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Oil: Curse or Blessing?
16 - 23 November 2005 Cover Story
Nigeria is a heart rendering paradox. A rich country with desperately poor people.Our oil wealth has been more of a curse than a blessing. A perilous path with perverse negative outcomes.
Development
Hyperinflation: How can it be Reduced?
Reducing inflation generally involves slowing the economy down through contractionary policies; monetary and/or fiscal. The government can reduce monetary growth, streamline government expenditure, and execute low budgets....
Q&A
Emeka Okafor: Blogs Entrepreneur
In Nigeria, I always saw flashes of magic in terms of creativity, inspiration, innovative thinking, but they were mere flashes. You would always hear stories that were inspiring but there wasn't any sustainable momentum to them....
Profiles
Djibouti – A Brief History
Djibouti's economy is based on a number of service activities associated with its strategic location and its position as a free-trade zone. It is a major port for NE Africa, as well as an international transshipment and refueling center....
Commentary
Why Isn’t COMESA Creating More Wealth for Africa?
COMESA is not failing; progress has been made and nothing can be expected to happen overnight. Thus, to turn away from COMESA would be a mistake. Rather, the problems facing integration need to be recognized discussed and solved....
News Round Up
SIFE Kenya Annual Luncheon
The event brought together SIFE Kenya sponsors, the universities and friends of SIFE....
Events
The 3rd Africa Resource Bank Update
An annual event for Africans and friends of Africa keen on a better Africa...
IREN Events
Mr. Shikwati will be attending the Economic Freedom Network workshop in Oman where he will make a presentation on Reclaiming Africa: Economic Freedom from an African Perspective....
Report
Snapshots on how Business is Conquering Poverty in Africa
“Like the Biblical Peter," says Rev. Kitaka, who is encouraging faithfuls to be entrepreneurial and productive, “we have cast our nets in the deep and toiled all night since 1840, but caught no fish. But now, we are casting our nets on the other side....
Announcement
Forum on Governance in Africa
The African Union Commission is involved in the development of common governance instruments, including a Convention to prevent and fight against corruption and above all, an African Chart on Governance....
Invitation to a Timbro Conference
Today, Asia is an economic world power. The 'Asian tigers', the 'miracle economies' in Southeast Asia, and fast-growing China and India all provide evidence in favour of the liberal development model....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Stop Internet Terrorism!
We at the African Executive are proud to be part of the new developments linking Africa to real issues and the future. Stop 'internet' terrorism and let us reason together!...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

French Riots: Equal Treatment for all
What is driving the French immigrants has nothing to do with religion but rather the young men, black African origin, feel cheated by France’s official promises of liberty, equality, fraternity and the high handed policies that have worsened the pervasive...
Outrage over Kenya’s sale of wildlife
Both the wildlife and tourism sectors have been a closed entity benefiting only a few. By exporting animals to Thailand, the Asiatic market is expected to offer competition and open this sector....

Development

Hyperinflation: How can it be Reduced?

Q&A

Emeka Okafor: Blogs Entrepreneur

Profiles

Djibouti – A Brief History

Commentary

Why Isn’t COMESA Creating More Wealth for Africa?

News Round Up

SIFE Kenya Annual Luncheon

Events

The 3rd Africa Resource Bank Update
IREN Events

Report

Snapshots on how Business is Conquering Poverty in Africa

Announcement

Forum on Governance in Africa
Invitation to a Timbro Conference

 



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