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The Namibian land ownership crisis and the country’s affirmative repositioning movement

The republic of Namibia, a southern Africa nation, is one of the highest developing countries in southern Africa. Predominantly desert, it neighbors South Africa in it’s southern border and Angola to the northern side. The nation is home to roughly 3 million residents among who 10 percent reside in the capital Windhoek. The South West […]

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The dilemma, to build or to pack and leave in pursuit of better pastures; Africa’s migration crisis

The desire for a better is inherent in every human being. People are always striving to better their future prospects and that of their generations to come. This means that if the opportunities are not at home, one has to migrate to a suitable location. In Africa, poor policy framework has led to numerous economic […]

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Green houses proven reliable and in demand, sparking new business for small and large scale farmers in Kenya

The arable and semi arable lands of central and eastern Kenya have been under exploited economically for agricultural production. Unpredictable weather patterns have been a key factor limiting the productivity from limitations in planning for production. In a bit to curb the fluctuations in humidity and other key variables, there has been a gradually adoption […]

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Consumerism in Sub-Sahara Africa; protection of consumer interests still a major challenge for most developing countries.

Affluence is quickly gaining momentum in Africa. In various African countries the middle class population bracket continues to rise. This has led to growth and expansion of African cities to accommodate this new wealth. It has also led to growing concern about the prevalent exploitation and abuse of consumers rights as the African nations’ economies […]

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Suspicious Chinese Agenda in Africa

In post colonial Africa, there hasn’t been any single nation that has had such tremendous influence on Africa as China has today. But what are the results of such profound influence on the African countries? In what way is this invasion critical to the China –Africa expansion? The reality, according to McKinsey’s report Dance of the […]


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Infatuation with English Soccer

The growing infatuation with English football in Africa; can the sport foster unity amongst the sports fans and citizenry at large? Since the inception of television in Sub Saharan Africa around the 1970s, the love for European sports like soccer, rugby and volleyball spread across the continent. Among those sports, soccer stands out with the […]


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