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Demographic Dividend can Work for Africa

Without being proactive, many African countries could face a backlash from the growing numbers of di...

23rd September 2014
Africa Fetes Its Luminaries

The fete is a step in the right direction for no one will celebrate Africa if Africa does not celebr...

14th October 2014
South Africa: Land Rights Amendment Bill A Step in...

The law is a pointer to Africa to address deep seated grievances resulting from the colonial legacy...

1st July 2014
South Sudan at a Crossroads: Which Way to Go?

For the sake of South Sudan and all conflict-afflicted regions in Africa; it is time we learnt how t...

29th April 2014
ANC Victory: Great Work Ahead

The party must realize that it was handed another mandate in spite of gross allegations.

13th May 2014
African Media Must Tell the African Story

It is no secret that most Africans rely on non-African media for analysis and investment decisions....

20th May 2014
Africa Must Invest in Its People

The influx of sea-borne migrants from Africa risking their lives to seek a better life in Europe sho...

8th July 2014
Africa can Develop Through Agriculture

Armed with the right information and support, African youth can liberate Africa from food insecurity...

22nd July 2014
BRICS Bank Good for Africa

Africa suffers the negative effects of the prevailing exclusionary global economic model supervised...

15th July 2014
Kenya: Going Beyond the Middle Income Status

While growth statistics may look attractive on paper, the Kenya government has a big challenge to be...

30th September 2014
Skill Deficiency Among SA Blacks: A Microcosm of A...

According to a report on youth employment trends over the last 20 years in South Africa, less than 1...

16th September 2014
Ebola: Economic Lessons for Africa

The old order of brandishing political and ethnic brands at the expense of ‘cake-baking’ brands has...

4th November 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
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
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
Africa Wishes Malawi Peace and Prosperity

Malawians must give the government time to deliver and brace for tough economic times as delivering...

3rd June 2014
Terrorist Attack: Kenya Must Review Security

The latest attack in Kenya has further exposed the country’s soft security underbelly.

17th June 2014
Marine Resources: Africa Must Be Proactive

Cumulatively, the total illicit financial flows from illegal fishing deprive the continent of USD 5...

24th June 2014
Malawi: Another Case of Democracy on Trial in Afr...

Election cycles should not be allowed to be brakes that hold back development; rather they should be...

27th May 2014
Africa Needs 'Return on Investment' Attitude

According to a recent report by Health Poverty Action , while on one hand $134 billion flows into Af...

29th July 2014
Industrialization: The Other Path

While the benefits of industrialization cannot be downplayed, making it a precondition to developmen...

19th August 2014
Kenya: Going Beyond the Middle Income Status

While growth statistics may look attractive on paper, the Kenya government has a big challenge to be...

30th September 2014
Sata is Gone: Zambia Must Move On

It is important that Zambians exercise sobriety as the current fractious and tumultuous environment...

11th November 2014
Education Review: Uganda Sets the Pace

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

7th October 2014
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
Nigeria Lagos Refinery Good News But…

Nigeria must address the systemic challenge that has seen the country’s 4 state refineries with a co...

18th November 2014
At Last: African Union Shows Leadership on Ebola

Ebola is a wake-up call for the continent to rethink investment in the health sector. A crucial plac...

9th September 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
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
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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