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Long on Words, Short on Action

Politicians love to talk, but they are handicapped when it comes to action. In our Q&A, a disillusio...

3rd May 2005
Profit in the Classroom

In a country where illiteracy levels are still high, investing in educational institutions can be a...

10th May 2005
Recycling waste products.

Entrepreneurs are the backbone of the economy. If they do not take the challenge to produce high qua...

17th May 2005
Bridging the gap

There is need to realise that the spiritual and the physical are interwoven and one should not suffe...

24th May 2005
Bridging the gap

There is need to realise that the spiritual and the physical are interwoven and one should not suffe...

24th May 2005
Networking for better Education

We are out to unite, learn from each other and enhance standards, therefore it is in unity that coll...

31st May 2005
Hope for the Destitutes

Integrity is very important. One must have a workable plan and ensure that any funds accrued go towa...

9th August 2005
Tapping Talent

Rising to the top has many obstacles but these need not be hindrances but stepping stones to the top...

16th August 2005
No Work, No Food!

If Ham, Japheth and Shem were brothers, why are we fighting? Why are we despising one another? Who i...

23rd August 2005
No Such Thing as Life Expectancy

I believe Africans can be productive if they harness available resources. Out of Africa too can ema...

10th January 2006
The Plight of the Book Seller

Writers and publishers should advertise their new titles in the media, give free samples and make a...

20th December 2005
UNICEF at a Glance

Children\'s future is dependent on many factors. The kind of nurture they get from the parents, acc...

13th December 2005
Entrepreneurs: Engines in the Society

Through determination, deliberate planning and resolve to succeed, we can conquer poverty. Entrepren...

6th December 2005
Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid

If we stop thinking of the poor as victims or as a burden and start recognizing them as resilient an...

29th November 2005
Research for Productivity

Farming should be viewed as a profession in Kenya. A lot of cases document profound financial succes...

21st November 2005
Emeka Okafor: Blogs Entrepreneur

In Nigeria, I always saw flashes of magic in terms of creativity, inspiration, innovative thinking,...

15th November 2005
Life in Somaliland

There is a great future for Somali as long as there is a stable government that is ready to serve it...

8th November 2005
Society Transformation through IT

IT catalyses other sectors by making them efficient and modern. We expect the other industries to be...

1st November 2005
A Walk Through Sudan

With the new regulation from the new Sudan Government requiring that all NGO’s with operations or im...

18th October 2005
Africa Look beyond the US

We can do much more than just get to where the developed nations are. Our goal should be higher than...

11th October 2005
Africa: Go Beyond the Hardware!

Africa must be careful because the international community will always look at the areas of her weak...

4th October 2005
Development through Volunteering

\"Volunteers play a vital role, however, our own leaders on the other hand create obstacles for us....

27th September 2005
Terrorism: Kenyans want Justice

A closed society breeds intolerance and fanaticism. Real permanent peace can be achieved through ope...

20th September 2005
Don’t Sit on Your Talent!

Don’t ever ignore your gift. Exploit it. Don’t play with your work.It would be good for you to spend...

30th November -0001
The Rising Insecurity Wave

If the strongman is powerless, how will the weak one survive? If the government does not enforce the...

30th November -0001
The Struggles of a NewsVendor

Any kind of work is work, so goes a popular Swahili saying in East Africa. Mr Gideon M. Musyoki, a n...

18th April 2005
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