All articles in 'Development'


China Africa Cooperation: What’s in it for Africa?

With the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s, Africa lost its much-valued geopolitical status. As...

6th May 2008
Bottlenecks in China-Africa Relations

Even though Sino-African relations have enjoyed sound and rapid development, it is imperative that w...

12th May 2008
The Power of Letting Go Peanut Ideas

Are you afraid of failing? I have since learnt that most successful people have more failures than f...

13th May 2008
Can Uganda Feed Starving Populations in Eastern Af...

Uganda stands high comparative advantage in Agricultural production and has the potential to become...

12th May 2008
How to Promote “All-round Cooperation” between Chi...

Shell has been exploiting oil for over five decades in Nigeria, a country with rich oil resources in...

20th May 2008
South Africa: Wage Subsidies will Increase Unemplo...

If government reduced the bureaucratic red tape and relaxed the statutory requirements that prevent...

20th May 2008
Growing Apart: Lessons from Zambia and Thailand

In the 1960s, Zambia produced more output per person than Thailand. Today, however, Thailand’s incom...

3rd June 2008
Food Crisis: Why Rejecting Food Importation Was Ri...

We have to redevelop our taste buds to home grown food. Asians have different types of rice used for...

3rd June 2008
Zimbabwe Must not Persecute its Diaspora

Viewing our economy as a victim of the West has inspired policies in postcolonial Zimbabwe. All poli...

7th June 2008
Food Aid will not Help Africa!

The current food crisis, however, has brought to the fore the need for Africa to urgently map out a...

7th June 2008
Ethiopia: Why is Big Money Failing the Economy?

Despite the World Bank’s constant pumping of capital in Ethiopia for the last 63 years, Ethiopia has...

17th June 2008
Africa-India Partnership Grows from Strength to St...

Together we will succeed as together, we were victorious yesterday against colonialism, apartheid, r...

24th June 2008
Research: Key to Africa's Sustainable Development

There is need for research to evaluate and analyse the status quo as well as internationally floatin...

20th June 2008
Is Africa Set for the Third Berlin Conference?

Africans impotently watch as their continent gets sliced up by emerging and wealthy nations.

24th June 2008
Commonwealth: Africa Changing for the Better

The prospects and challenges of African development should be showcased comprehensively in a single...

30th June 2008
Uganda: EU Roads Performing Dismally

Road agenda setting is held hostage by the government and aid officials who are under no pressure to...

1st July 2008
Nigeria and the Mirage of Job Creation

Unemployment has a direct relationship with inability of the government to perform its required role...

1st July 2008
Absolutely, Donor Money Corrupts

The West, as a rule, does not give a cent out of sheer generosity. It’s all about profit and self-in...

26th April 2005
Entrepreneurship and Wealth Creation

Entrepreneurs are unique individuals in any society. Through the ethos of entrepreneurship, they wi...

31st May 2005
What Food Security?

Government officials in the Third World insist that certain goods must be produced locally, even if...

31st May 2005
Business Can Fight Poverty

Agriculture in Kenya is predominantly carried out by low resource farmers. By increasing commercial...

26th July 2005
Food Insecurity

The problem of food security in Africa still remains a big problem. There is need to support commerc...

26th July 2005
Policy Ideas in Poor Countries

The current approach to developing innovative institutions in the low income countries depends too h...

2nd August 2005
Develop Infrastructure to Develop Africa

Adequate and quality infrastructure is essential for helping to promote trade and development in Afr...

2nd August 2005
Hunger: Employing Food First Strategy

African countries and their partners must have a long-run vision that sees investments in the rural...

11th October 2005
FDI: Kenya Should Sew the Torn Pockets!

The basis for Kenya’s sustained success is a combination of factors: an educated workforce, liberali...

11th October 2005
The Challenge Facing the Scholar of African Descen...

Africans must be educated to know, down to the marrow of their bones, that they must be the owners o...

18th October 2005
The Importance of an African Centered Education

For an African centered education to be meaningful it needs to be focused on development. If an Afri...

18th October 2005
Aid to Alleviate Poverty: Friend or Foe?

The only legitimate help that the West can offer Africa is to stop making disabling policies that ha...

25th October 2005
Kenya: Scorching Sun, Dust, Famine

About 50 persons, both young and old, have walked long distances, braving the scorching sun to beg f...

1st November 2005
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