All articles in 'Development'


The Centrality of Property Rights for Economic Gro...

If handled correctly, land reform could be the most positive development since 1994. However, if han...

10th July 2018
Inclusion, Empowerment and Access to Services for...

It is estimated that a total 68.5 million persons are forcibly displaced across the world

26th June 2018
Violent Extremism: Challenge to Global Peace and...

The Journey to Extremism study assesses and suggests a reframing of some key aspects of existing res...

19th June 2018
Women’s Empowerment and Development in Africa

Women’s issues unite Africa, but also divide Africa. They are so important on paper, and yet get de...

12th June 2018
Corruption: A Cancer that Africa Must Eradicate

Africa defeated colonialism and Africa can win the fight against corruption.

6th June 2018
Towards Empowerment of Women in South Africa

How do we justify the aspirations in our Constitution against the reality that women face every day...

29th May 2018
South Africa: Is Section 100 Intervention Normativ...

South Africa will be invoking Section 100 (1) (b) of the Constitution of South Africa to address the...

22nd May 2018
Africa’s Place in the St. Petersburg International...

Economic cooperation between Russia and Africa has been developing rapidly during recent years

22nd May 2018
Ethiopia: The Potential China of Africa

With an 8.5% rate of economic growth forecasted for the next year by the IMF, Ethiopia is expected t...

8th May 2018
Somalia Must Rethink Chaos

Everyone is taking advantage of Somalia and there is a reason for the exploitation.

8th May 2018
Promoting African Ownership and Participation in A...

The Blue Economy is of strategic importance to Africa

8th May 2018
Productivity in Africa: A Matter to Pursue

Africa cannot progress unless and until the development of human resources is prioritized as highly...

1st May 2018
Making the African Development Bank to Deliver

An independent analysis of these High 5s by the UNDP has shown that if Africa focuses on these High...

1st May 2018
Envisioning a Ghana Beyond Foreign Aid

Ghana Beyond Aid is meant to be more than a slogan. It is meant to propel us into the frame of mind...

20th March 2018
African Continental Free Trade Area: A Historical...

Trade is an important tool in international economics.

20th March 2018
Africa Science, Technology and Innovation

Africa needs to promote a culture of innovation.

6th March 2018
OPEC-Non-OPEC Strategic Partnership Poised for Div...

Oil and gas together are still expected to provide more than half of the world's energy needs from 2...

27th February 2018
Microenterprise Graduation Leads to Higher Incomes...

New research shows innovative microenterprise graduation program leads to higher consumption, asset...

20th February 2018
The State of the Mining Industry in Africa

Based on the report on a recent study by Deloitte on Mining in Africa, there are approximately thirt...

13th February 2018
Fighting Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’...

Corruption rewards those who do not play by the rules and also creates a system of distortion and di...

6th February 2018
Mending The Global Fracture

The sound and meaning of the word ‘Fracture’ is such that it frightens. And the global situation is...

30th January 2018
2018: What Africa Expects From Norway

Norway will continue to be an advocate for national resource mobilisation for sustainable developmen...

23rd January 2018
Global Challenges and Opportunities for the Privat...

Ultimately, the Sustainable Development Goals are our goals.

2nd January 2018
Ghana Should Not Forget Her History

Today many perceive politics as being synonymous with acquiring wealth at a fraudulently rapid pace...

2nd January 2018
Role of the Youth in the Era of Africa Rising

At a time, most developed economies are in crisis, a lot of African economies are on the upswing.

19th December 2017
Russia-Sudan Relationship

Over the years Russia and Sudan have maintained a strong economic and diplomatic partnership

19th December 2017
Governance and Development: The Interplay

A huge body of literature has built around the interrelationships between governance and development...

12th December 2017
Ghana Beyond Aid: How We Get There

In order to transform our economy, Beyond Aid, the variables are indeed many

12th December 2017
Nigeria’s Mineral Resources: Building Hope for Eco...

Oil revenues are simply not enough to match the demands for social mobility, economic opportunities...

28th November 2017
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