Global Lessons Learnt from COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world in ways we could never have imagined when it started just over a year ago. More than 110 million cases have now been reported to WHO, and almost 2.5 million people have lost their lives. The pandemic has severely disrupted health systems, including emergency care, primary health care, routine immunization and many other essential services. T...

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Massacre of Italy Ambassador in DRC: A Precursor to Genocide?

There are international carpetbaggers who would like to see the DRC and the region sink in...

Politics: Service to The People

You can serve people in many ways, but if you want to serve people officially, you should...

Analysing and Understanding the National Savings

What is effectively classified as savings in our economic indicators is a strictly monetar...

AfCTFA: A New Dawn for Africa

With the high-level political momentum around the AfCFTA, its ultimate success will depend...

Sensory Surveillance and Smart Devices: The Cost of Convenience

Sensory surveillance and smart devices: why we should care about the cost of convenience

Urgent Call Not to Finance the East African Crude Oil Pipeline

This project is facing widespread and growing resistance.

Re-Imagining Africa

Recreating this image demands establishing meaningful and rewarding presence in the world’...

Global Lessons Learnt from COVID-19

History will not judge us solely by how we ended the COVID-19 pandemic, but what we learne...

Should Companies Appoint Chief Paranoia Officers to Combat Disinformation?

According to a New Knowledge brand disinformation report, more than three-quarters of cons...

Kabila and Tshekedi Should Reconcile and Let DRC Move Ahead

The Kabila––Tshekedi struggle for power should not be viewed as a mere chink. If there is...

Uganda: Social Security Sector Reforms Will Take More Than NSSF Bill Positive Steps

It is therefore important for citizenry to remain focussed on nudging NSSF and broader Pen...

Cementing the China-U.S. Relations

In the past few years, China-U.S. relations deviated from the normal track, and ran into t...

Why Japan Matters

Japan is the second biggest economy in the Asia-Pacific region, next to China.

Uganda: The Passing of NSSF Amendment Bill of 2019

We take opportunity to thank and congratulate Parliament of Uganda for passing the Nationa...

Destination Promotion can Catalyze Tourism

The tourism Industry suffered a slump all over the World due to COVID19 pandemic.

Editorial
IREN – Celebrating 20 Years Unpacking and Interrogating African Issues

Africa continues to face major structural transformations  in a bid to develop and establish presence in the global arena. The continent’s development challenges include new, complex problem...

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Re-Imagining Africa

South Africa has renamed one of its cities Port Elizabeth to Gqeberha, in a series of name changes that have seen Port Elizabeth airport renamed Chief Dawid Stuurman International Airport; T...

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IREN – Celebrating 20 Years Unpacking and Interrog...

Africa continues to face major structural transformations  in a bid to develop and establish presence in the global arena. The continent’s development...

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Re-Imagining Africa

South Africa has renamed one of its cities Port Elizabeth to Gqeberha, in a series of name changes that have seen Port Elizabeth airport renamed Chief...

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Letters to Editor
Urgent Call Not to Finance the East African Crude Oil Pipeline

We, the undersigned 263 civil society organisations (CSOs), are writing to you to share our deep concern about your potential participation in a $2.5 billion project finance loan for the con...

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Massacre of Italy Ambassador in DRC: A Precursor to Genocide?

The death of Italy’s Ambassador to the DRC, Luca Attanasio (44) on that ill-omened day of 21st February, 2021 shocked many. First of all, it was unexpected. That’s because most of the victim...

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Urgent Call Not to Finance the East African Crude...

We, the undersigned 263 civil society organisations (CSOs), are writing to you to share our deep concern about your potential participation in a $2.5...

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Massacre of Italy Ambassador in DRC: A Precursor t...

The death of Italy’s Ambassador to the DRC, Luca Attanasio (44) on that ill-omened day of 21st February, 2021 shocked many. First of all, it was unexp...

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Perspectives
Should Companies Appoint Chief Paranoia Officers to Combat Disinformation?

Shortly after semiconductor giant Broadcom’s 2018 announcement that it planned to acquire CA Technologies — for $19 billion — a somber memorandum under the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD)...

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AfCTFA: A New Dawn for Africa

In the energy-sapping miasma of a virus-infected world, the launch of the world’s biggest free trade area, the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), feels exhilarating. Right now a l...

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Should Companies Appoint Chief Paranoia Officers t...

Shortly after semiconductor giant Broadcom’s 2018 announcement that it planned to acquire CA Technologies — for $19 billion — a somber memorandum unde...

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AfCTFA: A New Dawn for Africa

In the energy-sapping miasma of a virus-infected world, the launch of the world’s biggest free trade area, the African Continental Free Trade Area (Af...

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Regions
Sensory Surveillance and Smart Devices: The Cost of Convenience

Sensory surveillance and smart devices: why we should care about the cost of convenience   Today, most people and households boast a multitude of smart devices, which bring a large measure...

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Analysing and Understanding the National Savings

There have been loads of articles written, mainly by economists and finance professionals, since the start of the Covid pandemic. If we take stock of what is the real substance of these arti...

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Sensory Surveillance and Smart Devices: The Cost o...

Sensory surveillance and smart devices: why we should care about the cost of convenience   Today, most people and households boast a multitude of sm...

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Analysing and Understanding the National Savings

There have been loads of articles written, mainly by economists and finance professionals, since the start of the Covid pandemic. If we take stock of...

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