All articles in 'Perspectives'


Kenya Property Market 2019: Hyper Supply or Recess...

Real estate in general is a tricky investment option

19th February 2019
INEC: The Shame That is Nigerian Elections

By virtue of being Nigerians, we have lost the biological ability for shock.

19th February 2019
Only Africa Will Save Africa

Economic development is a not a PhD in Economics, but rather commitment by a nation to stop at nothi...

12th February 2019
The African Union Has Achieved Great Strides

I personally – have drawn constant inspiration from African leadership, African vision and African c...

12th February 2019
How to Guard Against Financial Risks in Monetary P...

This calls for consideration of both monetary policy and macro-prudential policy

5th February 2019
Digitalisation: Prospects for Africa’s Mining Sect...

Home to strategic minerals, cheap labour, less stringent rules, and above-average profit margins, Af...

5th February 2019
Globalisation: Contents and Discontents

Globalisation has contributed to the world's unprecedented economic growth and prosperity. Global ou...

29th January 2019
The Mwarobaini Scenario: Water Hyacinth on Lake Vi...

Dilemma and Disappointment As Water Hyacinth on Lake Victoria Defies Popular Response

22nd January 2019
Rethinking Africa’s Cultural and Commercial Footpr...

How do we measure the weight of our cultural presence in a globalized society?

22nd January 2019
Dusit Attack: A New Approach to Prevent Future Ter...

Through a simple direct executive order Commander-In-Chief Uhuru Kenyatta could help his warriors ga...

18th January 2019
DRC Polls Outcome: Was TShisekedi the Right Choic...

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) doesn’t have a strong record of free and fair elections.

16th January 2019
The African Union in 2018: A Reflection

I would like, on behalf of the African Union (AU) Commission, to wish a happy and prosperous 2019 to...

8th January 2019
Kenya House Price Index and Property Market Analys...

Several market analysts, including myself have been giving warning over the years about the sustaina...

2nd January 2019
Skin Whitening: The Unrelenting Tragedy of People...

Historical and Contemporary Notes Cosmetics have been used from ancient times in religious rituals,...

25th December 2018
Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Zimbabwe: The Miss...

IKS is actually the future of Zimbabwe because it will allow Zimbabweans to utilise their natural re...

18th December 2018
Cosmetology and Wellness: Practices, Products, Ris...

In basic terms, WHO defines wellness as ‘a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing a...

11th December 2018
The Story of Jibril, the ‘Impostor’ President of N...

According to Kanu, Jibril was just a commoner living in Sudan who looked exactly like the ‘late Buha...

11th December 2018
Ethiopia: Upholding Truth in a Post-Repressive Soc...

In a post-repressive society like ours, can we Ethiopians build a strong foundation of freedom and j...

4th December 2018
Why South Africa is Built on Sand

One wonders what people in South Africa and outside the borders of South Africa think about the layi...

4th December 2018
National Dialogue: Museveni Sleeping Pill to Ugand...

I still believe that as a Country, we should pick lessons from the past and shape a hybrid present a...

4th December 2018
Cooperation: Africa Must Style Up!

The suffering of the African people today is because of the theft of our resources by our erstwhile...

27th November 2018
Kenya MSEs Strategy: A New Storyline Needed

By learning from this subaltern knowledge, we shall know how to engage with them without feeling emb...

27th November 2018
The African Market: A Terrible Reality

Can I, as an African, open up an African business selling luxury yachts exclusively to other African...

20th November 2018
A Breath of Fresh Air in Ethiopia

Sorkin and Lunden (Power and Morality, 1959) asserted in great statistical detail that the criminali...

20th November 2018
Taming Teenage Pregnancies Among Kenyan Students

Indigenous societies prepared their adolescents through initiation rites and taboos that surrounded...

13th November 2018
Nigeria Flies Africa’s Oldest Planes – Report

Experts say that the age of an aircraft not an issue

13th November 2018
Mauritius and the Clueless Private sector

Much has been said, over the years, about policy makers in the government being dry of ideas capable...

6th November 2018
Nigeria: The Dreams of Our Fathers

I am all the more excited to see Nigerians take personal ownership of the Nigerian narrative by decl...

6th November 2018
Africa: A Time for Sustained Optimism?

What is then the source of this Afro-optimism amid such global pessimism?

30th October 2018
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