and of confidence. Africa’s strength has always been her peoples. Their resilience, sense of community and self-help, ingenuity and resourcefulness in innovating fresh solutions - often in the most difficult circumstances - is respons...

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Kusi Ideas Festival Spirit Good for Africa

Nations that have advanced imagine the world in the next 100 years and align themselves

Africa is Demonstrating Leadership

The story of Africa’s journey is inspirational

Why Ethiopia’s Economic Take -off Will Slow Down

The likelihood that Ethiopia will join the middle-income countries by 2035 is a daunting t...

Water, Peace and Security

Of all the natural resources the Earth offers, water is the most indispensable

37% Of Computers – Servers and Workstations Under Threat

Regularly conduct security audits to identify and eliminate possible vulnerabilities

The Path to Global Peace

The need for mutual respect, esteem and cooperation between religions is all the more pres...

BBI’s Promise on Shared Prosperity & Kenya’s Chequered Economic Performance

The BBI report promises shared prosperity but this can hardly be achieved with an irrespon...

Africa Development Bank and Land Policy

Over the past decade, the land sector in Africa has witnessed a surge in investor interest

StatAfric: The Culture of Data and Measurement

May StatAfric be that institution that becomes the salt of African politics.

Effective Land Governance: Critical to Achieving Africa’s Development

Effective land governance is critical to achieving Africa’s development, particularly Agen...

Ransomware Now Targeting Back-Up Data

Kaspersky researchers have identified a new type of ransomware attack which is actively gr...

The End of Central Banks?

An alternative direction may emerge from the spontaneous innovation market process initiat...

No Child Should Go Hungry

No child should go hungry. No mother should have to bury her child because of hunger.

The Need for Greater Value Addition and Competitiveness in Africa

It is exactly 30 years-1989-since both the African Union and the United Nations General As...

Dam Filling Delay: Egypt Should Compensate Ethiopia

Ethiopia must accept compensation for Egypt’s demand to delay the filling of the Ethiopian...

Editorial
Commemorating 1811 Slave Revolt is a Wise Initiative

The reenacting of the largest revolt of black slaves in 1811 set to take place on November 8 and 9 in the US is a step in the right direction. This initiative should be replicated across Afr...

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Kusi Ideas Festival Spirit Good for Africa

The 2019 Kusi Ideas Festival was held at the Intare Conference arena in Kigali, Rwanda. The Festival, organised by Nation Media Group (NMG), brought together various stakeholders and leaders...

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Commemorating 1811 Slave Revolt is a Wise Initiati...

The reenacting of the largest revolt of black slaves in 1811 set to take place on November 8 and 9 in the US is a step in the right direction. This in...

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Kusi Ideas Festival Spirit Good for Africa

The 2019 Kusi Ideas Festival was held at the Intare Conference arena in Kigali, Rwanda. The Festival, organised by Nation Media Group (NMG), brought t...

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Letters to Editor
Why the ANC is Not in Control of South Africa

South Africa is in the mess it is today because the ANC literally fought against Africanist inclined activists and the PAC after its formation in 1959. The ANC fought to lead the struggle fo...

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Dam Filling Delay: Egypt Should Compensate Ethiopia

In a recent proposal presented by Egypt to the tripartite table of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, it demanded Lake Nasser to be kept at an absolute minimum of 165 meters above sea level. This re...

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Why the ANC is Not in Control of South Africa

South Africa is in the mess it is today because the ANC literally fought against Africanist inclined activists and the PAC after its formation in 1959...

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Dam Filling Delay: Egypt Should Compensate Ethiopi...

In a recent proposal presented by Egypt to the tripartite table of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, it demanded Lake Nasser to be kept at an absolute minimu...

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Perspectives
Africa Development Bank and Land Policy

The Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges in Africa very wisely prioritised three key objectives: Land policy development and implementation; Allocation of adequate budgetary resources t...

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Why Ethiopia’s Economic Take -off Will Slow Down

According to W.W. Rostow, Rostow (1960), economies pass through some identifiable stages of economic development. Regardless of one’s faith in the strict sequence and parameters of the theor...

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Africa Development Bank and Land Policy

The Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges in Africa very wisely prioritised three key objectives: Land policy development and implementation; Allo...

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Why Ethiopia’s Economic Take -off Will Slow Down

According to W.W. Rostow, Rostow (1960), economies pass through some identifiable stages of economic development. Regardless of one’s faith in the str...

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Regions
Ransomware Now Targeting Back-Up Data

Kaspersky researchers have identified a new type of ransomware attack which is actively growing in popularity. Targeting Network Attached Storage (NAS), it poses new risks for back-up data u...

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The Path to Global Peace

One hundred and twenty-two years ago, in 1897, King Chulalongkorn visited Rome and met Pope Leo XIII in audience, the first time that a non-Christian Head of State was received in the Vatica...

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Ransomware Now Targeting Back-Up Data

Kaspersky researchers have identified a new type of ransomware attack which is actively growing in popularity. Targeting Network Attached Storage (NAS...

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The Path to Global Peace

One hundred and twenty-two years ago, in 1897, King Chulalongkorn visited Rome and met Pope Leo XIII in audience, the first time that a non-Christian...

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