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Education
How Relevant is Education In Africa?
03 - 10 January 2007 Cover Story
African governments accepted education policies without questioning their relevance in the new era. The universities continued to adopt curricula suitable to graduate employees and never endeavored to train owners of production and entrepreneurs
Development
Is Africa Passing on Poverty as a Legacy?
Ever wondered why politicians ride on people’s backs, plunder and squander wealth while their poor subjects watch? Most subjects have a narrow focus of life....
The Private Sector: Key to Meeting Millennium Development Goals
If current trends continue, Africa is most unlikely to meet the targets. There is considerable scope for the private sector to play a critical role in contributing to the achievement of the MDGs in Africa...
Q&A
Africans Don’t Harbor Corruption Genes!
We need to be very careful when engaging developed countries. They are not stupid. They know what they are doing. If they make us feel we have ineffective governments, they will later become our governments....
Regions
African Investors Should Take Over Tri-Star Uganda
But how can one explain the fact that Tri-star’s troubles began way back yet presidential advisers on AGOA were seated high and mighty in government watching the country enter a blind alley?...
Profiles
History of Entebbe
In the local Luganda language, Entebbe means a "seat". It was probably named that because it was the place where a Baganda chief sat to adjudicate legal cases....
Environment
No Looming Climate Chaos Yet!
We have time to respond rationally and responsibly, evaluate competing claims, demand real science and evidence, devise sensible laws and policies, and develop new energy generation technologies...
Finance and Banking
Zimbabwe: A Ripe Investment Destiny?
The reality however is that the country doesn’t just have land clashes to offer. The market, like few other African ones, is open with so many opportunities....
News Round Up
Nigeria Pledges to Reduce Oil Disasters
Nigeria’s government promised measures to avoid future disasters. In Nigeria, pipeline fires occur frequently as people try to scoop fuel leaking from broken pipes or those that have been vandalized....
Agriculture
Farmer Group Comes of Age
Problems facing low resource farmers such as limited finances, lack of farm inputs, poor markets, pests and lack of water cannot be solved by one person. They require concerted efforts from various stakeholders....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Beware of Crimes against Humanity
Millions of Africans continue to suffer as a result of crimes inflicted upon them by both the international community and their local governments....

Development

Is Africa Passing on Poverty as a Legacy?
The Private Sector: Key to Meeting Millennium Development Goals

Q&A

Africans Don’t Harbor Corruption Genes!

Regions

African Investors Should Take Over Tri-Star Uganda

Profiles

History of Entebbe

Environment

No Looming Climate Chaos Yet!

Finance and Banking

Zimbabwe: A Ripe Investment Destiny?

News Round Up

Nigeria Pledges to Reduce Oil Disasters

Agriculture

Farmer Group Comes of Age

 



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