How Africa Can Control The World: The Case Of Zambia

1. Protect African Raw Materials And Intellect: Historically, Africa has given its most precious resources almost for null - sometimes insultingly in exchange for mirrors, spoons or cloth or rancorous political favours. Now, that should come to an end. Africa should publish its findings, take interest in its people's inventions, promote African-birthed technologies and publish man...

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Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Moving Beyond

The practice of sport in general, and football in particular, is one of the main pathways...

Ethiopia: Who Released The Monster Out Of His Cage?

I express my deepest condolences to the Ethiopian people and the families of those who wer...

Africa Awaits Russia's Investment

Russia has been looking to raise its existing relationship with African countries and Afre...

Why Africa Rising is a Tall Order

Why is Africa, home to sixty percent of the world’s remaining arable land, vast water sour...

Deconstructing the Privatization Scam – A Very British Disease

In Ethiopia, the next big item for sale is the Ethio Telecom

Africa-EU Agriculture and Food Security Cooperation

We have entered into a new phase of cooperation with African Farmers Organisations

Russia-Africa Economic Ties

Russia and African countries are bound by friendly relations and partnerships that have a...

How Africa Can Control The World: The Case Of Zambia

Duplicity has its own value, but Africa must embrace who and what it is and love what it c...

Protectionist Tendencies: Implications for Macroeconomic Policy in Africa

Protectionism is not the right answer to the economic challenges that some economies are w...

Ideal and Policies of Pluralism: The Gap

Our world is getting better - but not as quickly as we might hope

Increasing Innovation and the Future of Money and Payments

The raison d'être of central banks is to safeguard the stability of the monetary system

Agenda 2063—The Concept and its Links to SDGs

In 2013, the African Union adopted the “Agenda 2063: The Africa We Want.”

Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University Wins 2019 Varsity Business Exposition

The team which trounced 13 other Enactus Kenya Affiliate teams from both public and privat...

Collision of Cultures and Communication in Forest Conservation Campaigns in Kenya

Kenya has been promoting the participation of rural communities in the management and util...

Peaceful Coexistence and Religious Tolerance

Mankind’s age-old search for peace is at last beginning to achieve some success.

Editorial
Sudan: How Much More Blood Should Spill for the World to Wake Up?

How many more people should die before the AU and the world respond to the crisis in Sudan?  The African Union's Peace and Security Council’s  vote to suspend Sudan from all AU activitie...

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Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Moving Beyond

The ongoing Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt evokes the power of sports to unite the continent. Momentarily, many of Africa’s  nations that are dealing with conflict, economic colla...

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Sudan: How Much More Blood Should Spill for the Wo...

How many more people should die before the AU and the world respond to the crisis in Sudan?  The African Union's Peace and Security Council’s  vot...

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Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Moving Beyond

The ongoing Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt evokes the power of sports to unite the continent. Momentarily, many of Africa’s  nations that a...

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Letters to Editor
Why Africa Rising is a Tall Order

Why is Africa, home to sixty percent of the world’s remaining arable land, vast water sources and agro-ecological zones, still food-insecure and net food importer? Africa’s annual food impor...

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Ethiopia: Who Released The Monster Out Of His Cage?

I express my deepest condolences to the Ethiopian people and the families of those who were cowardly murdered while on their respective duties. You are our martyrs! Let’s talk about the h...

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Why Africa Rising is a Tall Order

Why is Africa, home to sixty percent of the world’s remaining arable land, vast water sources and agro-ecological zones, still food-insecure and net f...

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Ethiopia: Who Released The Monster Out Of His Cage...

I express my deepest condolences to the Ethiopian people and the families of those who were cowardly murdered while on their respective duties. You ar...

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Perspectives
Ideal and Policies of Pluralism: The Gap

The tension between unity and pluralism, between the whole and its constituent parts, has been debated by thinkers and philosophers for thousands of years. Two millennia ago, the Indian empe...

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Deconstructing the Privatization Scam – A Very British Disease

In Ethiopia, the next big item for sale is the Ethio Telecom. The Prime Minister is excited about it, his advisors are committed to it, and the World Bank is doing the advising. The justific...

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Ideal and Policies of Pluralism: The Gap

The tension between unity and pluralism, between the whole and its constituent parts, has been debated by thinkers and philosophers for thousands of y...

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Deconstructing the Privatization Scam – A Very Bri...

In Ethiopia, the next big item for sale is the Ethio Telecom. The Prime Minister is excited about it, his advisors are committed to it, and the World...

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Regions
Protectionist Tendencies: Implications for Macroeconomic Policy in Africa

In its latest Regional Economic Outlook for sub-Saharan Africa, the IMF has estimated growth to pick up from 3 percent in 2018 to 3.5 percent in 2019. The economic recovery under way is a po...

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Russia-Africa Economic Ties

Russia and African countries are bound by friendly relations and partnerships that have a solid historical foundation. But with all due respect for the past (and we must remember it), it is...

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Protectionist Tendencies: Implications for Macroec...

In its latest Regional Economic Outlook for sub-Saharan Africa, the IMF has estimated growth to pick up from 3 percent in 2018 to 3.5 percent in 2019....

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Russia-Africa Economic Ties

Russia and African countries are bound by friendly relations and partnerships that have a solid historical foundation. But with all due respect for th...

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