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South Africa’s Liberation Struggle: Mangosuthu But...

In the post-apartheid era, KwaZulu-Natal has been marked by a divided system of political authority,...

8th February 2014
Malawi Cashgate: Will Joyce Banda End Corruption?

Malawi’s president, Joyce Banda, has never lacked shockers. She recently resorted to purging corrupt...

11th February 2014
Exit Mohammed Morsi: Who Will Follow?

Egypt has a long way to go. What we’re witnessing is but the beginning of a long, rough and complica...

16th July 2013
Somalia: A Cesspool of Corruption and the Race to...

The UN’s Monitoring report on Somalia and Eritrea, (Letter dated 12 July 2013 from the c...

23rd July 2013
Sierra Leone: Agenda for Change

Sierra Leone continues to manage its economy and the public finances prudently and steadily, introdu...

5th August 2013
Kenya : New Public Procurement Rules Good for Busi...

The regulations also seek to favour local businesses by granting exclusive preference to local contr...

5th August 2013
Egypt’s Foreign Relations on Tightrope

The internal crisis in Egypt has indulged the country in its most critical foreign relations test

27th August 2013
Zambia at the Brink of a Golden Jubilee – Part II

The Zambia of the after-50-years anniversary will not be any different from the present Zambia econo...

29th August 2013
Responsible Leadership: Aspiration of EAC Youth

Through the youth platform, East Africa Community has indeed opened the doors to learn and embrace g...

6th September 2013
ICC: Which Way for Africa?

Instead of accusing and demonizing the ICC, African rulers need to embark on true democracy entrench...

6th September 2013
E.A.C Development: Prioritising the Common Market...

We need to diversify our export markets outward and most importantly, within our member states

1st October 2013
Liberia Progress: Role of Liberians in the Diaspor...

Liberians in the Diaspora must endeavor to utilize every opportunity that their presence in the Dias...

14th October 2013
Surfing Russia’s Military Cooperation with Angola

It is not the first time Russia has sold less-advanced, outdated or even below standard military equ...

22nd October 2013
EU: Strong Civil Society Key to Africa Progress

The Africa-EU partnership needs to deliver on its promise for meaningful and durable change in peopl...

28th October 2013
EAC: Will COW Mend Fences or Drive On?

The Coalition of the Willing (COW) needs to be disbanded before thinking about mediating Tanzania.

11th November 2013
Obama Visit: Tanzania Should Not Brag

Obama’s visit to Tanzania does not mean that all is rosy in the East African country.

2nd July 2013
Japan and Africa: From Partners to Co-Managers

It was 1963 that African countries becoming independent one after the other founded the OAU, harbour...

4th June 2013
Nigeria: What’s Law Got To Do With It?

That leadership and good governance have eluded Nigeria since independence is unsurprising to its pe...

25th March 2014
East Africa Community Committed to Deliver

We have learnt harsh lessons from the past missteps of our predecessor. Our great strength – perhap...

25th March 2014
How Mauritius Can Become a High Income Country

Mauritius has all the ingredients to become a high income economy over the next decade.

5th April 2014
EAC: Enough with Rigid and Logistical Obstacles

The path to EAC single market has been in the past wrought with vested and divergent political inter...

8th April 2014
US-Africa August 2014 Meet: A Review

There are crucial African opinions that need to be addressed and attitudes that have been expressed...

27th May 2014
Sixth BRICS Summit: A Step Towards Global Equity?

The reality is that despite efforts to forge unity the BRICS countries continue to have differing op...

22nd July 2014
High Stakes in Africa: Can the U.S. Catch China? A...

Mr Ejike E. Okpa responds to a piece entitled: High Stakes in Africa: Can the U.S. Catch...

4th August 2014
Effective Economic Policies: Africa’s Challenge

Despite some gains in manufacturing over the last decade, the continent is yet to reverse the de-ind...

19th August 2014
Trade Between Russia and Africa Below Expectation

There are few Russian traders in Africa and African exporters are not trading in Russia's market due...

1st September 2014
African Exporters Looking for Russian Markets

Russian authorities have been looking for potential agricultural products exporters in Latin America...

15th September 2014
The U.S. Kenya Partnership in the 21st Century

I’d like to speak  about the U.S.- Kenya partnership in the 21st Century – a partnership based on eq...

29th September 2014
China-Africa: How Africa Should Respond to China’...

It is important for us to understand what we mean by saying China’s Growth Model is shif...

3rd May 2013
Of First Families in Liberia and South Africa

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf received a big blow recently from her fellow Nobel winner, Leymah Gb...

12th May 2013
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