All articles in 'Development'


Towards the First All-African Conference in Sochi

The most significant positive sign is that Russia has moved away from its low-key strategy to vigoro...

13th August 2019
Young Women in Tech

Although women have come a long way in the workplace in terms of the roles they are now filling, the...

13th August 2019
South African Workers are Getting Angrier

Our people are getting angrier and more frustrated.

6th August 2019
The Africa We Want: The Role of Higher Education

In striving towards the Africa we want, we need to remind ourselves of who we are, where we are and...

6th August 2019
Dedollarization: Is the US and the World Ready?

We are not there yet. But graffities are all over the walls signaling that we are moving quite rapid...

23rd July 2019
Africa’s Opportunity to Lead in the 4th Industrial...

Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Block chain, Quantum Computing, Biotechnology, Bioinfor...

16th July 2019
Lifelong Skills Development: Signature of Quality...

The Pacific Ocean gives a shared oceanic identity to the small island states whose populations are i...

9th July 2019
China-Africa Ties: Areas of Confluence

Enhancing the purchasing power of all the global citizens is, therefore, a must for those who unders...

2nd July 2019
Africa Awaits Russia's Investment

Russia has been looking to raise its existing relationship with African countries and Afreximbank is...

25th June 2019
How Africa Can Control The World: The Case Of Zam...

Duplicity has its own value, but Africa must embrace who and what it is and love what it can do and...

25th June 2019
Agenda 2063—The Concept and its Links to SDGs

In 2013, the African Union adopted the “Agenda 2063: The Africa We Want.”

18th June 2019
Peaceful Coexistence and Religious Tolerance

Mankind’s age-old search for peace is at last beginning to achieve some success.

18th June 2019
Deconstructing Popular Myths About China

All that glitters is not gold, but when you find real gold it makes no sense to deny it.

18th June 2019
The Quintessence of Developmental State Paradigm A...

The orthodox model of Anglo-American development paradigm employs a universal, a contextual model of...

18th June 2019
Recalibrating the New International Order

The architecture of the global economy has changed dramatically since the Cold War as new markets we...

11th June 2019
Future of Multilateralism: The Case of Multilatera...

Contrary to expectations, however, we are now witnessing the rise of protectionist policies, violati...

5th June 2019
Somalia: Community Engagement beyond Ramadan

Ramadan is a time of self-reflection, purification, improvement and meaningful engagement between pe...

4th June 2019
Africa Day: Anything to Celebrate?

What is the African dream that led our forefathers to rise against the colonialists?

28th May 2019
Six Tips to Bridge Cultural Differences in Marketi...

We’ve listed 6 tips to bridge cultural differences and create a successful marketing campaign.

28th May 2019
Weltanschauung: A Loaded Loanword with Key Lessons...

From its Germanic origin, Weltanschauung (worldview) communicates its original meaning in a compact...

21st May 2019
Leadership in the Digital Future: Navigating Uncer...

CEOs all around the world are less optimistic than they were a year ago about the strength of the gl...

21st May 2019
Working Together to Deliver a Brighter Future for...

The joint pursuit of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aims to enhance connectivity and practical c...

30th April 2019
Angola to Manufacture Russian Military Equipment

Russian Defense Ministry and Rosoboronexport have made no official comment on the alleged deals

23rd April 2019
Russia-Africa Ties: Sochi to Host African Leaders

The idea to hold a Russia-Africa forum was initiated by President Putin at the BRICS (Brazil, Russia...

19th March 2019
United States of Africa or Regional Blocs? Technic...

Since there is no straightforward answer, it is prudent to accommodate various compromises and diffe...

12th March 2019
Tourists and Tourism Products in Africa

According to Christie et al. (2014) tourists to Sub-Saharan Africa can be divided into four main gro...

26th February 2019
Africa: Waking Up the Sleeping Giant

Africa is the origin of man, four and a half million years ago.

19th February 2019
Energy Provision: Why South Africa is Blundering

About sixty years ago, Senegalese scholar and Nuclear Physicist, Dr Cheikh Anta Diop wrote about Afr...

12th February 2019
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