The blog is about the historical and contemporary paths of change, that contribute to the course of Africa’s culture, economy, politics, education and climate. It gives my intrinsic perspectives on how the change should be embraced and or countered.
Successful entrepreneurs who don’t complete school are not necessarily C-students. They are students who have, and or had ambitions, wit and wisdom beyond school.
Whether men and women are equal is a socio-political question but whether they are the same, is a scientific one.
The dream of most Africans is largely to be doers of stuff, without intricate thinking through stuff!
As we strive to leave behind a safe and fine planet for our kids, let most of the striving be to leave behind safe and fine kids for the planet.
Race does matter. We have to acknowledge and accept the inevitability, diversity and permanence of our differences before we can think of unity.
Deep within the heart of Africa, there still lives humane and considerate women, holding the nurturing fabric of mother Africa.
The cause of the problem of traffic jams and accidents, is largely skewed towards the uncouth behavior of road users.
Paying medical doctors per patient treated is poised to cause more health challenges.
In Africa, it is not surprising to find an abundantly food-laden village with an equally overwhelming number of malnourished dwellers.
Africa has a significant number of elites, poised and equipped to transform the continent but, they have instead sunk the continent into the gloom of despair. Is education the key?