if African countries do not allow the free entry of industrial country goods, they are likely to face market, investors and industrialized-country political backlashes By Alinaitwe Moses Snr The rules, institutions and operations of global markets, unchanged since the end of formal colonialism, are among the greatest obstacles to the
Africans and their descendants should work to become owners of their companies, creators of their own jobs and employers of their people. By Mawuna Koutonin In the United States, over 70% of Black people work for White people.In Europe, this number is close to 100% of Black people working for
We would never free Africa and the rest of the world without building a different financial system, and China is showing us the way. By Mawuna Koutonin You might have missed the point.Do you know why white countries are attacking China for her African deals?Most of you think it’s because
BY MAWUNA KOUTONIN Do you know that the European Union is giving money to farmers in Africa to grow cacao and coffee?Africans don’t drink coffee nor eat much of chocolate, but have to dedicate huge part of their lands to grow those cash-crops instead of food-crops to feed their kids.Now
I HATE the snaky language of the people behind profit making businesses, hiding motives under humanitarian posture. BY MAWUNA KOUTONIN China lifted 800 millions people out of poverty during the last 30 years without all the mambo-jambo falseness and posture of the humanitarians and NGOs.It’s the biggest and the fattest
By Dele Farotimi (Please take note of Number 6 so you know that the oppressors of our people can be dislodged ) INFORM yourself and the masses about the issues. Knowledge is power. The knowledge of the commonalities of our collective afflictions, should provide the glue to bind the masses
By Aaron Ainomugisha As the world jointly fight COVID_19 pandemic, businessmen,leaders,motivational/inspirational speakers, entrepreneurs, and other categories of people can’t and shouldn’t take this period for granted. A tickling period. Bill Gates and Barrack Obama earlier prophesied how the world would suffer if no enough measures are put to avert pandemics/disasters
Zimbabwe’s government cut the prices of basic goods, including bread and sugar, back to the levels they were prior to entering a coronavirus lockdown in late March. In announcing the move, Vice President Kembo Mohadi said the imposing of the 21-day lockdown led to a spike in prices of basic goods.