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Analysis of African matters of development and politics

The Adult education sector in Africa, remains underfunded and non-mainstream. And this has been to the detriment of millions of Africans who need to be properly educated if they stand any chance at escaping poverty. Many Africa governments continue to fail their uneducated and undereducated citizens as little funding is made...
Africa will not be able to accelerate and sustain growth without adequate access to energy, that's according an expert Currently, over 600-million people do not have access to energy. This is a situation that cannot be allowed to continue, says Vera Songwe, European Union Economic Commission for Africa’s executive secretary, told...
South Africa has big plans for the transformation and development of its public schools. This time around, it's the Department of Basic Education (DBE), in partnership with The Training Room Online (TTRO), who will be rolling out digital learning into the public school sector of South Africa in the form...
One woman making it into the ANC top 6 dealt a major blow to the advancement of women in South Africa’s national politics. The nation will have to live with this for at least the next 5 years and with ANC likely to return power under new President Cyril Ramaphosa,...
US and Africa business sectors want to use 2018 as the year they turned their fortunes around and set a platform for continuous growth for all its peoples. That much can be attested to as the two partners now embark with a new initiative that is geared at improving and...
Africa too, can not afford to let the 'Family Business' model past it by. The model has proved to be a huge success for many of the world's biggest brands. Dominant in Africa, are the likes Remgro, Pick n Pay, Dantata Organization, Ibru Organization, METL Group, Bakhresa Group. And more globally are...
Johannesburg - Cyril Ramaphosa has been declared the new President of the African National Congress, after beatng Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in a very tightly contested election held during the 54th elective congress of the ANC. Ramaphosa replaces the current President of the Republic of South Africa, and now the former ANC President,...
By Brian Ligomeka Lilongwe - Malawi has for the first time and after 50 years of its independence issued biometric national identity cards to 9 million citizens. The issuance of the 9 million national IDs follows the implementation of mass registration exercise completed within a six-month period spanning from May to...
By Tichaona Mushambadope Subsequent to the much awaited cabinet announcement by the new Zimbabwean President, the deafening hullabaloo is but instructive.  It fundamentally reveals three irrefutably truisms. Firstly, that Zimbabweans adore their country and long for the day the country takes its rightful place at the apex of the global...
Lilongwe - Malawi's Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima has told Roman Catholic bishops that he is fully behind their endorsement of a mass protest against the DPP government organised by Public Affairs Committee, according to a report carried by Malawi Daily. The protest march slated for December 13 is aimed...
Malawi's President, Professor Mutharika is not just a lawyer, but a Doctor of the science of Law. It makes his false claims that 'calling the President a liar is unlawful' all the more strange. It means he is educated but not learned, or vice versa, but never both. By Negracious...