March 04

  • Namibia: Audi Details Future Wagons - the Avant Prologue [opinion]


    Keeping true to form, Audi came up with a new concept by going back to the past. Read more »

  • Namibia: Moving On Up! [opinion]


    The Volkswagen Up is one of the most important cars Volkswagen has launched in recent years, but has only recently been made available to African markets. With the likes of the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Consumer News - a Bird in Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush [column]

    New Era

    THIS week I must start my column with feedback from last week when I wrote about the chickens supplied by Namibian Poultry Industries. The company contacted me through their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mujuru Whirligig Dance Isn't Forever [opinion]

    The Herald

    You may be wondering what kind of dance this is. Well -- and this is a bit of education for many of us -- the whirligig beetle is the now infamous hard-to-catch, whirling water... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nzelu - Preventing Cancer: the Role of Vaccines [opinion]


    THE 2015 theme for World Cancer Day (February 4) is 'Not Beyond Us,' which takes a proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that the solutions are available and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NNPC Replies to Guardian Article [opinion]


    OUR attention has been drawn to The Guardian editorial of 23 February 2015 titled "Forensic Audit of NNPC: Matters Arising. We are encouraged and hereby commend The Guardian... Read more »

  • Nigeria: A New Beginning? [opinion]


    Let's for a moment, imagine the globally-wired Internet Ecosystem without the Satellite. The world of tomorrow belongs to those nations that can properly harness, organize, manage... Read more »

  • Nigeria: PWC's Submissions On NNPC - Matters Arising [opinion]


    THE long-awaited report of the forensic audit of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) which the Federal Government hired PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to conduct has... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Akinola - a Rejection of Dodgy 'Transformation' [opinion]


    THE culture of wanting to induce the support of potential voters with gifts, dates back to the introduction of electoral politics in our polity. One had observed, while growing up... Read more »

March 03

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