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Towards a Liberated Africa
23 - 30 November 2005 Cover Story
In order for Africa to be liberated, the free spirit of her people should first be liberated from the confusing unafrican political system of wanabee national powers. Politicians like to hold history, colonialism or apartheid responsible for their own failures, but the truth lies in inherent structural faults.
Development
Will WTO Meeting Bury Trade Protectionism?
I'm not hopeful that much trade liberalization will happen soon on a global scale. Liberalization will, and does happen more via bilateral and regional cooperation. But a government with open-minded officials and trade negotiators can undertake unilateral trade liberalization....
Q&A
Research for Productivity
Farming should be viewed as a profession in Kenya. A lot of cases document profound financial success of the farming enterprise, even with small land sizes. All that farmers require is initiative and careful planning in deciding the farming venture to engage in....
Regions
Asantehene and Africa’s Progress
As Ghana’s development process shows today, all the development process burdens rest with the traditional rulers and their values since that’s where every development process starts and stops....
Profiles
History of Gabon
Gabon is located in Central Africa. It borders Cameroon to the north, Congo to the east and south, Atlantic Ocean to the west by and Equatorial Guinea to the northwest....
Commentary
Fighting Terrorism: No Easy Task
Globalization is making geography more of a challenge than ever for counter terrorism efforts but it is also providing more opportunity for improved cross border and transcontinental cooperation....
Finance and Banking
Your Kind of Bank
To most Kenyans, the concern is not so much in the safety of funds; after all, the central bank has taken every measure to ensure that deposits are well taken care of. Most depositors are concerned about how much of deposits is going to the over the counter deposits....
Report
Small Things That Make Big Things
Small things do matter. Kabati town is named after one Iron sheet roofed house that existed in the place. Looking at it now, there are many iron sheet roofed houses, a herald of the plenteous harvest expected in the area if all groups play their part well....
Knighthood for Kenya's Leading Film Producer
Kenya's leading film maker, Mohinder Dhillon, knighted by the Order of Saint Mary of Zion during a ceremony at the Royal Artillery Headquarters in Woolwich, U.K. on November 12th 2005....
Announcement
The Third Africa Resource Bank Meeting
The Third ARB meeting will focus on aspects of how Business can Conquer Poverty in Africa. The meeting will explore ways in which business can offer solutions to African problems through the expansion of markets for their products....
Politics
Kenya Jumps a Historic Hurdle
The rest of the world is waiting to see how Kenya handles this critical period in its history. The prophets of doom have already started predicting chaos, saying that Kenya will never be the same again....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Africa: What’s the Way Forward?
Variation is a primary fact of nature. The genius of the liberal philosophy is that it recognizes these differences and insists that the State be only an instrument to protect these natural, variable conditions....

Development

Will WTO Meeting Bury Trade Protectionism?

Q&A

Research for Productivity

Regions

Asantehene and Africa’s Progress

Profiles

History of Gabon

Commentary

Fighting Terrorism: No Easy Task

Finance and Banking

Your Kind of Bank

Report

Small Things That Make Big Things
Knighthood for Kenya's Leading Film Producer

Announcement

The Third Africa Resource Bank Meeting

Politics

Kenya Jumps a Historic Hurdle

 



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