April 22

  • If the Democratic Alliance Ran South Africa [opinion]

    SACSIS

    The Democratic Alliance (DA) in power and Zille as President. What would South Africa be like? Read more »

  • Jubilee Should Focus On Security, Jobs [editorial]

    The Star

    The Jubilee government should prioritise security and employment as it embarks on its second year in power. The first year ended with criticism from the opposition that it failed... Read more »

  • Empowerment Policies Must Be Intensified [editorial]

    The Herald

    As we celebrate 34 years of the end of colonial rule, there are still people who want to stand on the side of the oppressor and talk about an end to indigenisation and empowerment... Read more »

  • 'Support Somali State or Risk Takeover' [opinion]

    Shabelle

    Restoring law and order in this anarchy is no simple matter, writes Peter Fabricius. Read more »

  • Intensive Care - We Can Save Nigerians [opinion]

    Vanguard

    Survival chances for many recent deaths in Nigeria would have been greatly improved had we been blessed with top notch intensive care services. Read more »

  • Why Is Mzee Depleting the State? [opinion]

    Observer

    A steel company is about to complete what looks like a warehouse or showroom at what used to be Uganda Railways Corporation staff quarters in Nsambya. This prime land, with a very... Read more »

  • Tororo's Jopadhola, Iteso Must Rotate Power [opinion]

    Observer

    For some time now, the people of Tororo county have demanded a separate district that would include Tororo municipality. In response, some years back, President Museveni sent Dr... Read more »

  • Little Bella's Killer Should Be in a Mental Facility Not a Jail Cell [opinion]

    New Times

    A week after the March 28 murder of 12-year old Bella Isimbi Uwase by the hand of her family's erstwhile houseboy, Sylvan Mahoro (we learnt that his real name was Sylvan... Read more »

  • Natac's Work Commendable [opinion]

    Times of Zambia

    I AM Impressed with the work that the National Association of Teachers Against Corruption (NATAC) is doing on the Copperbelt. Recently, sensitisation workshops on curbing... Read more »

  • Mathematics Is for Everyone [opinion]

    New Times

    Mathematic is one of the science subjects that is feared by students because it is considered hard. Most students (including those at university) tend to avoid subjects or course... Read more »

  • The Enemy Is Us! [column]

    SW Radio

    As we grew up, we come across so many stories that reflected the experiences of those who came before us. Read more »

  • Fani Kayode's Strange Nightmare (II) [opinion]

    Daily Trust

    Thirdly, and this point has been made severally, pilgrimage is one of the five pillars of Islam and is compulsory for Muslims to perform it in Mecca. Read more »

  • As Discontent With the ANC Increases, Is the EFF a Sober Alternative? [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    UNTIL recently, South Africa laid claim to the title of Africa's biggest economy, being the beacon of its former President Thabo Mbeki's vision of an African renaissance. But two... Read more »

  • On the Complex Reintroduction of the Zimbabwe Dollar [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    THE most important price in any nation is the price of its national currency in relation to other currencies. The main component in the successful reintroduction of the domestic... Read more »

  • Beyond Death At the Stadia [opinion]

    Vanguard

    THE initial response of the Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, to the death of 21 young job applicants, including four pregnant women, at the Nigerian Immigration Service recruitment... Read more »

  • Jubilee Should Quit and Kenya Hold Fresh Polls [opinion]

    The Star

    Jubilee government of President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto should resign because it has no legitimacy. The Supreme Court led by the Chief Justice Willy Mutunga should also... Read more »

  • Self Discovery [opinion]

    New Dawn

    The greatest discovery or invention any one could ever make is not gold mine, or crude oil exploration but self discovery. Of the two billion people on the face of the earth... Read more »

  • Exam Malpractice Is Destroying Nigeria's Future (I) [opinion]

    Premium Times

    Schooling and the education system that supports it, was developed as an instrument to equip children from early childhood to adulthood so they can lead productive public lives and... Read more »

  • The 2015 Presidential Election Will Not Be Televised [opinion]

    Premium Times

    The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria entitles the president to run for a term of four years renewable for another four. This means, barring death or impeachment, the... Read more »

  • Farming Is Africa's Best Bet for Jobs [opinion]

    The Star

    Cereal yields in Africa are less than 50 percent of those in Asia or South America. FAO estimates that one in five Africans is undernourished. Malnutrition, as measured by stunting... Read more »

  • Why Police Documentary Wasn't Aired On Television [opinion]

    The Star

    THE reasons behind the cancellation of the airing of the much publicised and awaited Kenya Police Service documentary in major TV stations can now be revealed. Read more »

  • Hurdles Before PDP's Bid to Capture Adamawa, Borno, Yobe [opinion]

    Daily Trust

    The PDP is renewing its efforts towards winning Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States in the 2015 general elections. How far can it go? Read more »

  • Big Data for Poor Students [opinion]

    Namibian

    COUNTRIES need skilled and talented people to generate the innovations that underpin long-term economic growth. This is as true in developed as it is in developing economies. But... Read more »

  • Single Customs Territory Will Boost Cross-Border Business [opinion]

    New Times

    Importers are now relieved after the commencement of the single customs territory framework along the Northern Corridor that was officially operationalised early this month for... Read more »

  • Beware When Traitors Look Like Saints [opinion]

    New Times

    Rwandans still remember this time twenty years ago when the world abandoned them to calculating genocidaires and deranged mass murderers. The result was more than a million people... Read more »

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