Asian countries have dominated much of the news in this decade over their economic growth and boom. Despite talks on the recent strides, Africa has remained on the back burner. And yet African economies have grown steadily despite the global […]
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Primary school enrollment has increased from 59 percent to 77 percent in sub-Saharan Africa over the past decade. This increase is due in part to the drive and commitment by governments in the region to achieve universal primary education set by the […]
China and India get all the headlines for their economic prowess, but there’s another global growth story that is easily overlooked: Africa. In 2007 and 2008, southern Africa, the Great Lakes region of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and even the […]
While wananchi (Swahili for citizens) are honoured that Barack Obama finally decided to drop in, they are not terribly enamoured by the supposed intentions behind his visit. Many still believe Obama’s Africa tour is part of a new, shrewder scramble for this continent’s vast resources – a sort of brutal brawl that pits American interests against China’s.
Christmas last year was well lived for me, and I thank God for it. The economic hard times we are going through (both in United State where I am at the moment, and elsewhere you may be) may have impeded […]