The African dream is materializing slowly but surely. It is about change and opportunity within dignity and self-esteem.
This blog discusses the direction that present African leaders, global banks, NGOs, and think tanks are taking to help develop the continent.
This blog is a platform to share a new narrative of Africa.
The blog is a compilation from the author's experience residing in rural Africa and traveling to different parts of the continent.
A virtual and open book where every young person can discover what lies in policies that could improve our lives and make us happier as Africans.
Insights on my personal experiences when using technology to solve various challenges facing Africa.
Created by two Harvard men, from the Kennedy and Business schools, we highlight African entrepreneurs executing disruptive business models.
African food corner will share recipes from different parts of Africa and nuances associated with food and culture in Africa.
Foreign Policy Analysis of African States, Regional Integration, with a specific focus on the EAC integration process.
This blog is on political analysis mainly focusing on politics, economy and society in sub-Saharan Africa.
I cover economic trends in Africa, development and African affairs.
An instructive critique of pertinent contemporary political and social economic issues.
This is a blog that mainly focuses on Economics, Entrepreneurship and Education.
The blog's fabric unravels the intricate dynamics of change and counter-change.
On this blog, I will write about the stories of those individuals driving and inspiring positive change across Africa.
Conservation Ecology is about African wildlife and conservation is highly diverse.
Driving the conversation on international business and strategy development so as to bridge the gaps between Africa and the developed world.
Economics Today analyzes some of the political and economic issues faced by South Africa.
I write about African higher education, private higher education, higher education governance, foreign aid and Africa’s educational development.
Encouraging debate that improves electoral processes in Africa.
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