Energy Provision: Why South Africa is Blundering

About sixty years ago, Senegalese scholar and Nuclear Physicist, Dr Cheikh Anta Diop wrote about Africa's energy doctrine. Dr Diop outlined nine energy sources that Africa can tap to generate electricity. But we still have a problem of electricity supply in South Africa. In the country, electricity supply is cut in turns in what is called called load shedding. The ANC government i...

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Prospective Somalia Petroleum Sales: The Missing Link

Governments are only as good as their engagement with the public is

Antimicrobial Resistance: Interventions in Developing Countries

Recommends that clinical trials of medical interventions routinely collect social data to...

Only Africa Will Save Africa

Economic development is a not a PhD in Economics, but rather commitment by a nation to sto...

Energy Provision: Why South Africa is Blundering

About sixty years ago, Senegalese scholar and Nuclear Physicist, Dr Cheikh Anta Diop wrote...

Banking Regulation and the Benefits of International Cooperation

Our prosperity hinges heavily on the interdependencies of our economies

The African Union Has Achieved Great Strides

I personally – have drawn constant inspiration from African leadership, African vision and...

Rethinking Industrial Policy in Ethiopia

The tradition of ad hoc reasoning and top-down approach of promoting industrial developmen...

African Citizens are the Real Drivers of Africa

Africa is bleeding. Our continent has been struck by opportunists and merchants who have t...

How to Guard Against Financial Risks in Monetary Policy

This calls for consideration of both monetary policy and macro-prudential policy

South Africa´s Double Standards Send Confusing Signals

South Africans are the strangest people one can come across on the African continent. Most...

Digitalisation: Prospects for Africa’s Mining Sector

Home to strategic minerals, cheap labour, less stringent rules, and above-average profit m...

Norwegian-African Business: What to Expect in 2019

Africa is an increasingly important trading partner for Norway

Enactus Kenya Champions Industry and Academia Linkage to Promote Smart Solutions and Employability Skills

Enactus Kenya has rolled out a platform that will enable private sector, active in use of...

Enactus Kenya Champions Industry and Academia Linkage to Promote Smart Solutions and Employability Skills

As Kenya strives to join the league of countries with smart cities, we are proud to inculc...

Tuku’s Death: A Lost Chance to Foster Zimbabwe National Unity

Legendary musician Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi’s death touched many in an extraordinary way

Editorial
Africans Should Redefine Their Identity

President Museveni’s castigation of Miss Uganda Quiin Abenakyo for wearing ‘fake’ Indian hair and her subsequent compliance when she appeared in natural African hair at a dinner at his count...

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The African Union Must Be Principled

At a recent news conference about the election in DR Congo, the African Union (AU) said it had “taken note” of the Constitutional Court’s decision but did not explicitly say it recognised Ts...

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Africans Should Redefine Their Identity

President Museveni’s castigation of Miss Uganda Quiin Abenakyo for wearing ‘fake’ Indian hair and her subsequent compliance when she appeared in natur...

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The African Union Must Be Principled

At a recent news conference about the election in DR Congo, the African Union (AU) said it had “taken note” of the Constitutional Court’s decision but...

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Letters to Editor
African Citizens are the Real Drivers of Africa

Africa is bleeding. Our continent has been struck by opportunists and merchants who have traded every single item from the body of Africans to the soul of our race. We have been restructured...

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Prospective Somalia Petroleum Sales: The Missing Link

The Missing Link that could have helped the Farmajo Government on The Unveiling of Somalia’s Petroleum Mystery On February 7, 2019, Somalia conducted its first roadshow and unveiled offic...

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African Citizens are the Real Drivers of Africa

Africa is bleeding. Our continent has been struck by opportunists and merchants who have traded every single item from the body of Africans to the sou...

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Prospective Somalia Petroleum Sales: The Missing L...

The Missing Link that could have helped the Farmajo Government on The Unveiling of Somalia’s Petroleum Mystery On February 7, 2019, Somalia conduct...

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Perspectives
The African Union Has Achieved Great Strides

In the search for durable solutions to forced displacement, the world – and, indeed, I personally – have drawn constant inspiration from African leadership, African vision and African compas...

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Only Africa Will Save Africa

While there are several books, researches and publications on Africa prospects, at the end, it is up to the Africans to recognize what impedes their desires and rise internally to confront/d...

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The African Union Has Achieved Great Strides

In the search for durable solutions to forced displacement, the world – and, indeed, I personally – have drawn constant inspiration from African leade...

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Only Africa Will Save Africa

While there are several books, researches and publications on Africa prospects, at the end, it is up to the Africans to recognize what impedes their d...

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Regions
Banking Regulation and the Benefits of International Cooperation

We are probably all having quite difficult conversations in our jurisdictions at the moment about what transatlantic cooperation - and what international cooperation - can do to achieve a pr...

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Antimicrobial Resistance: Interventions in Developing Countries

Antimicrobial resistance: interventions to reduce antibiotics require tailored approach in developing countries Study led by University of Warwick examined adherence by clinicians and...

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Banking Regulation and the Benefits of Internation...

We are probably all having quite difficult conversations in our jurisdictions at the moment about what transatlantic cooperation - and what internatio...

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Antimicrobial Resistance: Interventions in Develop...

Antimicrobial resistance: interventions to reduce antibiotics require tailored approach in developing countries Study led by University of Warwi...

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