All articles in 'Editorial'


Africa Destroying its Youths

Africa's education ought to enable a critical mass of African youth to convert the continent's chall...

28th December 2009
Poor Harvests: Kenya’s Mets are Not to Blame

The success rate of between 85 to 95 percent in crop harvesting achieved in irrigated areas such as...

21st December 2009
Nigeria: Oil Deal Renegotiations Expose Weak Insti...

Through institutions, to do business will not entail one having lunch with the president. Cutting de...

5th January 2010
Racism in Italy: An Archetype of Africans’ Woes?

The increased heavy-handed approach against Africans goes against the spirit of mutual cooperation t...

12th January 2010
Haiti: Wade and Zuma Should be Emulated

Haitians are our brothers and sisters who were forcefully removed from the African continent during...

19th January 2010
Robert Zoellick Tour Should not Dictate to Africa

Yes, Zoellick is welcome to tour Africa and share his ideas.He is however not welcome to lecture and...

26th January 2010
AU Resettling of Haitians: A Boost to Africa's Int...

Watching the nation go under from upheavals and calamities without a helping hand from Africa is not...

2nd February 2010
EU EDF: Will Pegging Assistance on Governance Bear...

It is no secret that western capitals have played a critical role in the suffering of the masses in...

9th February 2010
Political Leadership Must Fight Corruption

President Mwai Kibaki and Hon. Raila Odinga to take cognizance of the signal they are sending to the...

16th February 2010
Africa, Land of Opportunity

The internet is increasingly becoming a handy tool in many transactions. As Africa braces for the Af...

16th May 2006
African Unity: The Hope of Africa

The entrepreneurial spirit that enabled Arabs to make vessels that braved the oceans, move from thei...

23rd May 2006
Tomorrow’s Africa

Africa was born no later and no earlier than any other geographical area on this globe. Africans, no...

30th May 2006
Environmental Subduing

Most efforts to “save” Africa’s environment have often served western interests and goals much more...

6th June 2006
Positioning Africa in the 21st Century

'If one African ear constantly listens to external ideas and the other is left deaf; the continent s...

6th November 2007
Lessons from Soccer

In the world of economic soccer, individuals are the players and the government is the referee. When...

13th June 2006
Breaking the Chains

African citizens remain hoisted in the air like a flag because the very systems that should rid them...

20th June 2006
Measurement: Key to Economic Growth

Leaders across Africa are shunning the flawed leadership style of idling while other people get the...

29th May 2007
Africa Should Solve its Problems!

Angela Merkel's remarks in the final communique of the G8 Summit that African countries must take re...

12th June 2007
Need for Meaningful Celebrations

Despite the fact that no one should take pleasure in exploiting children and robbing them of their c...

19th June 2007
Small Government: Key to Progress

Money can only be spent in four ways: You can spend your own money on yourself; spend your money on...

26th June 2007
United States of Africa: Ordinary Citizens Should...

The fourteen regional economic committees (RECs) working on the integration agenda ought to be appla...

3rd July 2007
Live Earth: Lessons for Africa

What can Africa learn from the Live Earth hype? First, the continent should not allow itself to be t...

10th July 2007
Weah: Education for What?

Going to school in order to become president demonstrates skewed intellectualism intrinsic in Africa...

17th July 2007
Egypt: Let My People Go!

If people are willing to risk their lives to cross boundaries, respective countries ought to take th...

24th July 2007
Lessons from Africa Cup of Nations

The key lesson for Africa here is to build credible institutions that ensure fair play in democracy...

22nd January 2008
Grand Lunch or Grand Bait?

Political juggernauts in Kenya seem to have a well oiled mechanism to win votes, ranging from think...

31st July 2007
Concerted Efforts Key to Food Security

Having interacted with various world leaders as UN General Secretary, he holds a better chance to in...

7th August 2007
Press Freedom is Key to Economic Growth

Openness has always been a path to development in contrast to isolation that breeds stagnation. Shie...

14th August 2007
East Africa Community: Time to be Productive

The market knows no tribe, boundary, party affiliation or creed. Left free to operate, it only under...

21st August 2007
‘Acts of God’: What Should Man Do?

Providing a conducive environment for wealth creation will enable people in disaster prone areas to...

28th August 2007
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