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Potholes in the Private Sector

Interaction within the private sector should also be guided by principles of self-help, self-respons...

28th March 2006
Debts that Profit

Credit can be a means to improving businesses. Investors should not hesitate to get loans from Micro...

14th March 2006
The Sky is the Limit

Do not be afraid of hurdles. Hurdles make one earn. More and more young Kenyan's need to develop a c...

7th March 2006
A Free Human Mind is Capital

Kalawaani Mwanzo Mpya self help group has gone an extra mile to cope up with the famine by employing...

28th February 2006
Blair: The Hand is Esau’s but the Voice…

Our security and prosperity lie in the spread of values, democracy, social justice, the belief that...

21st February 2006
Food Aid or Food Aids?

Africa-people are not developing economically because they're not being allowed to. If the Asian mod...

14th February 2006
Food Aid or Food Aids?

"There's nothing in anything I've written that says we should let people starve to death, that we sh...

7th February 2006
In Step with Technology

Geographical Information Systems help in better decision making and management of resources. It faci...

31st January 2006
Watch Out, Caveat Donor!

It is imperative for African leaders to address their physical infrastructure and educational needs...

24th January 2006
Your Excellencies: We are Watching Your Steps!

It is time they collectively worked with a view of building true democracy in the continent. We are...

18th January 2006
Linking Blue-chippers to Smallholders

Such benefits have given rise to a youthful farming group, which initially perceived farming as a pr...

10th June 2008
Ambassador to Africa

You don’t need to blame everybody else for your status quo. Make history! Bring change! Do something...

16th May 2006
The Art of Self Repackaging

To sustain a business one has to be tough. One time you make profits and the next time losses. This...

23rd May 2006
Investing in Real Estate Firms

In property management what matters is volume. We gain a little from each client however little and...

29th November 2006
Liberating Kenyans from the Yoke of Ethnicity

We need to redefine our geographical displacement in a bid to blend the various ethnic communities...

29th November 2006
Sudan: Reinventing a Nation

We should not take peace for granted. Having walked in Sudan past notices indicating landmines, and...

14th November 2006
Donkeys Put Africa on Wheels!

Paradoxically, donkeys are often associated with poverty and hard conditions, whereas they are often...

7th November 2006
Beyond the Borders

By identifying other tourist’s attraction, improving infrastructure and having a peaceful country, w...

31st October 2006
Getting Wet for Profit

Developing the aquatic sector will provide the much-needed jobs for our youths and provide alternati...

24th October 2006
Embracing E-Governance

Just like a baby who falls severally and does not give up before knowing how to walk, we should take...

17th October 2006
Hawkers: Menace or Handy?

The government should keep in mind that we belong to the informal sector and we contribute to the gr...

10th October 2006
Making a Way Where There is No Way

The road to success has many potholes. One has to keep on fitting oneself with shock absorbers or se...

3rd October 2006
Foreign Aid: Making Africans Indolent Dependants?

The moment the African will realize that nothing comes for free, and nobody loves him so much as to...

25th July 2006
Africa has a lot to Teach the World

It is a shame that in Africa most of the people who profess Christianity are also some of the poores...

11th July 2006
Earning from the Road

Accidents have reduced and when they happen passengers are much safer as they are not thrown out of...

4th July 2006
Discreet Pesticide Application

After harvest, I dry my grains. I then empty one of the rooms in my house and place a large polythen...

27th June 2006
Men Dislodge Women in the Hair Industry

The fact that people are taking this as a career of choice unlike earlier on, where people believed...

20th June 2006
Beating Phone Phonies

There are too many people out there claiming that they repair phones; yet, they mess it up or interc...

13th June 2006
From Theory to Practice

The gap between the rich and the poor is too big. In my village, I see families that have no basic n...

6th June 2006
Feeding from Crumbs

When I landed at Hurlingham shopping centre, I was offered a cleaning job in four hotels. I saw an o...

30th May 2006
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