All articles in 'Perspectives'


Transforming African Cities into Dynamic and Pros...

The focus on people is the starting point around which we can build everything else, including the i...

17th May 2017
300,000 Obeying Devices: Hajime Is Conquering the...

The botnet has recently been propagating extensively, infecting multiple devices worldwide. To date,...

17th May 2017
Confessions of an Orphan: Scars Don’t Make You Wea...

People deal with tough situations and grief in many different ways

17th May 2017
The Future Shape of European Security

How the European Union can adapt to prevent, survive and fight back against threats in a rapidly cha...

17th May 2017
Globalization as a Force for International Economi...

Emerging market economies have accounted for 70 percent of global output growth since the crisis-dou...

17th May 2017
Online Security: The Need for Urgent Collective A...

We need the tech sector, customers, and governments to work together to protect against cybersecurit...

17th May 2017
Somalia Happiness and What It Says About Africa

When a dystopian Somalia is among the happiest, Africa is indeed an unhappy continent and has a lot...

11th May 2017
Women Embrace Entrepreneurship

African women are benefiting from a formal education and are determined more than ever to create wea...

10th May 2017
Constructing Capital Bridge to Africa’s Deal Pipel...

Inventing Africa’s venture capitalist communities and constructing the capital bridge to Africa’s de...

10th May 2017
African Skills Revolution and Demographic Dividend

Africa’s greatest resource is the skills of its people, especially the youth

3rd May 2017
Making Sense of Privatisation

It does not make sense to support entrepreneurship and oppose privatisation at the same time. This i...

3rd May 2017
Rethinking the Somali Reconciliation

The main trouble with Somalia lies with the nature of the postcolonial state and the political cultu...

28th April 2017
Genocide in South Sudan: Britain in the Spotlight

What is the legal basis and validity for the UK to declare Genocide in South Sudan?

28th April 2017
Sustainable Use of Africa’s Oceans and Seas

Africa must possess the capacity to lift the cargo it generates, be they dry or wet, if it must qual...

28th April 2017
The Tana Forum 2017: Africa Rising

The Tana Forum, one of Africa’s foremost think tanks on peace, security and development, will devote...

27th April 2017
Commonwealth-Africa: Shared Heritage for Collectiv...

Annually, I am invited to fora or gatherings that aim to examine the subject of growth, especially a...

27th April 2017
Imagining Africa 40 Years From Now

Some 40 years from now, the world will be totally different. We will have driverless flying cars; we...

25th April 2017
Imagining Africa 40 Years From Now

Some 40 years from now, the world will be totally different. We will have driverless flying cars; we...

22nd April 2017
Water is Life, Sanitation is Dignity

the shareholders of mining companies make a profit, but the local communities are left with water de...

22nd March 2017
Lights, Power, Action: Electrifying Africa

The electricity deficit in Africa is immense. Today, 645 million people do not have access to electr...

22nd March 2017
The Sharpeville and Langa Massacres: Rewriting His...

frica should remember Sobukwe and the victims of the senseless massacre which was carried out today...

22nd March 2017
White Supremacy: Africans and Europeans Fail To Fa...

Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat.

15th March 2017
Trump Giving Terrorists a Field Day

Terrorists are celebrating the arrival of the new US president Donald Trump who recently offered the...

8th March 2017
Ghana@60 To Pursue Digital Developmental Strides

Sixty years after those heady days, too many of our people continue to wallow in unacceptable povert...

8th March 2017
Tech Industry and Gender Equality

Current projections indicate that, by 2020, a mere 3% of all IT related jobs will be occupied by wom...

8th March 2017
Robert Sobukwe: The Forgotten Hero

The ideas of Sobukwe, Mothopeng and Tiro must form the kernel of the curriculum of South Africa’s un...

1st March 2017
Xenophobia: What South Africa is Doing

Reckless abandonment of the core values of Ubuntu will only lead us into a clumsy and irresponsible...

1st March 2017
Lagos: Towards a Model City

Lagos State is the 5th largest economy and fastest growing city in Africa with a population of over...

1st March 2017
Western Sahara: An albatross on African Union’s Co...

Western Sahara thus remains the continent’s last colonial outpost, occupied by another African state...

22nd February 2017
Relocalization Among the Most Marginalized in an “...

A predator, “America First” administration may seek to normalize discrimination and deepen structura...

22nd February 2017
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The 15th IREN Africa Resource...