CULTURE

Book Review

AFRIKOLOGY: DECONSTRUCTING AND RECONSTRUCTING KNOWLEDGE AND VALUE IN AFRICA Ronnie Lessem and Anselm Adodo Publisher:…

Xhanti Mpakama – The Afrikan Bronze Sculptor whose Lifelike Pieces Speak Volumes

In this issue we talked to Xhanti Mpakama, a South Afrikan sculptor whose unique bronze…

Preserve Traditional African Architecture

Mention that you live in a mud house to African urbanites, and you will get…

The Sakuye people of Northern Kenya

Often unheard of and mistaken for the Borana, the Sakuye are a small, semi-nomadic group…

Three Reasons why Swahili is important to Africa

Growing up in East Africa, specifically in Kenya, Swahili, or Kiswahili as we call it,…

THE ISHANGO BONE:

THE WORLD’S FIRST KNOWN MATHEMATICAL SIEVE AND TABLE OF THE SMALL PRIME NUMBERS Abstract This…

WHOLENESS

A RELOOK OF A HISTORICAL PLAGUE: INTRIGUING STORY OF THE FOUR THIEVES

It is said that there are 17 different versions of the “Story of Thieves” or…

Glyphosate/Roundup & Human Male Infertility

Steep decline in human male sperm count concomitant with rise in testicular germ cell cancer,…

Arorwet and Tendwet: The Amazing AfriKan Herbal Remedy for Infertility

The solutions to Afrika’s increasing health crisis, don’t lie in complicated pharmaceuticals. They don’t rest…

Your Heart Deserves the Best

On this particular day, I went for my usual morning walk around a neighborhood in…

View All Wholeness

ECONOMY

Excuses, Excuses, Excuses = Mediocrity

Recently, I’ve been having a series of thoughts on the subject of mediocrity and what being mediocre really means. In recent weeks I’ve had conversations that in various forms have raised the…

Energy in Africa by Africans

A Sustainable Development Approach to Re-Installing an Energy Sector; Energy-Mix, Segregation for Integration, and Credit System Peer reviewed by Alpheus O. Igbokoyi *This article has been edited from the original research paper…

The Great Reset

A World Economic Forum Initiative The world is abuzz with talk of The Great Reset as is being advanced by Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and Executive Director of the World Economic Forum…

The African Background of Modern Medical Science

The origin and evolution of healing as a special skill long antedates other important human invention such as agriculture and animal domestication and might as well deserve consideration as ‘the oldest profession’.…

Silencing the Guns in Afrika

He who goes to war without the knowledge of peace fights for nothing. He doesn’t understand what peace looks like and will not recognize peace when he meets one. Peace is a…

A healthy gut intrinsically links to national development and prosperity?

Why Africans must begin to treat the agricultural sector with the utmost importance Edited by Justin L. Hill Recorded history is replete with numerous examples whereby singular events have played an integral…