Integrity: The Foundation for a Strong Financial Sector

The Oxford Dictionary defines integrity as “the quality of being  honest  and  morally  upright  and  firm  in  your  moral  principles.” Traditionally, integrity of the financial sector relates to financial institutions and  affiliated  persons  and  institutions’ adherence  to  standards  that  are  rooted in laws, regulations, guidelines and recommendations issued by the supervisory a...

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Africa Must Be treated With Dignity

The condemning of US President Donald Trump's reference to African nations as "shitholes"...

Integrity: The Foundation for a Strong Financial Sector

The lack of confidence in the global financial sector points to the failure of the supervi...

Patrice Lumumba: Commemorating the 57th Anniversary of his Assassination

Africans must revisit this history and protect our genuine leaders and the continent’s res...

Islamic Finance - Building Solutions for a Sustainable Future

This is what Shariah calls us to do - to benefit the people and planet; and bringing great...

Are You Competing Against The Right Person?

YOUR life is a competition: it is a series of activities and events in which YOU strive to...

Detailed Teacher Guides will help Uganda to Solve Learning Crisis in Schools

Guides create more dynamic classroom environments.

From Crypto Currency Mining to DDos Attacks: The New Multi-featured Mobile Trojan Loapi Discovered

Kaspersky Lab researchers have identified a new intriguing malware with multiple modules,...

Married Or Single: How to Thrive As a Female Entrepreneur

Married and single female entrepreneurs have different challenges and different advantages

African Union Internal Funding Bid Should Be Actualized

If African nations still rely on external funding to run their umbrella body since they go...

Can Interfacing with Ghosts and Spirits Heal War Victims and Conflict-Affected Communities?

Complex beliefs and psychology revolving around the existence of “life after death” as wel...

Customer Service: Key to Business Growth

Most businesses in our clime do not go beyond the start-up level because the owners don’t...

Using The Past to Build The Present and Future

History must seek to answer questions such as: after more than 50 years of nationhood, whe...

Education: How to Skyrocket Your Skills

By using the internet for e-learning, students can plan their study time around their dail...

Why Raila Odinga Must Abandon the Swearing in Project

Raila does not need to shoot himself in the foot by tarnishing the legacy he built for man...

A Robust African Union in 2018

In 2018, Member States will be funding almost 40% of the African Union programme budget, c...

Editorial
African Union Internal Funding Bid Should Be Actualized

The African Union’s bid to have its member states fund almost 40% of its programme budget in 2018 is a step in the right direction. Although this financial independence initiative was mooted...

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Africa Must Be treated With Dignity

The condemning of US President Donald Trump's reference to African nations as "shitholes" by the African Union, a group representing the continent's countries, and African ambassador...

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Reclaiming Africa’s Lost Art

Africa has over the decades lost its cultural heritage to war, looters, archaeological searches, dealers, and sometimes even tourists looking for unus...

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Cairo-Addis Ababa Dispute Must Be Settled

Egypt and Ethiopia are embroiled in a tussle over a multi-billion dollar dam project on the Nile river. The dispute, which also involves Sudan, center...

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Term Limits: What Africa Should Do

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni’s  signing of  the bill that removes a presidential age limit of 75 from the country's constitution into la...

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Letters to Editor
We Denounce the Coup Against President Robert Mugabe

If indeed President Robert Mugabe has tendered a letter of resignation as the Speaker of the Zimbabwe House of Assembly claims, then let us be honest enough to recognize and acknowledge that...

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President Akufo-Addo’s Leadership On the Weighing...

Ghana has been going through very unbearable moments since January 07, 2017, when the mantle of leadership and a peaceful nation was handed over to Pr...

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Politicizing Death: Where Is Humanity Around J-1 i...

On the the second of September, a fire that gutted a girls’ dormitory at Moi High School, claiming the lives of 10 students with many others criticall...

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s National Day Broadcas...

The entire national day broadcast by President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) on the occasion of Nigeria’s 57th independence is quite disappointing in all ram...

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An Independent AU ECOSOCC Secretariat Needed

Rather than state that the African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU ECOSOCC) has failed in its mandate since 2004, this version is true...

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Perspectives
Married Or Single: How to Thrive As a Female Entrepreneur

Recent research suggests that married women are more likely to be successful entrepreneurs than single women. The assumption is that, because married women – or women with partners – have mo...

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Patrice Lumumba: Commemorating the 57th Anniversary of his Assassination

January and February are two of the saddest months for most Africans and people of African descent on the continent and in the African diaspora. The source of this melancholy is Europe and t...

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Ethnic Hatred and the Future of Ethiopia

WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO US? Why have so many students at our universities, soccer fans and civilians been killed or wounded these past weeks and month...

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One Nigeria: One People

I wonder what else is left to be said about Nigeria’s unity that has not already been said. The greater wonder is that we have been speaking on this o...

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A Robust African Union in 2018

2017 was a particularly eventful year, with the assumption of duty of a new Commission. I had the privilege of serving with a diverse group of individ...

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Education: How to Skyrocket Your Skills

Education, it has been said, is the key to success. One easy to access education tool are online courses. Online courses are available for nearly ever...

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Regions
The 5th AU-EU Summit Final Declaration

Investing in Youth for Accelerated Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development We, the Heads of State and Government of Member States of the African Union (AU) and European Union (EU), t...

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2018: The Year of Implementing China’s 19th CPC National Congress Resolutions

It is only natural that hard work pays off, and it brings changes for the better every day. In 2017, we held the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, embarking on a new jo...

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Trade Justice Good for America and the World

We seek robust trade relationships rooted in the principles of fairness and reciprocity. When the United States enters into a trading relationship wit...

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Seizing the Opportunity of a Global Economy in Tra...

The Asia-Pacific, has the biggest share of the global economy; and it is a major engine driving global growth. The business community is a primary con...

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Strengthening France-Africa Partnership

I did not come here to tell you that we were going to make a great speech to start a new chapter in France and Africa’s relationship. Nor did I come t...

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Africa and Europe: Shared Future

Africa and Europe share a past – and we share a future. Strengthening our partnership will help us to address mutual concerns and challenges. What...

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The 15th IREN Africa Resource...