Towards an African Energy Doctrine and Alternative Sources of Electricity

In 1960 Senegalese scholar, Pan Africanist and Nuclear Physicist, Dr Cheikh Anta Diop outlined his ideas on establishing a federal system for all African countries similar to a common market and the industrialisation of Africa. One does not hear in the current crop of leaders the urgency with which Diop and earlier Pan Africanists like Robert Sobukwe and Kwame Nkrumah spoke about the...

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Important Tips for Graduands

Create new models that ensure you are balanced in your efforts to help the planet and peop...

The Role of Education in Responding to Changes in The Global Economy

Over the past 30 years, the world has undergone a radical transformation driven by two mai...

Valentine’s Day: The Irony

Valentine’s Day, like all modern holidays, has become a widely commercialized holiday, wit...

Freedom: The Key Factor in All Successful Societies

We should revert to the libertarian principles of democratic freedom, merit-based competit...

Coronavirus: WCC Emphasizes Accurate Information and Prevention

Fake news has been distracting people from responding effectively

Thabo Mbeki’s Sanitization of De Klerk is Embarrassing

Mbeki refused to endorse a class action against US corporations that did business with the...

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia: Sixty Years and Still Growing Stronger

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, one of Russia's largest internationally oriented...

Democracy Key to Horn of Africa Development

2020 is an election year in the greater Horn of Africa

Beware: Malicious Programs Pretend to be Popular Films or TV Shows

To avoid falling victim to malicious programs pretending to be popular films or TV shows,...

Promoting Electoral Integrity Through Observance of Legal Justice in Tanzania

We Tanzanians have not yet reflected enough on democracy through elections,

The Diminishing Liberal International Order and Age of Impunity

The liberal international order is becoming less liberal, less international and less orde...

How the Survival of Open Societies is Endangered

Open Society has not always needed defending as it does today.

Towards an African Energy Doctrine and Alternative Sources of Electricity

Establishment of the African grid would allow for power from Zaire to be delivered even to...

New Book “Making Africa World’s Largest Economy” Prescribes Solutions to Africa’s Problems

A new book titled “Making Africa World’s Largest Economy” that inspires Africa to think of...

Data Protection in 2020: Facing New Challenges

I want data protection to be an enabler of good practices, which empower individuals and s...

Editorial
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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Brexit: What Does the Future Hold?

At last, Britain has ended almost half a century of European Union membership, making a historic exit after years of bitter arguments to chart its own uncertain path in the world. Brexit has...

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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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Brexit: What Does the Future Hold?

At last, Britain has ended almost half a century of European Union membership, making a historic exit after years of bitter arguments to chart its own...

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Letters to Editor
Thabo Mbeki’s Sanitization of De Klerk is Embarrassing

Former President of neocolonial South Africa Mr. Thabo Mbeki claims apartheid President FW De Klerk didn’t know that there was a UN convention declaring apartheid crime against humanity. Thi...

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Valentine’s Day: The Irony

Valentine’s Day, like all modern holidays, has become a widely commercialized holiday, with the average amount spent on gifts increasing by $60 over the past decade. Monetized love has al...

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Thabo Mbeki’s Sanitization of De Klerk is Embarras...

Former President of neocolonial South Africa Mr. Thabo Mbeki claims apartheid President FW De Klerk didn’t know that there was a UN convention declari...

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Valentine’s Day: The Irony

Valentine’s Day, like all modern holidays, has become a widely commercialized holiday, with the average amount spent on gifts increasing by $60 over t...

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Perspectives
The Role of Education in Responding to Changes in The Global Economy

I will first describe the main changes that are taking place in the global economy, focusing on their consequences for employment and work opportunities. I will then discuss the role of educ...

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Important Tips for Graduands

How many of you believe in luck? Anyone? Perhaps no one or very few. I personally believe there is luck, only that it happens to those who are prepared. A Roman philosopher reminds us that ‘...

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The Role of Education in Responding to Changes in...

I will first describe the main changes that are taking place in the global economy, focusing on their consequences for employment and work opportuniti...

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Important Tips for Graduands

How many of you believe in luck? Anyone? Perhaps no one or very few. I personally believe there is luck, only that it happens to those who are prepare...

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Regions
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia: Sixty Years and Still Growing Stronger

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, one of Russia's largest internationally oriented, educational and research institutions, has marked the 60th year of its establishment with...

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Freedom: The Key Factor in All Successful Societies

In 1989 the American Academic, Francis Fukuyama, proclaimed that the “end of history” had arrived: “What we may be witnessing is not just the end of the Cold War, or the passing of a particu...

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Peoples' Friendship University of Russia: Sixty Ye...

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, one of Russia's largest internationally oriented, educational and research institutions, has marked...

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Freedom: The Key Factor in All Successful Societie...

In 1989 the American Academic, Francis Fukuyama, proclaimed that the “end of history” had arrived: “What we may be witnessing is not just the end of t...

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