All articles in 'Perspectives'


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
Enlightenment: Tigrean Zeitgeist

Tigreans have embarked on the age of enlightenment that future generations will commemorate

16th June 2020
The ‘New Normal’ Is an Opportunity to Be More Crea...

The COVID-19 pandemic has shone an uncomfortable spotlight on how challenging it can be for business...

9th June 2020
Biafra Seeks Freedom to Embark on Development

Nigerian leaders can still come back to their senses, convene a national conference with representat...

9th June 2020
Racism: When Will Blacks Ever Be Equal With Other...

The world’s superstructure has never cared about black people.

2nd June 2020
The “High 5s”: Strategic Vision and Results Transf...

For the past ten years, Africa has recorded some of the world’s strongest rates of economic growth

2nd June 2020
Rethinking Regional Cooperation Post COVID-19: Cri...

The borderless and indiscriminate COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the weak links within federations

26th May 2020
The Real and Vulnerable Economy: An Introduction

The real economy for livelihood and survival has nine sectors

26th May 2020
The Jubilee-KANU Post-Election Agreement: An Analy...

The Jubilee-KANU post-election coalition agreement should be interpreted as Uhuru Kenyatta’s uncanny...

19th May 2020
Flattening the Curves within ‘The Curve’: A Call f...

There are many things about the current global framing of COVID-19 that can frustrate.

19th May 2020
COVID-19 Lessons For Africa: A Voyage Through Unce...

COVID-19 has awakened Africa to the compelling need to cultivate renewed public policy resolve for a...

12th May 2020
Post-Covid-19: Will Africa Revisit its Relations w...

What is Africa’s selling point to China? The Africa-China relationship is skewed towards benefiting...

12th May 2020
COVID-19 Must Not Cloud SDGs Commitments

But what we cannot afford to do even at this crucial time is to shift resources away from priority S...

5th May 2020
How Post Covid-19 Can Reshape Africa

Going forward it’s not going to be business as usual

5th May 2020
Lessons for the Post Coronavirus Economy from the...

The informal economy and peasant production is not exploitative and extractive. It has survived desp...

28th April 2020
Understanding BRICS, WHO and COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has, undoubtedly, changed the ways of life, impacted on the capacities of h...

28th April 2020
Not the Time to Open Churches, President Lungu

No government should foolishly subject its people to the pandemic.

28th April 2020
A Globally Symmetric Crisis and Coordinated Policy...

Policymakers must do their utmost to build a bridge over the troubled times, in order to prevent a s...

21st April 2020
Coronavirus and the Impact on Ocean Islands

It is time to show absolute solidarity with Cape Verde, Mauritius, Maldives, Seychelles, Vanuatu and...

21st April 2020
The Effect of the Coronavirus on the Poor in Afric...

The coronavirus is giving us a chance to rethink our approaches to poverty. Rethink our development...

14th April 2020
Which Comes First: A Disease or A Cure?

I have no intention to belittle anyone or undermine the benefits that natural herbs/traditional medi...

14th April 2020
COVID-19 Pandemic: Disheveled Economies, Disarraye...

What matters? Welfarism? Free markets? Democracy or just efficient governance systems? Individualism...

7th April 2020
Africa: A Shining Example of How Economic Corridor...

During years 2018 to 2020 big developments happened in eastern Africa through its regional bloc IGAD...

7th April 2020
Coronavirus: The Place of Africa (Zambia) in an In...

As Europe and America are paralyzed, one wonders what would become of Africa, should the pandemic fi...

31st March 2020
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