All articles in 'Perspectives'


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
The Road to 2019: Quo Vadis, Nigeria?

It has been almost six decades since our founding fathers received the constitutional instruments of...

30th October 2018
Transforming Political Dynamics in Africa: The Rol...

The narrative of Africa as a gasping patient in the intensive care unit of the universe has been a s...

23rd October 2018
Higher Education Bottlenecks that May Hinder the E...

What is tragically being experienced in Ethiopian universities, particularly in Addis Ababa Universi...

23rd October 2018
How to Develop Africa: An Alternative Approach

The full and genuine development of a given country is the job of that country’s government. Foreig...

16th October 2018
4 Ways the Fourth Industrial Revolution will Chang...

The pace of technology change is accelerating, creating exciting new opportunities for human resourc...

16th October 2018
Nigeria: Development of a Resilient Livestock Indu...

Nigeria does not have a Central Animal Feed Quality Control Laboratory for Referral and Trade purpos...

9th October 2018
The Impact of a Changing Global Environment on Afr...

One factor of uncertainty is the future path of risk-free, ‘neutral’ real interest rates in coming y...

9th October 2018
Nigeria: Free But Enslaved At Last

We can’t have the keys to our torture cage but still frown at whoever dares to open the lock.

2nd October 2018
South Africa Land Reforms: Politicians Should Not...

A fully developed land policy, which is still a way off, should take into account both emotions and...

2nd October 2018
Digital Technologies, Financial System and Central...

The impact of rapid transformation of technology is powerful and far-reaching

25th September 2018
Empowering African Women

A bird cannot fly with one wing. Likewise, no nation, city, community, or institution, can reach its...

25th September 2018
Boosting Business Productivity by Using the Right...

Many entrepreneurs and business owners are using online applications to streamline collaboration and...

18th September 2018
Empowering Africa’s Digital Disruptors

In a data economy, those who build the data refineries extract the value and make all the money.

18th September 2018
Africans Must Reclaim Their History

There is a historic denial of Africa's true history in western scholarship

18th September 2018
The State of Uganda

The economy of Uganda, as indeed is the case with many countries wanting to modernize from the pre-c...

11th September 2018
The Role of Economists/Researchers in Shaping Poli...

Economists are often misunderstood and at times maligned

4th September 2018
Creating a New UK-Africa Partnership

The progress that we have made over the past century is remarkable. The opportunities for the next g...

4th September 2018
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