CULTURE

Brave Heart from Father to Son – Book Review

Father to Son This book could not have come at a better time than this,…

Ubuntu and Reconciliation

Ubuntu philosophy can easily be referred to as the base of the African philosophy of…

The Defamation of Afrikan Culture:

The Case of Waing’a An old song in the Gîkûyû (Kikuyu) language is translated thus:…

Rastafari, Pan-Africanism and Unity

Nearly every Rastafarian is a Pan-Africanist, while only a few Pan-Africanists are Rastafarians. Unity is…

Book Review: Maua and The Garden of Plenty

Maua and the Garden of Plenty is a children’s book written by Linda Omare, co-founder…

Cultural Tourism: Adventure, Culture and Ecotourism

Culture plays a pivotal role when it comes to tourism because it sort of draws…

WHOLENESS

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It’s Africa vs. African Union

Sourced from grain.org as published on 19th May 2022 August 18, 2021. A day like…

The Intrinsic Racism of the Population Control Movement

One of the most prominent motivations of the population control movement is racism, which has…

Interview: Restoring Afrika’s Natural Home Births System

Lucy, thank you so much for hosting us and thank you so much for taking…

From land grab to soil grab – the new business of carbon farming

Farmer looking at erosion in field. Photo: populationeducation.org The world’s largest agrochemical companies want to use…

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ECONOMY

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Africa Can Create Real Wealth Through the Development of the Physical Economy

This presentation by physical economist and Africa analyst, Lawrence Freeman, was part of an international conference entitled `Solutions for African Economic Development` hosted by Christophe Ndayiragije and PD Lawton. You can find…

Tourism: The Unseen Characteristics of a Global Product

Without knowledge of the characteristics of the tourism product it might be hard to survive in this industry that is governed by services, as the product is intangible. The ability to distinguish…

The Tourism Product Life Cycle:

The Case of Kariba Dam The tourism product life cycle is a delicate matter that needs to be handled with care since the service is intangible. According to Butler, we have several…

Defying All Odds Through Women Entrepreneurship

Women generally face the predicament of being looked down upon in business circles. Gender stereotyping is a bane to not only past and present females but future ladies as well may well…

The Dark Truth About Why South Africa Destroyed Its Nuclear Weapons in 1990

Originally published on siliconafrica.com Why would any country voluntarily dismantle its nuclear weapons which take years and billions to develop? South Africa is the only country which ever give up its nuclear…

Nuclear Power A Necessity for Africa’s Economic Growth

Nigeria and Ghana making nuclear power part of their future A nuclear power plant March 12, 2021 It is essential that African nations advance their plans to build nuclear plants as part…