What Next After Termination of the Doing Business Report?

The decision by the World Bank to halt the publication of the Doing Business Report has elicited mixed reactions, though most of the reactions seem to be celebratory – was it disliked that much? Yours truly is somehow pinned at a crossroad contemplating whether to sympathise with the World Bank or attempt to join the militancy bandwagon to further demonise the Doing Business Report, a...

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Due to COVID-19, Nigeria’s economic growth rate declined to -1.8% in 2020. This mirrors th...

What Next After Termination of the Doing Business Report?

The decision by the World Bank to halt the publication of the Doing Business Report has el...

Re-imagining the Ethiopia Crisis: What the U.S. Can Do

Every day the U.S. issues another warning about the humanitarian crisis in Tigray while it...

Kenya’s Constitution 2010, a Model of Participatory Political Process

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Russia Chases Missed Economic Opportunities in Nigeria

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Political Violence: Business Survival Strategies

Businesses in South Africa experienced major losses in July from physical damage, business...

Africa Must Have a Permanent Seat in the UN Security Council

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SDGs in Africa Within Reach If the Continent Pulls Together

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Bottom-Up Economy: Other Areas Ruto Should Focus On

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Editorial
Will eSwatini’s Birth Pangs Yield Dividends?

Trouble is brewing in eSwatini, the country of Africa's last absolute monarch King Mswati III. The monarch changed the country’s name from Swaziland to eSwatini as a symbol of accepting...

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Is Racism in Football Finally Being Addressed?

The pictures of England’s Bukayo Saka looking dejected after losing the penalty shootout but teammates consoling him captured by Carl Recine/Reuters are a gesture worthy of commendation. Eng...

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Will eSwatini’s Birth Pangs Yield Dividends?

Trouble is brewing in eSwatini, the country of Africa's last absolute monarch King Mswati III. The monarch changed the country’s name from Swazila...

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Is Racism in Football Finally Being Addressed?

The pictures of England’s Bukayo Saka looking dejected after losing the penalty shootout but teammates consoling him captured by Carl Recine/Reuters a...

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Letters to Editor
The Role of Ethiopian Airlines in the War on the Tigray Region of Ethiopia

Official Correspondence GSTS-O.C-2021-086 The Global Society of Tigray Scholars and Professionals (GSTS)i International Air Transport Agency (IATA) Montreal, Canada International Civil...

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Bottom-Up Economy: Other Areas Ruto Should Focus On

The bottom-up economic model which is Deputy President William Ruto’s campaign mantra in the quest for Presidency is not alien to Kenyans. The wording may not be the same, but the concept ha...

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The Role of Ethiopian Airlines in the War on the T...

Official Correspondence GSTS-O.C-2021-086 The Global Society of Tigray Scholars and Professionals (GSTS)i International Air Transport Agency (IATA)...

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Bottom-Up Economy: Other Areas Ruto Should Focus O...

The bottom-up economic model which is Deputy President William Ruto’s campaign mantra in the quest for Presidency is not alien to Kenyans. The wording...

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Perspectives
SDGs in Africa Within Reach If the Continent Pulls Together

“22 of the richest men in the world have more wealth than all of the women in Africa” and “if all the money that North Americans spend on pizza was given to the poor in Africa, poverty on th...

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Political Violence: Business Survival Strategies

Businesses in South Africa experienced major losses in July from physical damage, business interruption, and loss of revenue, looting, vandalism caused by civil commotion, protests and riots...

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SDGs in Africa Within Reach If the Continent Pulls...

“22 of the richest men in the world have more wealth than all of the women in Africa” and “if all the money that North Americans spend on pizza was gi...

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Political Violence: Business Survival Strategies

Businesses in South Africa experienced major losses in July from physical damage, business interruption, and loss of revenue, looting, vandalism cause...

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Regions
Kaspersky Marks International Day for Universal Access to Information

International Access to Information Day is celebrated on 28 September. This day was initiated by the international organisation, UNESCO to promote the adoption of freedom of information laws...

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Design Thinking: The Need of The Hour

Governments across the world race to digitalize public e-services, however, for some the efforts fall short as citizens are less than eager to use the new and improved solutions. A press...

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Kaspersky Marks International Day for Universal Ac...

International Access to Information Day is celebrated on 28 September. This day was initiated by the international organisation, UNESCO to promote the...

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Design Thinking: The Need of The Hour

Governments across the world race to digitalize public e-services, however, for some the efforts fall short as citizens are less than eager to use the...

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