Steering Fintech for a Prosperous Society

About 20 years ago, a modem used to produce some characteristic sound when connecting to the internet. It was the latest technology at that time, and it was the envy of older generations who had never dreamed of seeing such luxuries during their lifetimes.This was the sound of the world of connectivity that was about to be unleashed. Back then, the fastest home connection time was 56...

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IREN Announces Winners of The IREN Technologies & Innovations Challenge 2018

The key objective of ITIC-2018 is to grow a constituency of young people who take initiati...

Changing Africa One Person at a Time

Sing your song. Sing it loud, and sing in your own voice your own way.

Senegal’s Museum of Black Civilizations A Step in the Right Direction

The opening of the Senegal-based Museum of Black Civilizations is welcome news.

Ethiopia: Upholding Truth in a Post-Repressive Society

In a post-repressive society like ours, can we Ethiopians build a strong foundation of fre...

Why South Africa is Built on Sand

One wonders what people in South Africa and outside the borders of South Africa think abou...

National Dialogue: Museveni Sleeping Pill to Ugandans?

I still believe that as a Country, we should pick lessons from the past and shape a hybrid...

COMESA: Stock Taking of Progress

COMESA free trade area now consists of 15 of the 21 Member States and this will rise to 17...

Steering Fintech for a Prosperous Society

About 20 years ago, a modem used to produce some characteristic sound when connecting to t...

African Women in Conflict Prevention and Mediation

Of the many challenges facing the African continent, the quest for peace and security is u...

Advantages of Bitcoin-Based Money Transfers

Bitcoin and other virtual currencies offer a range of unique benefits for people who regul...

Cooperation: Africa Must Style Up!

The suffering of the African people today is because of the theft of our resources by our...

Africa’s Role in the World

Beware of hard empty rhetoric

Kenya MSEs Strategy: A New Storyline Needed

By learning from this subaltern knowledge, we shall know how to engage with them without f...

Who Killed John F. Kennedy? Conspiracy Theories

This year marks the fifty fifth anniversary of the assassination of US President, John Fit...

Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia Confederation: Will the Center Hold?

There is a fog of mystery, even unreality, surrounding crucial aspects of this great and p...

Editorial
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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Senegal’s Museum of Black Civilizations A Step in the Right Direction

The opening of the Senegal-based Museum of Black Civilizations is welcome news. Spread over an area of 14,000 m2 with a capacity of 18,000 pieces of art, the museum is expected to conserve c...

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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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Senegal’s Museum of Black Civilizations A Step in...

The opening of the Senegal-based Museum of Black Civilizations is welcome news. Spread over an area of 14,000 m2 with a capacity of 18,000 pieces of a...

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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
Why South Africa is Built on Sand

One wonders what people in South Africa and outside the borders of South Africa think about the laying of criminal charges by some politicians against other politicians - charges that don’t...

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Ethiopia: Upholding Truth in a Post-Repressive Society

Most of the modern things in Ethiopia, like cars, airplanes, trains, telecommunications, newspapers, typewriters and such like, were introduced by King Menelik II. He brought these things fo...

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Why South Africa is Built on Sand

One wonders what people in South Africa and outside the borders of South Africa think about the laying of criminal charges by some politicians against...

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Ethiopia: Upholding Truth in a Post-Repressive Soc...

Most of the modern things in Ethiopia, like cars, airplanes, trains, telecommunications, newspapers, typewriters and such like, were introduced by Kin...

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Regions
Who Killed John F. Kennedy? Conspiracy Theories

This year marks the fifty fifth anniversary of the assassination of US President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Who killed Kennedy and why? When are the JFK classified documents going to be decla...

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Changing Africa One Person at a Time

In 2002, I was invited to spend 10 days and nights with Nelson Mandela. We shared 29 consecutive meals—breakfast, lunch and dinner at his table in Qunu. For me to have a seat at this man’s t...

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Who Killed John F. Kennedy? Conspiracy Theories

This year marks the fifty fifth anniversary of the assassination of US President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Who killed Kennedy and why? When are the JF...

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Changing Africa One Person at a Time

In 2002, I was invited to spend 10 days and nights with Nelson Mandela. We shared 29 consecutive meals—breakfast, lunch and dinner at his table in Qun...

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