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EU Anti-Africa Migration Stance Contradicts History
28 - 05 December 2007 Cover Story
Africans going to Europe just like explorers, missionaries and other thugs did are barred and referred to as illegal immigrants; whilst in post colonial era, Africans still remember and treasure names such as Livingstone, Mungo Park, Henry Morton Stanley, Carl Peters and others!
Democracy
Majimbo Debate: What’s in a Name?
What Kenyans want can assume any name so long as in principle, they have an effective say in the way they are governed...
Political Hippos Must Go!
Kenyans go to the polls on Dec 27, 2007. The mood of the electorate is one of betrayal, disappointment and anger. What is happening in Kenya is a carbon-copy of what has transpired elsewhere in Africa....
Opinions
Ian Smith Was Better Than Mugabe
Ian Smith ruled under exactly the same conditions like Robert Mugabe’s today, but the former defied the odds and made Rhodesia a leading industrial economy in the Southern Hemisphere....
Development
Leveraging on China’s Thirst to Develop Africa
African governments need to wake up to the realisation that it is their responsibility to develop Africa. Otherwise, China’s thirst will be quenched, the African leaders will be blessed with personal wealth and the people of Africa will, as usual, be cursed....
Q&A
The Effects of CHOGM to Uganda
Uganda has gained exposure and earned credibility when it comes to its ability to host high profile events, we might see Uganda hosting events of the same kind in the nearest future....
Profiles
History of Bobo-Dioulasso
The city is significant economically with agricultural trade and textile industry; and it’s the center of culture and music in Burkina Faso....
Finance and Banking
A Primer on Commodity Futures
Why would one invest in commodities and not the conventional stocks or bonds as always done in the past? What difference does it make in return...
Reaping from Stock Market Chaos
Some behaviors are thought to be random but not to the very experienced hawk eye. This is where the debate about the chaotic nature of the stock exchange comes along....
Investment Opportunities
Why are Foreign Investors Shunning Education?
African governments must ask investors to invest in sectors that will improve the living standards of Africans, empower Africans economically and generally lead to the growth of the continent....
News Round Up
East Africans Free to Work in Rwanda
President Paul Kagame announced that East Africans professionals seeking employment in Rwanda will not have to acquire work permits after all. The president said that the nation was looking for ways to add value to the East African Cooperation...
Feature
Colourless Politics
The meaning and value that colour carries cannot be overstated. It reveals the inner feelings of a person regardless of whether one intends to communicate the same when choosing the colour or not....
Agriculture
EU Standards:The Way to Go for African Exports
With products entering it from more than 200 countries, the EU has developed wide-ranging legislation to ensure the safety and standardisation of its many food imports....
Report
Anglican Church of Kenya Rejects EPAs
Development experts, farmers and economists alike are concerned about the effects that these changes are likely to have given the fact that a Free Trade area between the EU and ACP is not fair....
Education
We Must Adorn Self Confidence
Crying will not save Africa. We have to stop, think and analyze where we are, why we are where we are, where we want to be and how to get there. This will not require foreign intervention. We must chart our own course!...
Universities Should Provide Industrial Solutions for Africa
The research agendas of universities should be increasingly defined through interaction and negotiation with non-academic parties, in particular government and industry....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Reduced HIV/AIDS Estimates: Lessons for Africa
Africa must guard against falling prey to externally generated stereotypes meant to destroy its developmental immune system and render it vulnerable to all manner of manipulation....

Democracy

Majimbo Debate: What’s in a Name?
Political Hippos Must Go!

Opinions

Ian Smith Was Better Than Mugabe

Development

Leveraging on China’s Thirst to Develop Africa

Q&A

The Effects of CHOGM to Uganda

Profiles

History of Bobo-Dioulasso

Finance and Banking

A Primer on Commodity Futures
Reaping from Stock Market Chaos

Investment Opportunities

Why are Foreign Investors Shunning Education?

News Round Up

East Africans Free to Work in Rwanda

Feature

Colourless Politics

Agriculture

EU Standards:The Way to Go for African Exports

Report

Anglican Church of Kenya Rejects EPAs

Education

We Must Adorn Self Confidence
Universities Should Provide Industrial Solutions for Africa

 



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