All articles in 'Perspectives'


Somalia Should Not Meddle With Foreign Policy

It's paramount that Somalia's government officials should stop mingling local politics with foreign...

9th February 2021
Experts Share Privacy Predictions For 2021

Multi-party computations, differential privacy and federated learning are going to become more widel...

2nd February 2021
South African Nuclear Energy Chief Pleads for Ener...

The power industry in South Africa is faced with huge challenges.

2nd February 2021
Non-Tariff Barriers and Related Dispute Resolution...

The East African Community (EAC) has several avenues to use to address/eliminate non-tariff barriers...

26th January 2021
Cyber Security Talent – A Critical National Priori...

The cyber security industry is currently facing a monumental shortfall in security professionals

26th January 2021
Staff in Small Companies Need Employer Support Les...

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many companies, but small businesses have suffered more than othe...

19th January 2021
Kenya’s UN Security Council Membership: Sign of Gr...

Kenya took up its place as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, the world...

19th January 2021
Kaspersky Advanced Threat predictions for 2021

While we don’t have a crystal ball that can reveal the future, we can try to make educated guesses u...

12th January 2021
The Science of News Content: Reading Between the L...

The danger with the news is we get so comfortable with it in our lives that we think that the news i...

12th January 2021
Ethiopia-Somalia Dalliance and the East Africa Mer...

Pres. Farmajo still believes in the treacherous, collapsing “East Africa Merger” yearning for dictat...

5th January 2021
BBI and Ethical Culture: Which Way for Kenya?

The destiny of any society is pegged on actions, thoughts, mores, habits, and the characters of ever...

5th January 2021
Tigray Social Engineering Bid: A Nazi Style Genoci...

Deacon Kibert is a tremendously divisive figure in the Ethiopian religious, ethnic and political lan...

29th December 2020
Africapitalism: Why the African Youth Must Take Ow...

Our ability to dare, to dream and to dive in remains a major ingredient for economic transformation...

29th December 2020
Signis-Africa Citizen Journalist of Hope

The “contagion of hope” those golden words of Pope Francis, are but a re-presentation of the entire...

22nd December 2020
The Place of Analytical and Creative Thinking

There are 3 types of people in this world: analytical thinkers, creative thinkers and people who are...

22nd December 2020
Can We Rise from the COVID-19 Ashes and Win the Cl...

Now, as countries grapple with the debilitating impacts of COVID-19, it can even seem like the focus...

15th December 2020
Ghana: Citadel of Democracy

Ghana has shown its democratic credentials by holding peaceful elections, both presidential and parl...

15th December 2020
Debunking the Myths. How Machine Learning (ML) Ben...

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is defined as ‘the theory and development of computer systems able to p...

8th December 2020
Rethinking Global Partnerships and Africa’s Econom...

We live in unprecedented and challenging times with the COVID pandemic.

8th December 2020
GovTech Sees Window of Opportunity as Pandemic Spu...

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for governments to regain credibility.

1st December 2020
Developing Skills Responsive to the Changing Labou...

The unemployment challenge and skills gap are part of the broader problem whose roots can be traced...

1st December 2020
An African Perspective on Real Assets

Africa (excluding South Africa) has a chronic shortage of high-quality retail and office real estate...

3rd November 2020
Competence-Based Education: A Pragmatic Solution t...

Unemployment is and remains to be one of the biggest challenges facing many countries all over the w...

3rd November 2020
Mauritius: Proposals for Meaningful Structural Ref...

The restart of economic activity globally has broadened and is still running moderately ahead of exp...

27th October 2020
Ivory Coast and the Peril of Third Term Presidenc...

The ECOWAS needs to quickly and inviolably intervene and address the matter in Ivory Coast

20th October 2020
The Disastrous Disaster Risk Management in Ethiopi...

The memories of ordinary victims of natural disasters are so fresh that they use the occurrence of d...

20th October 2020
Elections in Tanzania: A Review

Some 15 presidential contenders have entered the race for State House, two of them in the front line...

13th October 2020
Africa Could Surprise Again If Mobility Enhancing...

Can this success story be replicated as the continent now turns to fixing its economies?

13th October 2020
Dangerous Developments in the Ethiopian Political...

Some attribute the volatility of Ethiopian politics to its beginning – the revolutionary era of the...

6th October 2020
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African Perceptions of the Eur...