All articles in 'Editorial'


Africa Shoots the 'One Africa' Dream

Africans remain severely disconnected from each other. Acquiring a Visa in Africa is costly in terms...

16th February 2016
Giving Africa Day Meaning

This Africa Day should be a moment of reflection on pertinent issues facing the continent

23rd May 2016
Africa Needs Strong Institutions

Former Zambia Acting President Guy Scott has castigated president Edgar Lungu over the latter’s rema...

27th September 2016
Africa Unity: Call to Action

The attacks are a manifestation of the prevailing undercurrents negating Africa’s unity

31st May 2016
Culture of Measurement Crucial in Africa

Findings of a  report commissioned by the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) that businesses in N...

2nd August 2016
UNCTAD 14 Consensus: Africa Must Sharpen Negotiati...

Africa must set concrete goals in its interaction with the international community and lay down a ne...

26th July 2016
Dilma Rousseff Impeachment Bid: Lesson for Africa

Africa, a continent plagued by nepotism, big man syndrome and tribalism in politics can borrow a le...

19th April 2016
The Brexit Vote: Which Way for Africa?

The outcome of the Brexit vote has doubtlessly sent economic shockwaves in the European Union and th...

28th June 2016
The Brexit Vote: Lesson for Africa

Tension is growing in the EU as momentum for a vote on June 23 for Britain to leave the EU grows. Th...

14th June 2016
Burundi Needs Redemption

The situation in Burundi remains volatile. Over 400 people have been killed while nearly 240,000 hav...

15th March 2016
EAC Heads of State Should Read from the Same Scrip...

The East African heads of state will do well to read from the same script, head in the same directio...

8th March 2016
Rethinking Africa's Growth Trajectory

It is important that the continent develops economic models or indicators that ensure growth results...

3rd May 2016
Youth Skills Empowerment Key to Africa's Dev...

Despite the fact that about 10 and 12 million young Africans enter the workforce each year, only thr...

21st June 2016
Ethiopia Government and Oromo Must Dialogue

The ongoing imbroglio is a stain on the nation that harbours the headquarters of the African Union

3rd October 2016
Why Africa’s Industrialization Staggers

To transfer whole industrial units to Africa without growing an African industrial character will st...

17th May 2016
Africans Must Resist Bandit Economies

When all is said and done, the onus to restore Africa’s dignity rests on Africans themselves.

13th September 2016
Africa Must Urgently Resolve Maritime Disputes

It is urgent that Africa comes up with mechanisms that will address these disputes before they flare...

20th September 2016
Zika Virus: Is Africa Ready?

The absence of a vaccine to combat it coupled with the continent’s weak healthcare system is a point...

23rd February 2016
Insecurity: Has Kenya Become A Slaughterhouse?

The attacks are a big test to the Kenya government’s anti-terrorism strategy and clearly depict a la...

2nd December 2014
China-Africa: The Need for an African Hour

How Africa plays its cards will determine whether the continent will be better-off or worse-off.

13th January 2015
Africa: Reviewing the Continent’s Past Glory

African history is rich with the socio-economic, political and scientific prowess by African people.

23rd December 2014
Ebola Outbreak: Lessons for Africa

Unless concerted efforts are heightened, Ebola threatens to cause a dent on the Africa Rising narrat...

21st October 2014
2015: Will Africa Swim or Drown?

As the continent enters 2015, it faces several risks that if not addressed, could potentially thwart...

30th December 2014
Tunisia Polls: Patience and Vigilance Urged

The success of Tunisia calls for patience and cooperation of all political parties, civil society, a...

25th November 2014
Embracing Africa’s Demographic Dividend

The big question is not the continent’s bulging population but whether the continent is turning the...

9th December 2014
Peace and Security: Africa Challenged

China made it clear that while it will work with Africa on matters pertaining peace and security, it...

28th October 2014
Education Review: Uganda Sets the Pace

Learning institutions in Africa must refocus their mission towards developing enlightened men and w...

7th October 2014
South Sudan Civil War Anniversary:A Moment of Refl...

It is only through constructive dialogue, inclusivity, patriotism and long term focus on the prosper...

16th December 2014
Oil Price Slump: Lesson for Africa

African countries need not be locked up in retarded growth and poverty traps that involve low produc...

20th January 2015
Africa Must Revisit Its Youth ‘Marshall Plan.’

The continent's youthful population shows great promise and must be accorded the right exposure, edu...

6th January 2015
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