Opinion & Analysis

Oct 26, 2018
In 2003, the Akwa Ibom State Government of Nigeria began a journey of many miles, a journey that will not only be arduous and expensive but a journey that is…
Oct 23, 2018
One of the fastest and most reliable ways of building financial wealth and planning for retirement in this challenging economy is investing your little earnings rather than saving in banks…
Oct 20, 2018
The Zambian cabinet recently approved a flat tax of K0.30 ($.025) per day for all WhatsApp internet calls and other voice over data services much to the displeasure of the…
Oct 18, 2018
South African investors' belief that the country is permanently in some kind of pre-Armageddon has probably cost them trillions of rand over the past twenty years. The number of failed…
Oct 16, 2018
African Philanthropy is entering a new era. A hotbed of innovation, it can make a decisive contribution to addressing the continent’s challenges, and also inspire work in other parts of…
Oct 11, 2018
Competition law is set to become an increasingly important consideration in relation to deal activity and commercial conduct in Uganda, particularly given the impending promulgation of a Competition Bill, which…
Oct 11, 2018
Now more than ever, Africa has and is becoming the epicentre of the incredible phenomenon know as Africa rising. The creative world and now the marketplace is bursting with dresses,…
Oct 09, 2018
The official results of Cameroon’s October 7, 2018 presidential election are due in two weeks. But they’re not expected to yield any surprises. Paul Biya (85), who became president in…
Oct 07, 2018
South Africa has a dire shortage of organ donors. This means that doctors struggle to find suitable donor organs for critically ill patients who would die without receiving a transplant.…
Oct 03, 2018
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) has revealed that the nation’s stunted economic development was attributable to unhealthy politics, poor leadership and the tussle for resources distribution at…
Sep 28, 2018
If ever there was a perfect example of South Africa requiring a burning platform before taking decisive action on the economy, it’s encapsulated in Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba’s eventual…
Sep 28, 2018
Twenty-eight years after independence, wealth in Namibia is still skewed along racial lines laid down in the colonial period. The level of inequality is one of the highest in the…
Sep 25, 2018
Household consumption slipped in the second quarter of 2018 as people adjusted their spending habits following the VAT hike and fuel price increases, according to the South African Reserve Bank’s…
Sep 22, 2018
Smoking dagga can still get you fired, under the right circumstances. And staying away from cannabis – at least just before you go to work – could still be a…

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