All articles in 'Development'


Mental Enslavement: The Battle Continues

The major portion of the African mind is today still securely imprisoned in the racist value systems...

3rd February 2009
Taxation and Sustainable Management of Natural Res...

The prudent use of natural resources is a necessary condition for sustainable growth in developing e...

7th February 2009
Obama Sparks Hope in Black Appointments

Despite of our political success and the increased number of mega black churches, millions of Africa...

9th February 2009
Legal Plunder! All the President's Men Faulted

The shameful defense of the controversial end-of-service package by Ghanaian legislators again remin...

16th February 2009
SIFE: Changing the World

A SIFE student appreciates an individual’s circumstance in its entirety. subsequently, he becomes a...

16th February 2009
Texas Supplier Fined $500m for Bribing Nigerian Of...

A major US engineering and military contractor has agreed to pay more than $500-million in penalties...

17th February 2009
Children and Development

Children bear the brunt of poverty; therefore, poverty reduction should begin with them.

22nd February 2009
Re-thinking Nigeria to Make it Better

If one were to randomly pick 100 PhDs/Drs, from Nigeria, chances are, a good number are milled from...

22nd February 2009
Financial Crisis: The World Must Not Forget Africa

Our shared objective is clear: to ensure that Africa not only weathers the immediate storm, but emer...

3rd March 2009
Security Implications of the Global Financial Cris...

One day we will look back on this time through a counterintelligence lens and see that, although it...

9th March 2009
Economic Bailouts or Africa's Betrayal?

If you look at the history of Africa, no country has ever escaped colonial legacy-cum-machinations.

16th March 2009
Psychological Effects of Colonization Haunt Africa

Many Africans will bend over backwards to help a foreigner, but find it hard to even grant audience...

6th April 2009
The Dual Political-Economic and Climatic Crises o...

There are profound dangers inherent in the impending collapse of Western civilization.

7th April 2009
Infrastructure Investment: Key to Africa’s Economi...

Poor or inadequate infrastructure slows down the growth potential of any economy. The difference bet...

7th April 2009
The Dual Political-Economic and Climatic Crises o...

The process of decolonisation was not always peaceful -- Algeria, Kenya, Vietnam, Indonesia, Angola,...

14th April 2009
Politicians: Bottlenecks to African Unity

The African masses are tired of borders, restrictions, national passports and identity cards.

21st April 2009
The Dual Political-Economic and Climatic Crises o...

To those who are now turning to Keynes for “answers” to the present crisis, it should be sobering fo...

27th April 2009
Uganda Mocks ILO Conventions

Whereas what Ugandan workers need is the living wage, a minimum wage would set a benchmark to negoti...

10th May 2009
Sex Strike: Motivation to Explore Gender, Ethnicit...

Some of the pronouncements, actions and demeanor of our women have been impediments to the advanceme...

15th May 2009
Africa Braces for Integration

We must sequence and prioritize the integration agenda and guard against making commitments which co...

11th May 2009
Labour Unions in Uganda, a Threat to Workers’ Righ...

In Uganda, trade unions are preoccupied with internal squabbles. They have hardly mobilized and recr...

18th May 2009
Asantehene's New Progress Philosophy to Pay Divide...

At the deeper developmental level, the Asantehene, over the past 10 years, have exhibited what is in...

25th May 2009
With Resolve, Africa Has a Bright Future

The Continent can and should look to its future with confidence and forge ahead to give concrete exp...

26th May 2009
Uganda Pursues Energy Sufficiency

All the rivers in Africa have the hydro-power potential of 456,630 megawatts. This is not enough to...

9th June 2009
Partnership Key to Improved Service Delivery

African Public Service organisations and individual Public Servants are beginning to demonstrate tha...

18th June 2009
Seven Reasons Why The Niger Delta Must Be Taken Se...

Long before the formation of the most ferocious non-state group to ever traverse the Nigerian landsc...

19th June 2009
Economic Growth: Africa Walking the Tightrope

Making sure that vital spending is maintained without sacrificing macroeconomic and fiscal prudence...

22nd June 2009
The G8: Africa Must Rethink Development Model

The G8 is only keen to throw money at our challenges, but that will not help change our century old...

30th June 2009
Migrants Feel the Heat of Economic Crisis

Migrants are among the hardest-hit labour force groups in the current downturn. In most OECD countri...

6th July 2009
COMESA Customs Union: Economically Viable?

Viability is contingent on political coordination and common economic objectives.

7th July 2009
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African Perceptions of the Eur...