All articles in 'Perspectives'


The Brexit Vote: Should Africa Be Concerned?

Our journalists should expend their energies and efforts in the direction of Africa's continent...

4th July 2016
Africa as a Partner; Not a Beggar

Partnering with Africa is strategically and economically the safest possible route and a WIN-WIN for...

27th June 2016
Africa in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolut...

The OAU was transformed into our present day African Union (AU) in 2002 in Durban. The leaders of ou...

30th May 2016
Why Africa’s Industrialization is Still a Mirage

One can transplant industries to Africa but not industrialization. The responsibility is on Africans...

3rd May 2016
UN Reforms: Towards a Common African Position on A...

For seven decades, we have allowed our voices to be muffled, for seventy years we have accommodated...

19th July 2016
The Role of Green Energy in Achieving Sustainable...

Although Africa has immense renewable energy potential, harnessing the same is still at a nascent st...

25th July 2016
Africa is Outgrowing the Object of Pity Condition

Africa is getting out of the pitiable condition that underlined negative stereotypes about the conti...

27th June 2016
Africa-China Cooperation: Taking Stock

The media has an important role to play in publicizing and promoting the investment opportunities in...

21st June 2016
Africa and the Election Farce

If one goes to a list of rigged elections around the world in Wikipedia, South Africa’s 1994 rigged...

22nd August 2016
Africa and the Elections Farce

If one goes to a list of rigged elections around the world in Wikipedia, South Africa’s 1994 rigged...

22nd August 2016
Israel-Palestine Conflict: The Museveni Perspectiv...

Down with terrorism, long live the freedom of all the peoples of the world and justice to all the pe...

7th July 2016
What Can Africa Learn From The UK Referendum?

What impresses me the most is the fact that Europeans respect their people and institutions.

28th June 2016
Decisions and Commitments from the 2016 African Gr...

The AGRF once again proved to be a multi-stakeholder forum bringing together a diverse range of infl...

12th September 2016
Colourism: What Can a Mother Do?

I was bullied because of my skin, called names such as “black by nature,” and I watched as the light...

13th September 2016
Socio-Economic Transformation

By mixing both the capitalist and socialist stimuli to the Chinese economy, the Chinese Communist Pa...

15th August 2016
Hichilema: Zambia Leadership Needs Fixing

This Thursday, Zambia will head back to the polls. We have a proud democratic tradition that rightly...

8th August 2016
Inadequate Knowledge Hampers Russian-African Inves...

Africa needs broader coverage in Russian media. Leading Russian media agencies should release more t...

26th September 2016
TICAD VI Nairobi Declaration

TICAD continues to play a unique role in the development dialogues on Africa through its innovative,...

29th August 2016
Social Effects of Digitalisation

Men can’t leave their phones alone, experiment shows. Women wait twice as long to touch their phones...

23rd August 2016
Local Grassroots Prosperity is World’s Prosp...

There is no single country in the world today that is powerful, smart or moral enough to take care o...

23rd September 2016
Africa's Public Diplomacy and Soft Power Defi...

The sky is the lower limit for Africa in terms of public diplomacy and soft power. But Africa must t...

23rd September 2016
Owonifari Demolition: Security Threat or Forced Ev...

Evictions can only be seen as lawful if they are considered to be necessary mainly in “exceptional c...

8th January 2016
African Diplomats Must Embrace Black Business Owne...

There are Black businessmen who have created and run multi-billion dollar companies and have never h...

14th April 2014
Africa Agenda 2063: Pathways to Realization

It is our determination not to characterized by future generations of Africans for squan...

1st April 2014
Why Africa Must Practice Agency

Make no mistake, the reason for the on-going demise of Africa is not because of the Arab slave trade...

22nd April 2014
Newspapers Still Relevant in Africa: The Star CEO

The value of newspapers in setting the agenda, defining society and recording history, and the impor...

21st April 2014
Somalia: In Search of a Foreign Policy

The idea that Somalis feel more ‘Arab’ than ‘African’ is open to debate.

5th April 2014
Lobbying and Foreign Corruption Networks

Western lobbies, secret contacts, networks, disguised sources, and mafia groups exist in African cou...

28th April 2014
Building Science and Technology Capacity in Africa...

Today, Africa’s stock of graduates with secondary and tertiary-level skills is highly skewed towards...

21st April 2014
The Worldwide Web We Want

The Web we can trust, that is the Web We Want. The Web that contributes to global peace, that is the...

28th April 2014
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