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Africa: The Road to Sustained and Inclusive Economic Growth
16 - 23 April 2014 Cover Story
Africa still has a long way to go to achieve its transformation, create the jobs that our young people need and increase its participation in the global trade value chain.
Culture
Claiming America to Claim You
Living a life of illusion and believing that it’s better on the other makes most Nigerians in US to fall short of embracing America...
Perspectives
African Diplomats Must Embrace Black Business Owners
There are Black businessmen who have created and run multi-billion dollar companies and have never had an African ambassador come to meet with them....
Business Calendar
2014 Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship
The Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship have attracted more than 7,000 applications from African businesses and awarded prizes of over USD 1.6 million to 30 leading entrepreneurs....
The second Syngenta Photography Award: Call for Entries
The Syngenta Photography Award was created to stimulate dialogue around key global challenges and to establish an important platform to explore issues of global significance through photography.......
Agri Focus
Obsession with 30 out of 30,000 Edible Plants Drives up Malnutrition
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News Round Up
EAJA Launches Investigative Journalism and Corruption Reporting Training
The training will expand knowledge of participants on the understanding of international norms and standards while covering skills, tools and techniques required to conduct investigative journalism....
Health
Participatory Healthcare: A New Trend in Research?
In principle participatory healthcare is laudable, given that patients come into such partnership/relationship better informed and able to negotiate better and take active part in management of their health....
Feature
Africa Rising: the Political Agenda
What has remained controversial is what political structure, or superstructure, is relevant and effective for Africa to ‘rise’ in the competing global economy....
Thoughts
Nigeria is Surely Rising
These observations may not serve to disapprove the writers statistics, but they did convince me that on the ground, there has been some noticeable improvement...
Education
Education: Why Mother Tongue Must Be Embraced
Rather than look at our mother tongues as a problem, we need to view them as a great resource in the learning and personal development process....
THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL

Rising Cases of Insecurity in Africa Sends Wrong Signals
It’s important to modernize the continent’s justice system so as not to let loose the forces of impunity which tend to perpetuate violent approaches to addressing individual, community and country interests....
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Tony Elumelu Testimony: Good for Africa?
Someone in Washington DC, has found a way to sell naïve and ignorant Nigeria wannabes – how to look legitimate in US while allowing them enjoy lemon instead of lemonade.

Culture

Claiming America to Claim You

Perspectives

African Diplomats Must Embrace Black Business Owners

Business Calendar

2014 Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship
The second Syngenta Photography Award: Call for Entries

Agri Focus

Obsession with 30 out of 30,000 Edible Plants Drives up Malnutrition

News Round Up

EAJA Launches Investigative Journalism and Corruption Reporting Training

Health

Participatory Healthcare: A New Trend in Research?

Feature

Africa Rising: the Political Agenda

Thoughts

Nigeria is Surely Rising

Education

Education: Why Mother Tongue Must Be Embraced

 



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