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Development
Strengthening India- Africa Ties
09 - 16 April 2008 Cover Story
The African leadership expects India to become a shareholder in Africa's development; a shareholder that is well informed of African aspirations.
Fashion
Reconciling Sleep and Image
Reconciling Sleep and  Image
Our fashion quotient is scaling higher heights. However, we are loosing out on the most basic of our living blocks – better sleep....
Technology
Linking Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) For Development
For a nation to withstand competition in this era of globalisation there is need for such to identify its niche areas and build on it by the application of scientific methods....
Large File Menace: The Way Out
When someone needs to send a large file without using email, one may want to know what services and tools are available at one’s disposal that do not need tech knowledge. One can use the traditional approach of sending email attachments....
Democracy
Truth about Genocide still Haunts Kagame
Truth about Genocide still Haunts Kagame
Several underlying issues about the genocide still need to be unearthed.
The world deserves to know what transpired in Rwanda in 1994....
Development
Only Reformed Institutions can Shape Kenya
Kenyans are prepared to sweep weighty matters and hide them under the carpet. Land issue, negative ethnicity, resource allocation among other issues need to be resolved one once and for all....
Q&A
Beyond Crystal Clarity
Beyond Crystal Clarity
Your water may be as clear as the word crystal may go but still contain pathogens harmful to your health....
Commentary
Graves Are Not yet Full
Africa’s wars are steering the continent toward a sea of self-destruction so deep that even the greatest horror writers are unable to fathom its depths....
Evil: Intellectually Unmanagable
Ghanaian schools have become supporters of irrational deeds – a reflection of a nation trapped between forces irrationality and forces rationality....
Finance and Banking
Uganda Moving Towards Pension Reforms
Uganda Moving Towards Pension Reforms
Pension sector challenges are not restricted to Uganda alone. Germany for instance, passed a law in the year 2007 to increase retirement age from 65 to 67. This was a bid to keep the aging population employed longer....
Investment Opportunities
Safaricom IPO: Kenya’s Commercial Success Story
Safaricom IPO: Kenya’s Commercial Success Story
The Mobitelea 'mystery' is a case of a thief investigating a thief...
News Round Up
India – Africa Summit
India – Africa Summit
The first-ever India-Africa Forum Summit that began on 8th April is expected to create a closer partnership between India and Africa. The partnership will help address common goals and challenges....
Health
Attracting Pharmaceutical Investment to South Africa
Attracting Pharmaceutical Investment to South Africa
Any government wishing to attract large IP-based investment needs to develop a track record that includes strong IP protection, a stable, business-friendly environment, low taxes, minimal bureaucracy and a flexible labour market....
Feature
South Africa Needs More Demanding Customers
South Africa Needs More Demanding Customers
The service can be surly and slow, the food can be overpriced and badly prepared and everyone at the table will mumble about the terrible dining experience. But if the manager walks by and asks, “How are things?” you’ll find scowls replaced by smiles....
Agriculture
The Challenge of Reviving Zimbabwe’s Commercial Agriculture
Zimbabwe is a good case study of various angles of many of the issues that are being hotly debated about how to jump-start Africa’s agriculture....
Looming Hunger Needs Urgent Deliberations
Looming Hunger Needs Urgent Deliberations
By subsidizing the fertilizer prices, the government will have saved itself from further expenses that will be experienced in feeding the people should the situation not be arrested....
Report
Zimbabwe Business in State of 'Dollarisation' Denial
ZNCC members, bankers, industrialists, academics, economists and interested citizens disagree on the acceptability of 'dollarisation' in an economy that has contracted by almost 70% since the year 2000....
Announcement
AATF Partners with Monsanto,CIMMYT to Form WEMA
The partnership called Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) is an
African-led project formed in response to a growing call by African farmers,
leaders and scientists to improve yield stability and protect the harvest of
smallholder farmers in the face of drought....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

African Governments Put on Notice
Most African governments are not only predatory, but they do not speak the same
language with their people....
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Kenya’s Rich Preying on the Poor
If the post election’s rage is anything to go by, we are soon headed for a class war: the poor versus the rich!...
After Anjouan: What next for Tanzania?
Efforts must be extended to other Countries in Africa where crisis are vulnerable, if president Kikwete is serious with regional peace...
Safaricom IPO: Author was not Genuine
I think the writer of Safaricom IPO: A Watershed IPO was paid to write the article....

Fashion

Reconciling Sleep and Image

Technology

Linking Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) For Development
Large File Menace: The Way Out

Democracy

Truth about Genocide still Haunts Kagame

Development

Only Reformed Institutions can Shape Kenya

Q&A

Beyond Crystal Clarity

Commentary

Graves Are Not yet Full
Evil: Intellectually Unmanagable

Finance and Banking

Uganda Moving Towards Pension Reforms

Investment Opportunities

Safaricom IPO: Kenya’s Commercial Success Story

News Round Up

India – Africa Summit

Health

Attracting Pharmaceutical Investment to South Africa

Feature

South Africa Needs More Demanding Customers

Agriculture

The Challenge of Reviving Zimbabwe’s Commercial Agriculture
Looming Hunger Needs Urgent Deliberations

Report

Zimbabwe Business in State of 'Dollarisation' Denial

Announcement

AATF Partners with Monsanto,CIMMYT to Form WEMA

 



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