Tag Archives | Africa

Are the Results of Nigeria’s Elections Already Decided?

  • New Tool seeks to Foster Wealth in Africa

  • Redefining Africa’s Narrative: Why Africa needs Wealth Creation and Not Just Job Creation

  • President Kabila’s Decision to Step Down from Power Should be Celebrated

  • Internal Rejuvenation: The Panacea for Africa’s Wealth Creation for Youth

  • Democratic Republic of Congo Must Reject Power-Sharing Calls, it is anti-Democratic

  • Is Nicholas Haysom a Victim of U.S. ‘Dual Track’ Policy on Somalia?

  • Gabon and Coup Mania

  • Mobile Network Operators in Africa are Conquering Banks’ Fight for Clients

  • Inside the Mind of an African: Winning the War Against Poverty and Perception

  • Why Are International Technology Companies Assisting Repressive African Leaders?

  • Conversation with Congolese Presidential Candidate Francis Mvemba

  • Brazil-Africa Relations during the Bolsonaro Presidency

  • Diversity Management: The Panacea for Mitigating Violent Conflicts in Africa

  • Morocco is the Key to America’s Success in Africa

  • How New Zealand Farmers Found Themselves Involved in a Political Settling of Scores

  • Anglophone Cameroon: Closer to Elections, Further from Peace

  • Melania Trump’s Trip to Africa Sends the Right Message

  • Letter from Ethiopia