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East African Court of Justice: Wanting in Goodwill

Lack of adequate financial resources has stagnated development of the court. Up to now, no sub-regis...

27th June 2006
East African Court of Justice: Wanting in Goodwill

The Treaty empowers the rules of court to prescribe for the quorum. The rules provide the quorum of...

4th July 2006
Ghanaian Scribes Adopt Human Element

As Ghana’s democracy and human rights evolve, journalists are compelled to help battle inhibitions s...

4th July 2006
Africa’s Beautiful Leaders: Not yet Born

Africa has had problems of first generation leaderships who ascended power through revolution but fo...

11th July 2006
Nigeria: The Leadership Nostalgia

Leaders build enduring greatness through a paradoxical blend of personal humility and professional w...

17th July 2006
Looking Inward: Key to Sudanese Liberation

Promoting peace is giving a hook to the people and teaching them how to fish, but not giving them fi...

31st October 2006
African Sandals Gain Global Acceptance

Globalization need not be just about the big multi-national corporation that dominates, educates and...

7th November 2006
Face Surgery for Mega Slum

Kibera is associated with the down trodden and those at the bottom of Nairobi’s economic pyramid, su...

14th November 2006
Uganda: Aid Industry Should Close

What do we need foreign aid for? What do we need military and technical assistance for? That America...

29th November 2006
Red Tape Repressing SA Tourism

Creating a more efficient and less onerous regulatory environment can reduce barriers to entry for e...

12th December 2006
Tanzania: From Nationalism to Neoliberalism

Are Tanzanian lawyers "terrorists" sabotaging Neoliberalism or technicians oiling it?

19th December 2006
Private Sector Braces to Manage Pension Funds

According to medical evidence, if a person passes a 50 year mark without any health complications, s...

19th December 2006
State Should Relinquish Varsity Control

To reclaim its glory, Makerere- University should be entrusted to a private individual. Any institut...

20th December 2006
African Investors Should Take Over Tri-Star Uganda

But how can one explain the fact that Tri-star’s troubles began way back yet presidential advisers o...

2nd January 2007
Are Blind African Elites Finally Seeing the Light?

Ghanaian and African elites, perhaps overwhelmed by getting independence from European colonialists,...

16th January 2007
Ugandan Legislators: Politicians or Pickpockets?

Barely a year after making numerous promises to unsuspecting constituent members, MPs are already th...

30th January 2007
Fetish Priests to Face the Taxman

National policies minted from the centre should be tailored down to respective locals, informed by t...

6th February 2007
Ghana: An Odyssey through 50 Years of Nationhood

At age 50, the government should stop pretending to be everybody's keeper and focus on its role of p...

13th February 2007
When the Poor Fear Investing

I am very angry at Africa’s present condition. We are talking about a continent which is tremendousl...

13th February 2007
Ghana’s Education Trails 50 Years Behind

The educated Ghanaian, almost 50 years after independence, has not been able to refine the inhibitio...

20th February 2007
Ghana: Fifty Years of Culture Neglect

Ghanaian elites and bureaucrats could look at the success stories of some of the Asian nations like...

6th March 2007
Nigeria’s Oil Rich Region: A Time Bomb

What is necessary is to bring about a policy framework under which every citizen of the oil produci...

20th March 2007
Radio Talk Show on Development Applauded

Elites are shielded from the norms, values and traditions of Sierra Leoneans in national developmen...

27th March 2007
What’s the Trouble with Rawlings?

Over the past 15 years, the tabloid version of Jerry Rawlings does not do him justice. The Ghanaian...

10th April 2007
Uganda’s Judiciary Should be Freed

Uganda’s judiciary should be allowed to operate privately with limited or no interference from the e...

17th April 2007
Reviewing Ghana’s Development Process

Ghanaian citizenship is yet to be interpreted from within Ghanaian traditional values and how this u...

1st January 2008
Ghana Needs a Revolution of Ideas

Part of the revolution of ideas may come from drenching Ghana’s democracy in its “traditional belief...

8th January 2008
Contending Moralities: Which Way for Ghana?

The new religion and morality education not only attempts to give respect and confidence to traditio...

29th January 2008
Uganda: Tribal Time Bomb Yet to Explode

It is hypocritical for Ugandans to make faces when Uganda itself is sitting on a time bomb of the s...

5th February 2008
Gadaffi: A Pragmatic PanAfricanist

Col Gadaffi’s visit to Uganda could be of greater benefit to Uganda if he uses it and succeeds in co...

18th March 2008
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