Africa: Waking Up the Sleeping Giant

Africa is the origin of man, four and a half million years ago. All human beings only lived in Africa until about 100,000 years ago.  The last ice-age ended 11,700 years ago.  Before that, people could not live in many parts of the North of our Globe. Therefore, the European Stock (Europeans, Americans, Canadians, Australians), the Asians, the Arabs etc., are all former Africans. They lo...

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Converting Africa’s Potential to Reality

Arise, Africa, for now is your destined time!

Kenya Property Market 2019: Hyper Supply or Recession?

Real estate in general is a tricky investment option

Solly Mapaila Erred on Robert Sobukwe

Mapaila claims Sobukwe had freedom on Robben Island. He doesn’t even know what freedom is

Distributed Ledger Technology and Large Value Payments: A Global Game Approach

Payment systems built around distributed ledger technology (DLT) operate by maintaining id...

Ethiopia: Why Habeshas Must Stop Racism

Racism is not just based on skin color or ethnic background.

INEC: The Shame That is Nigerian Elections

By virtue of being Nigerians, we have lost the biological ability for shock.

Africa: Waking Up the Sleeping Giant

Africa is the origin of man, four and a half million years ago.

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

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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

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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
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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Solly Mapaila Erred on Robert Sobukwe

In an article of 13 February 2019 written by Bongani Nkosi and published in the Star under the headline, “SACP’s Mapaila claims apartheid regime favoured #RobertSobukwe” Solly Mapaila claims...

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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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Solly Mapaila Erred on Robert Sobukwe

In an article of 13 February 2019 written by Bongani Nkosi and published in the Star under the headline, “SACP’s Mapaila claims apartheid regime favou...

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Perspectives
INEC: The Shame That is Nigerian Elections

By virtue of being Nigerians, we have lost the biological ability for shock. Our shock absorbers are so strong and unbreakable. The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, had about...

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Kenya Property Market 2019: Hyper Supply or Recession?

Real estate in general is a tricky investment option. People have the wrong belief that since real estate is an asset-backed investment and it has liquidation value, it is risk free. That is...

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INEC: The Shame That is Nigerian Elections

By virtue of being Nigerians, we have lost the biological ability for shock. Our shock absorbers are so strong and unbreakable. The Independent Nation...

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Kenya Property Market 2019: Hyper Supply or Recess...

Real estate in general is a tricky investment option. People have the wrong belief that since real estate is an asset-backed investment and it has liq...

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Regions
Converting Africa’s Potential to Reality

For way too long, Africa has been known and defined by negative imageries, of wars and conflicts. The good stories of Africa get shelved aside, but any misstep or challenge is made front new...

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Converting Africa’s Potential to Reality

For way too long, Africa has been known and defined by negative imageries, of wars and conflicts. The good stories of Africa get shelved aside, but an...

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