All articles in 'Perspectives'


A Stable Horn of Africa Depends on a United Somali...

The only political leaders in this world who are proud of their countries’ colonial heritage dwell i...

16th July 2019
African Parliamentarians Ready for Effective Coope...

Russia has attached great importance to the development of inter-parliamentary diplomacy

9th July 2019
Debt Diplomacy: Five Realities that African Countr...

There is no altruism on anyone’s part; it is all about advancing and protecting perceived national i...

9th July 2019
Unpredictability: Somalia’s Undoing

Somalis thus can be described as a people on the quest for eternal change, for the sake of change.

2nd July 2019
Promoting Peace, Culture and Human Rights Through...

Trade, culture, peace and human rights are inextricably linked

2nd July 2019
Deconstructing the Privatization Scam – A Very Bri...

In Ethiopia, the next big item for sale is the Ethio Telecom

25th June 2019
Ideal and Policies of Pluralism: The Gap

Our world is getting better - but not as quickly as we might hope

25th June 2019
Collision of Cultures and Communication in Forest...

Kenya has been promoting the participation of rural communities in the management and utilization of...

18th June 2019
The African Development Bank Group: Calling for St...

Regional integration is crucial for Africa's accelerated development.

18th June 2019
Africa in the Age of Surveillance Capitalism and N...

The colonial reference in the book is in order for us to have an easier understanding of the contemp...

11th June 2019
Huawei-US Showdown: Economic Risk for Nigeria

Under Trump, the US has decided to jettison the “leader of the free world” sobriquet

11th June 2019
European Epistemology and an African Philosophy of...

On the 21st of October 1949, Robert Sobukwe delivered a powerful and riveting speech at the Fort Har...

4th June 2019
Practising Humanity Amidst Changing Nature of Arme...

We need humanitarian multilateralism urgently today as geopolitics leans towards great power contest...

4th June 2019
Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement i...

However, there are still many hurdles to overcome before Africa’s independence and unity fully bloss...

28th May 2019
Revitalising Nigeria’s Agricultural Sector

For Africa, and for Nigeria in particular, Agriculture offers us huge opportunities

28th May 2019
Sustainability of Africa’s Food and Agriculture Sy...

According to UN FAO, the world in general and Africa in particular is facing unprecedented challenge...

21st May 2019
Ramaphosa’s Influence in South Africa Polls

When Magashule denies that Ramaphosa changed the electoral fortunes of the ANC he is being disingenu...

14th May 2019
Can Modern Monetary Theory Lead to Full Employment...

The gold standard completely died in the early 1970s, and in this digital era, the state can create...

7th May 2019
Kenya’s Vision 2030: The Need for Communication an...

While talking may be easy, communication is a skill, just like athletics, that needs to be learnt an...

7th May 2019
Kenyan Diaspora: A Neglected Constituency

Kenyans in the Diaspora play a pivotal role in enhancing Kenya’s economic growth.

30th April 2019
Prince Mashele’s Comparison of Africans and South...

Sowetan columnist Prince Mashele opens his article in the Sowetan of 29 April 2019 thus: To visit a...

30th April 2019
The Tyranny of Food Habits: A Key Challenge to Foo...

Cultural values guarding the tastes for particular food menu of societies persist regardless of the...

23rd April 2019
Anatomy of South African Elections

There is no doubt that the 1994 elections were rigged because there was no voters roll.

23rd April 2019
Making the Higher Education Sector Relevant in Ken...

I wish to outline a few issues concerning the state of universities and tertiary education subsector...

18th April 2019
Key International Relations Issues Facing South Af...

South Africa’s foreign policy during Apartheid was primarily focused on ensuring the maintenance of...

18th April 2019
Cross-Border Regulation in Relation to Digital Ass...

History has shown that regulatory gaps or vacuum have contributed to perpetuate fraud, led to financ...

9th April 2019
Zimbabwe: Cyclone Idai, Sanctions and Capitalism

Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique were devastated by a tropical cyclone, one of the worst disasters ev...

9th April 2019
Is Uganda Making Fortunes From Tanzania’s Smuggled...

Kagera region is losing one-third of its harvest to smuggling into Uganda

2nd April 2019
Futurealist on Big Data: It’s All about the People...

Big data promises to help businesses uncover opportunities they never knew existed

2nd April 2019
Financial Inclusion: Promoting a More Gender-Balan...

Remarkable progress has been made in providing equal opportunities for both men and women over the l...

26th March 2019
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