All articles in 'Perspectives'


News Literacy

Today’s world is drowning in news, for everybody is creating and disseminating information

22nd September 2020
Urbanisation in Africa: Creating Greater Access to...

A large proportion of this urban growth will be concentrated in small and medium-sized or secondary...

22nd September 2020
African Living Law and Reframing of GCA For Our Ch...

The exchanges between the Government and its detractors on the GCA revealed that Zimbabwe does not h...

15th September 2020
UN and Eleven Bottlenecks Africa is Facing

The UN remains Uganda’s trusted and important partner to deliver on the aspirations of the national...

15th September 2020
Flattening COVID Curves and Transdisciplinary Futu...

Now is the great reset time, a time for proactive leaders to conduct a premortem of the emerging pos...

8th September 2020
Cooperation Amidst Global Economic Headwinds

Economic globalization has run up against headwinds; protectionism and unilateralism are on the rise

8th September 2020
Flattening COVID Curves: Spotlight on Kenya and Be...

Experiences with reopening around the world and repeat attacks have now confirmed that COVID-19 is a...

8th September 2020
Financial Sector: Challenges for Digital Transform...

Many financial institutions report that collaboration and building an ecosystem of alliances and par...

1st September 2020
Nigeria: Politicians Advocate Comprehensive Review...

Leaders of integrated associations and politicians, mostly from the Eastern region of Nigeria, are c...

1st September 2020
Fixing the Illiberal Democracy that is Mauritius

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

25th August 2020
AfCFTA: From Strength to Strength

The AfCFTA Framework agreement provides for a functionally autonomous, independent institution, with...

25th August 2020
Is Terrorism Proxy or New Form of Colonialism?

When reading about terrorist attacks in Cameroon, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and Somalia or elsewhere, I a...

18th August 2020
An Insight into Issues Creating Tension in Nigeria

The Eastern region of Nigeria and its people have remained marginalized from developmental programs.

18th August 2020
Data Protection: 4 Requirements for Business Softw...

Privacy breaches around the world have made technology users conscious about the way their data is b...

11th August 2020
Russia Sees Neocolonialism as An Investment Barrie...

Russia has now embarked on fighting “neo-colonialism” which it considers a fortified barrier on its...

11th August 2020
Playing The Racism Card Is Untenable

Don’t let racism hold you back

4th August 2020
Fair Formula for Resource Sharing: Why Science and...

Do we have at national and sub-national levels reliable projections of the differentiated COVID-19 m...

4th August 2020
Game Changers: A Message to Young People

Your very young age is a profound advantage in a time of uncertainty and opportunity.

28th July 2020
The Moment of Truth for BRICS: Challenges, Opportu...

BRICS influence on international scale is dented by minor problems in the organization

28th July 2020
Covid-19: A New Dawn for Impact Investing in Emerg...

Although most impact investors are based in Europe and North America, their investment plays a major...

21st July 2020
GHEI Supports Children’s Healthcare and Basic Educ...

Across the African continent, state support for healthcare delivery and education is still inadequat...

21st July 2020
War is Not an Option in Nigeria, But the Rule of L...

Many of the problems, frictions and issues faced today in Nigeria are a direct result of the defecti...

14th July 2020
Africa’s Varied COVID Landscapes

There is not a single African COVID-19 trajectory, but rather multiple, distinct risk profiles.

14th July 2020
Black Lives Matter: Sloganeering or Bona Fide?

Is there a business decision behind each message weighing the costs and benefits to the bottom line?

7th July 2020
Why Colonial Symbols Must Fall

Africans must start thinking why they bear names from other cultures while those cultures don’t ador...

7th July 2020
COVID-19: Uganda Scientists’ Position on Easing Lo...

Stakeholders have been petitioning the leadership to, more or less, completely re-open all the activ...

30th June 2020
Donor Conference Boosts Sudan's Economic Reconstru...

The world will be watching to see noticeable changes in Sudan

30th June 2020
A Covid-19 ‘New Deal’ For Informal Workers?

It is estimated that relative poverty for informal workers will increase by 56% in low-income countr...

23rd June 2020
Nile Debate: Egypt’s Voracity and Ethiopia’s Natio...

It is a “who are we moment” for all Ethiopians

23rd June 2020
China-Africa Solidarity Against COVID-19

In the face of COVID-19, China and Africa have withstood the test of a severe challenge.

23rd June 2020
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