This week our person vis-à-vis Bedroom Democracy is none other than Janet Museveni the wife of Ugandan long-time ruler Yoweri Museveni who is another king…View More More Viewpoints on Bedroom Democracy
Dear your Excellency Salva Kiir Mayardit the president of the republic of South Sudan (RSS), Dear Dr Riek Machal leader of rebels, I hope…View More Turmoil in South Sudan (An Open Letter)
When news broke that Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was chosen a head of African Unity (AU), tongue wagged especially in the west. Mugabe has no…View More A Final Break with Colonialism
The recently concluded Sino-Africa Summit aka Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in South Africa offers one major lesson: the need and significance for the reunification…View More Summit Demands Pan-African Union
The World Bank’s central mission, when it was established in 1944, was to reduce global poverty and ensure that global development was environmentally-sound and socially-inclusive.…View More Turmoil at the World Bank
ARUSHA – Implementation of the East African Community (EAC) Common Market Protocol has been made easier with the launching of the third version of the…View More Common Market Protocol Goes Into Effect in East Africa
KAMPALA – Having nursed the dream of making a breakthrough in the business world by bringing onto the market a new product, Ms. Lovin Kobusingye…View More Fish Sausage is the Latest Culinary Trend
JOHANNESBURG/CAPE TOWN – A study submitted to South Africa’s ruling ANC to reform its vital mining sector proposes a 50 per cent tax on profits…View More Will South Africa Nationalize its Mining Industry?
THE state-run fixed line telecommunications company Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) has announced reductions in data tariffs. The once privatized company made the commercial decision…View More How Should Data be Paid For?
KAMPALA – Members of the business community engaged in cross-border trade within the East African Community countries of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania are…View More Border Tariffs are not Good For Business