Africa has recorded some of the world’s strongest rates of economic growth
The Covid-19 preventive measures have seen businesses such as restaurants and public transport shut down and free movement curtailed
Africans are not just mistreated in foreign capitals alone. They are also mistreated within their continent.
Thousands of irregular migrants stranded in various countries are facing grave risks to their lives.
The best America can do now is to shed the superior-inferior stereotypes, listen and have a sober dialogue that will lead to empathy, shared commitment and a peace rooted in justice and recognition of shared humanity.
What happens when the source of funds used for philanthropy is tainted and toxic?
Currently in Kenya, the political divorce involving the UhuRuto marriage is being talked about prominently because of its effects and impacts on the politics of the country. It’s now an open secret that the two Kenyan politicians, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, no longer see eye to eye or enjoy their bromance-cum-dalliance. […]
The European Union’s bid to warm towards China in the dawn of the ‘end of an American led system,’ the shift of power from the West to the East and quest to follow its own interests and values without being ‘instrumentalized’ opens a new era in the world. Can Africa take a leaf from the […]
There are two types of economies. The first type is the economy that people need in order to survive and to live a good life. Then, there is the economy of pleasure and leisure. If I was to put it in Runyankore, there is the economy of okubaho (to survive) and the economy of omwiguto (pleasure). The big […]
There is no absolute enmity in politics except permanent interests based on individual ambitions. This is the reason why many political leaders could loathe each but are still able to mend fences to safeguard self-interests or the collective good. Despite the turbulence Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is going through in the Jubilee government, there […]