All articles in 'Perspectives'


Financing Africa’s Post-Covid-19 Development

It is worth noting that our recovery has been marked by divergent fiscal responses, divergent access...

7th December 2021
The Impact of Ethiopia’s Balkanization on Somalia

No one could have predicted that the war in Ethiopia will drag on this long and with no end in sight...

7th December 2021
Media Should Smell the Coffee and Focus on The Dre...

The current euphoria and excitement among UDA and ODM, and the false assumption of Raila or Ruto’s p...

23rd November 2021
Why Facebook Keeps Failing in Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s federal army is currently engaged in a brutal civil war with rebel groups, mostly from th...

23rd November 2021
TPLF can Simultaneously Shape Tigray, Ethiopia & t...

TPLF can Simultaneously Shape Tigray, Ethiopia & the Horn of Africa but This Time Anchored in Tigray...

16th November 2021
The Russia-Africa Situation Analysis Report

The 150-page report, released in November, offers new directions, some development prospects and rec...

16th November 2021
Education: How to Stay Relevant in the 21st Centur...

There is plenty of hope, and there are many opportunities

9th November 2021
The ANC is Too Deep in This Democracy Not to Live...

South Africa has been experiencing a voter support recession of sorts in its local government sphere...

2nd November 2021
Promoting The Interests of The Consumer

Ordinary citizens are feeling the pinch with rising consumer prices.

2nd November 2021
Political Violence: Business Survival Strategies

Businesses in South Africa experienced major losses in July from physical damage, business interrupt...

30th September 2021
SDGs in Africa Within Reach If the Continent Pulls...

The recent SDGs Africa Summit 2021 hosted by UCT sought to define an African-centric approach to sus...

30th September 2021
Nigeria Should Rethink Revenue Collection

Quantity does not mean quality - look no further than Nigeria.

14th September 2021
Somalia’s Leaders Need to Learn From Afghanistan

An Al-Shabaab offensive is but one possible eventuality that could threaten Somalia’s status quo.

14th September 2021
Corporate Council on Africa Hosts The 13th U.S.-Af...

The three-day Summit held virtually included 5 plenaries and 12 panel sessions highlighting key econ...

17th August 2021
Climate Change: The Greatest Evil

Some scientists predict a doomsday scenario for mankind. Others give us hope

17th August 2021
Treasuring Africa’s Seas and Oceans

Seychelles considers water bodies worthy of special status and recognises them to be among Africa’s...

10th August 2021
Uganda’s Minerals Investment Opportunity Now at $6...

Uganda is delivering an incentive regime favorable for investment in minerals extraction and value a...

10th August 2021
COVID Vaccination Inequity: Likelihood of Severe C...

Likelihood of Developing Severe Cases Highest in Africa and South America

3rd August 2021
A Future-Proof Data Centre Environment Is Key to D...

Africa needs 700 data centre facilities to meet growing demand for capacity and density in today’s d...

3rd August 2021
Science and Religion On COVID-19: Approaching the...

Let the theologians and scientists take each other with extreme seriousness, and interpret the predi...

27th July 2021
A Call to Renew, Reimagine and Rebuild

What would our ancestors in faith and struggle have said about these times? What insights would they...

27th July 2021
What Ails The University of Nairobi?

The university needs everyone on board to reintroduce the culture of knowledge generation, problem s...

20th July 2021
Riots in South Africa Not About Zuma

Currently, South Africa is burning. It needs to be saved from itself

20th July 2021
Energy Production in Africa

Understandably, energy is expected to drive Africa's economic prosperity.

13th July 2021
Occupational Industrial and Mining Diseases in Zim...

In pre-independent Zimbabwe, indigenous African workers at the mercy of colonial Rhodesian industria...

13th July 2021
Who is Somalia's Next President?

John Maxwell was right: "Everything rises and falls on leadership."

6th July 2021
Punitive Laws Are Failing to Curb Misinformation i...

While these laws have a chilling effect on political and media debate, they do not reduce misinforma...

6th July 2021
Youth Month: What Does Decolonised African Educati...

Are Africans doing enough to decolonise their education curricula?

29th June 2021
Investing in STEM Skills is Crucial in The Data Ec...

To ensure African economies benefit fully from the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), and the data...

29th June 2021
Kenneth Kaunda: The Humanist

Kaunda was a record breaker in several ways

22nd June 2021
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