All articles in 'Letters to Editor'


The Looming Civil Strife in Ethiopia: Putting the...

The Federal Government of Ethiopia is plunging the country into civil strife through its blatant and...

14th July 2020
The 2020 Manifesto of Eritrean Scholars and Profes...

Eritrea is currently exposed to unprecedented humanitarian and political crisis.

7th July 2020
Africa Supports Nigeria's Candidate for WTO Direct...

The African Union (AU) and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have thrown their unfl...

23rd June 2020
President Kenyatta Should Mind His Legacy

A critical question many Kenyans are asking today is this: What will the President bequeath to the n...

23rd June 2020
How to Change a Systemic, Systematic & Unjust Cult...

A thing is systemic if it is embedded in a self-sustained system. It forms part of a whole. Somethin...

16th June 2020
Where Do We Get the Moral Clout to Demonstrate Aga...

We need to put our house in order. Two wrongs don’t make a right. We all are a human race whether we...

9th June 2020
Uganda Agriculture in the COVID-19 Crisis...

“My son, as you can see, I am driving and  hawking my poutry eggs from town to town, hoping to find...

2nd June 2020
Public Call to Ensure the Safety and Security of S...

Thousands of irregular migrants stranded in various countries are facing grave risks to their lives

2nd June 2020
Turkey Is Africa’s Trusted Ally - Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu

Turkey's interest in Africa and Turkish people’s feelings of friendship towards the African continen...

26th May 2020
Ruto Should Strike a Political Deal with Raila Odi...

For DP Ruto to resuscitate his dwindling political fortunes, he must make a strong and calculated mo...

26th May 2020
Covid-19: A Global Stick on Classical Economics an...

Governments should design and implement swift and effective solutions in the short run that can curb...

19th May 2020
Give us a Break ‘Dr’ Donald Trump, on COVID-19 Cu...

Trump’s recent remarks that COVID-19 patients should be injected with sanitizers to sanitize their b...

12th May 2020
Covid-19 Crisis: An Opportunity for Youth to Lead...

Most briefing on the Covid-19 disaster has understandably focused on the pandemic’s health impact.

12th May 2020
COVID-19 Prayers and Quackery Won't Help Africa

To deal with COVID-19, we need to face the truth that if we don’t change, we’ll perish not just beca...

6th May 2020
Africans are Self-Imposed Doormats

At what point do AFRICANS rise from their POVERTY of MIND situation to take responsibility for what...

5th May 2020
Lessons for the Post Coronavirus Economy from the...

The post coronavirus economy will need to learn from the African informal economy

28th April 2020
Leveraging the ‘Commonwealth Advantage’ to Counter...

Strengthening the connectivity among our countries is therefore critical, so that trade flows remain...

28th April 2020
Africa and Corona: Disturbing Questions

Are you surprised that several governments are talking more IT than food and health at this time?

21st April 2020
Investing When Markets Stumble Pays Off

Bear markets and recessions are nothing new and that there are bright spots to be found even in sect...

15th April 2020
COVID 19: Africans Should Be Treated with Sensitiv...

Africans may be poor but not crazy. They might have poor health services but not poor hearts. Africa...

15th April 2020
We Should Not Go Back to Business as Usual After C...

It is important that we never go back to the business-as-usual that we knew before coronavirus

8th April 2020
African Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

Africans should do everything under the sun to radically increase the immunity of all Africans all o...

7th April 2020
How Safe is the Air in Planes?

According to the studies of the European Aviation Safety Agency, the air in the aircraft is changed...

24th March 2020
Mama Kamukunji Jua Kali: The Forgotten Heroine

It takes hard work, self-determination, discipline and collective action to build oneself and overco...

10th March 2020
Global Economy Outlook

Global economic prospects remain subdued

3rd March 2020
Scramble for Africa: What Should Africa Do?

Marcus Garvey taught us that throughout history, weaker species have been rendered extinct by strong...

25th February 2020
South Sudan Truce: Will Kiir and Machar Deliver?

Your hunger and thirst for power have brought us down to where we are today,

25th February 2020
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