Cutting Edge Technologies: Pros and Cons

The most fascinating thing about cutting edge technologies is the speed – they move at warp speed. Ninety percent of the data that exists today in the world was created in the last two years. To store one megabyte of data in the 1960s, the cost was something like $1 million dollars. The cost is now less than 2 cents. Things are moving really very quickly. Technologies like block chain...

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Cutting Edge Technologies: Pros and Cons

Things are moving really very quickly.

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Editorial
Cameroon Tensions are a Blight on Africa's Image

The escalating tensions in Cameroon are a scourge on the image of Africa. Anglophone secessionists have imposed curfews and closed schools as part of their protest against President Paul Biy...

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Western Pressure: Will Tanzania Budge?

Tanzania faces a diplomatic and financial backlash from European nations for its anti-gay stand. The West sees this as an affront against human rights. The European Union recalled its chief...

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Cameroon Tensions are a Blight on Africa's Image

The escalating tensions in Cameroon are a scourge on the image of Africa. Anglophone secessionists have imposed curfews and closed schools as part of...

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Western Pressure: Will Tanzania Budge?

Tanzania faces a diplomatic and financial backlash from European nations for its anti-gay stand. The West sees this as an affront against human rights...

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Letters to Editor
Khashoggi Murder: No Stone Should Be Left Unturned

The cruelty numbs. The sheer barbarity conjures the image of cavemen polished by the power of money and immunized from impunity because, after all, any recklessness can be understood with th...

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Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Malawi

Let me share with you areas that need attention in Malawi.  Health The health system in Malawi is well structured but there is need to intervene in the provision of drugs, ambulances a...

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Khashoggi Murder: No Stone Should Be Left Unturned

The cruelty numbs. The sheer barbarity conjures the image of cavemen polished by the power of money and immunized from impunity because, after all, an...

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Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Malawi

Let me share with you areas that need attention in Malawi.  Health The health system in Malawi is well structured but there is need to intervene...

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Perspectives
The African Market: A Terrible Reality

No Market for Boats The African market is the total exchange of products and services where Africans are concerned.  Goods and services on offer are from African people to other Africans...

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The African Market: A Terrible Reality

No Market for Boats The African market is the total exchange of products and services where Africans are concerned.  Goods and services on offer ar...

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Regions
Announcing the Membership in News Fund

In its efforts to encourage robust and interactive membership practices with news organizations around the world, the Membership Puzzle Project, based at New York University, is partnering w...

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Demolitions in Kenya: How Legal Is Your Legal Title Deed?

One of the biggest challenges that the Real Estate Market faces in Kenya has traditionally been the fear of title deed authenticity. Fake transactions have created fear to investors who rema...

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Announcing the Membership in News Fund

In its efforts to encourage robust and interactive membership practices with news organizations around the world, the Membership Puzzle Project, based...

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Demolitions in Kenya: How Legal Is Your Legal Titl...

One of the biggest challenges that the Real Estate Market faces in Kenya has traditionally been the fear of title deed authenticity. Fake transactions...

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