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Feminism and Intellectual Property: Will Women Jud...

Feminism has not looked at the impact of intellectual property law until recently

3rd December 2012
Nigeria Economic Growth: Much Ado About Little?

Some economic analysts have, for some time now, been hawkish about Nigeria, plucking it out into new...

21st April 2014
Africa Rising: the Political Agenda

What has remained controversial is what political structure, or superstructure, is relevant and effe...

15th April 2014
Water Calamity: The Role of Youth Management

Research findings reveal that by the next 20 years, two-thirds of the world’s population will lack a...

29th April 2014
Parliamentary Knowledge-Base: Effective for Eviden...

Whatever policy choices we make need to be in full awareness and respect the common good at all time...

23rd February 2015
Unjustified Poverty in Africa: The Case of Zambia

Why is Zambia still poor? This has been the preoccupation of social scientists for the past forty ye...

9th November 2012
Pacifying Somalia: Internal Threats and Emerging O...

As the Federal Government of Somalia moves into the middle of the second year in office, it is impor...

24th March 2014
Barotseland Secession : Zambia's Achilles' Heel

Questions have arisen as to whether the Barotseland Agreement 1964 has been abrogated or repealed, a...

11th September 2012
Mangaung 2012: The Meaning

Mangaung, South Sotho for a place of cheetahs, is metaphoric in its relationship with the political...

28th July 2012
Past Legacies and the Challenges of Transition in...

Not all Zanu PF policies in the 1980s failed. A more worthy wealth redistribution initiative launche...

29th October 2012
Libya: Insurgents Reverse Decades of Progress

Libya is a threat to the West because of it's pan-African dream, and now the dream to unify Africa i...

7th March 2011
Development: Lessons from China

Learning, Adopting and Modifying: Ingredients for Africa’s Future Growth and Development Lessons fro...

30th January 2012
Past Legacies and the Challenges of Transition in...

A feature that liberation movements have in common is that the expulsion of the colonisers is usuall...

23rd October 2012
Top Job: Preparing for an Interview

Your high-scoring delivery of a brighter future for the organization would likely clinch the job for...

23rd July 2012
Who Are Africans?

The debate of Africaness must shift; expand, refine itself, but all the while keeping itself anchore...

29th June 2010
Mentoring: Walking the Tight Rope

We need men and women who dare to make a difference in the lives of kids, teenagers and young adults...

25th April 2011
The Challenge of Tourism Development in Rivers St...

The problems that have militated against tourism development in River state, the Niger Delta and Nig...

10th July 2012
Informal Cross-Border Trade: Friend or Foe?

Lack of data on ICBT implies that what has always been stated as GDP of EAC economies is often gross...

13th September 2010
US Policy Priorities for Africa

The most historic event for Sub-Saharan Africa this year is likely to be the emergence of Southern S...

18th April 2011
Ivorian Crisis: The Intrigues Part I

The current international gangsterism where weak African institutions are being appropriated to deli...

24th January 2011
Developing an Organisation's Top Talents

Smart organizations know the returns on persistent investment in and management of top talents

18th April 2011
Europe: Africa’s Alpha and Omega?

The African continent today continues to be a nesting bed for Europe’s choices

16th November 2009
The Jan. 20 Obama Inauguration: World Significanc...

It sends a powerful symbolic message of change by registering the first ever sheer break from the us...

13th January 2009
American Blacks: An Endangered Species?

The United States Government secretly uses every conceivable means and opportunity to suppress its B...

7th July 2008
The Power of Six and Why there are Seven Days a We...

The legacy left by the ancient Babylonians and the mathematicians of Baghdad is truly mathemagical.

4th August 2008
Interrogating ‘Tribe’: More than Just a Semantic A...

Slapping the word “tribal” on African conflicts is not only analytically lazy, it is irresponsible a...

7th August 2008
African Humanity under Siege: A Long History

By now it is old news that Africa’s supposed lack of civilization, history, and culture was conjured...

19th August 2008
Rural East Africa Goes Dot Com

According to manuals, the Inveneo computing stations consume eight times less than conventional pers...

9th September 2008
Obama Faced with Daunting Challenges

Obama will have many options on domestic policy given his majorities in Congress. But his Achilles'...

8th November 2008
On G-20 and GM: Economics, Politics and Social Sta...

Politicians are superb seismographs for detecting impending disaster, and these politicians did not...

18th November 2008
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