All articles in 'Perspectives'

Africa in the ‘Made in Russia’ Era

Russia has to open its market for Africa

21st February 2018
How to Make Democracy Work for Africa

We can no longer hide under the excuses of being victims or pawns in the world order.

20th February 2018
Why Africa Needs More Think Tanks

These are institutions at the center of planning and forecasting for the future, legislating and act...

20th February 2018
Uniting the African Family

African businessmen should organise themselves with their counterparts in the diaspora to generate w...

20th February 2018
The African Value Chain: Harnessing Local Talent a...

It is important, therefore, that African governments at all levels identify their areas of comparati...

13th February 2018
The 16th IREN Eastern Africa Media Forum: The East...

This event is open to journalists and communicators interested in development, security and futures...

12th February 2018
Deconstructing Migration Myths

There is no massive influx of migrants, since the latter account for only 3.4 per cent of the world...

6th February 2018
Africa Must Turn Her Challenges to Positive Gains

I see President Trump's 'shit hole' remark as a clarion call for reflection and re-examination for...

6th February 2018
Evangelicals: Are They Gaining the World and Losin...

No one anticipated that Evangelical leaders would steep so low as to justify infidelity in the guise...

30th January 2018
East Africa: The Benefits of Regional Integration

I congratulate the new EALA Speaker, Martin Ngoga, upon his election. I had been briefed about the d...

24th January 2018
CSR - The Right Way

CSR needs to be reframed as a contributor to profitability – and that means treating it like any oth...

23rd January 2018
Why Africa Should ‘Earn’ Respect

Donald Trump’s underscores this fact: “Shithole Africa” is the “Global Gold Mine”

23rd January 2018
Tony Elumelu: The Entrepreneurship Journey

Many of you know that I was once synonymous with banking, but I have come to redefine myself since t...

23rd January 2018
Patrice Lumumba: Commemorating the 57th Anniversar...

Africans must revisit this history and protect our genuine leaders and the continent’s resources. We...

16th January 2018
Married Or Single: How to Thrive As a Female Entre...

Married and single female entrepreneurs have different challenges and different advantages

16th January 2018
Education: How to Skyrocket Your Skills

By using the internet for e-learning, students can plan their study time around their daily activiti...

9th January 2018
A Robust African Union in 2018

In 2018, Member States will be funding almost 40% of the African Union programme budget, compared to...

9th January 2018
One Nigeria: One People

The importance of unity to any country cannot be over-emphasized.

9th January 2018
Ethnic Hatred and the Future of Ethiopia

Foundational to any vision is how we view others. Do we believe our own tribe, group, ethnicity or o...

2nd January 2018
Democracy and Economic Freedom

The struggle for rapid economic development is very far from being won.

2nd January 2018
Mogadishu: Why Somalis Must Have a Candid Dialogue

How can Somalis go about starting a candid conversation about the capital city claimed by sub-clans?...

25th December 2017
Africa: Leadership and Partnership Opportunities

Improving governance is recognized as a priority concern of all societies.

25th December 2017
Africa Rising: Why Governance for Structural Tran...

Huge governance gaps remain and the pace of structural transformation is too low compared to the con...

19th December 2017
Russia-Sudan Relationship

Over the years Russia and Sudan have maintained a strong economic and diplomatic partnership

19th December 2017
Africa Should Rethink Governance for Structural Tr...

The quality of governance explains and drives transformation, development and democratization.

12th December 2017
Challenges of Democracy & Development in Africa

Democracy evolves and countries are at different stages of evolution in democratic governance.

5th December 2017
In Memory of Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe

PAC leaders such as Sobukwe, Peter Raboroko and Zeph Mothopeng made history although the ANC tries v...

5th December 2017
E-learning in Africa: Four Key Essentials

The rate of technological advancement in Africa is growing rapidly. Introduction of computer and int...

28th November 2017
Africa’s Rebound Demands Bolder Strategies

Manufacturers and retailers seeking to stay one step ahead in Africa’s complex markets need to move...

28th November 2017
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