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African Universities Must Fight Poverty
24 - 31 December 2008 Cover Story
Neglect of science and technology in African universities has been compounded by a failure to focus research on the continent's needs, says Mammo Muchie.
The Zimbabwe Debate
Zimbabwe’s Grief, Cholera and Strange Things
We need to expose the brazen and ridiculous lies peddled by Mugabe and his men that "the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe is a serious biological, chemical war force...
Zimbabwe: The Cholera Coup Plot
Zimbabwe: The Cholera Coup Plot
If the Cholera outbreak is a basis for organizing a coup in Africa, then Odinga would have had to organize one weekly in Nigeria where the health system is worse than Zimbabwe....
Britain Can Help Zimbabwe
Britain Can Help Zimbabwe
The AU must recognise their historical disadvantage, and accept that Britain is a part of the solution to the Zimbabwe tragedy....
Democracy
Bush and the shoe-thrower of Baghdad
Bush and the shoe-thrower of Baghdad
Al-Zaidi may well end up as Man of the Year in the Arab media. But let all Iraqi journalists keep their shoes on. They will still need them long after the Americans and the British have made their exit....
Q&A
Ornithology: An Untapped Resource?
Ornithology: An Untapped Resource?
The study of birds has been popular for a long time. Currently, many people are generating their income from birds and related activities....
Regions
Somalia in Crisis: Why?
The very systems that were supposed to modernize our means of production and lead us to prosperity reduced us to recipients of corn shipments that could be easily grown on our fertile land....
Profiles
Prof Miriam K. Were Feted
Prof Miriam K. Were Feted
President Nicholas Sarkozy recently conferred upon Prof. Were the title of Knight in the National Order of the Legion of Honour- the highest decoration in France....
Events
The 7th Africa Resource Bank Meeting - 2009
African leadership has received a fair share of blame in the ongoing poverty and governance challenges on the continent....
The 7th IREN Eastern Africa Media Training
From the precolonial scramble for Africa;cold war coups; drive to control the 'national cake' to oil and mineral conflicts, what role has the media played in this? Is there an economic link?...
The 3rd IREN Eastern Africa High School Essay writing and Debate competition
The 3rd IREN Eastern African High School Debate provides a forum for high school students from East Africa to apply basic economic principles to topical policy issues....
Agriculture
Draft Declaration on Water for Agriculture and Energy in Africa
We recognize that water is a key resource to economic, social and environmental development as well as to hunger and poverty reduction of Africa, and that water and sanitation are prerequisites for the development of Africa’s human capital...
Report
Western Kenya Youth Business Training & Culture Day
Western Kenya Youth Business Training & Culture Day
Mr Buluma decried wishful thinking and challenged youths that it was time they became proactive and translated their ideas into actions....
Announcement
The SIFE Kenya and POSTBANK Essay Competition
The top three students will receive Kshs. 15,000, Kshs.10,000, Kshs. 5,000 respectively. In addition participating students will receive gifts from Postbank....
FREE Downloads on Agricultural Product
It’s Free. Click and download information on agricultural product stewardship....
IREN Intra- East Africa Farmer Exchange Programme
To facilitate the exchange of ideas among farmers, The Inter Region Economic Network (IREN) will be launching an intra East Africa farmer exchange program. Phase 1 of this program will target farmers from East, West and Central Kenya....
Taxation: I Million Signatures Required
Section 5 read together with section 2 of the National Assembly Remuneration Act Chapter 5 of the Laws of Kenya infringe on fundamental human rights contrary to the Constitution of Kenya....
Human Rights
Kenya Crisis: The Battle Continues
In general the Kenyan citizenry is getting empowered to mobilize, organize and communicate their issues to their leaders....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Land Leases: Africa Must Change Mentality
African leaders and elites ought to look inward and be innovative enough to enable their populations tap the vast opportunities that abound in the continent. Failure to do this will perpetuate the status quo that for centuries has prevented Africa from joining the global capital economy....
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Is Kenya Headed for a Class War?
Provincial Administration has the responsibility of organising youth into productive entities....
East Africa Integration: Why Tanzania is
If the rest of these rogues cannot catch up with the beloved virtuous paradise of Tanzania by "...putting their houses in order" first, then hooray - let the great nation match on!...

The Zimbabwe Debate

Zimbabwe’s Grief, Cholera and Strange Things
Zimbabwe: The Cholera Coup Plot
Britain Can Help Zimbabwe

Democracy

Bush and the shoe-thrower of Baghdad

Q&A

Ornithology: An Untapped Resource?

Regions

Somalia in Crisis: Why?

Profiles

Prof Miriam K. Were Feted

Events

The 7th Africa Resource Bank Meeting - 2009
The 7th IREN Eastern Africa Media Training
The 3rd IREN Eastern Africa High School Essay writing and Debate competition

Agriculture

Draft Declaration on Water for Agriculture and Energy in Africa

Report

Western Kenya Youth Business Training & Culture Day

Announcement

The SIFE Kenya and POSTBANK Essay Competition
FREE Downloads on Agricultural Product
IREN Intra- East Africa Farmer Exchange Programme
Taxation: I Million Signatures Required

Human Rights

Kenya Crisis: The Battle Continues

 



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