Friday, 19 July 2019

Remembering SASO, 50 Years After Their Inauguration

Like a flower that defiantly blossoms from a rubble of dirt, history has shown that from the most tragic of situations can emerge ground breaking achievements including but not limited to the political, intellectual, artistic, and the scientific. This is true of South African Students Association (SASO) that emerged right in the middl...

By Katlego Mereko about 5 hours ago

The Best Restaurants In Kigali, Rwanda

Over the last few years, residents have witnessed the restaurant scene boom in Kigali. The city has embraced its status as a bourgeoning economic, innovative, and creative hub in the region, and with it has come exciting new flavors and options in the culinary industry. Restaurants can be found all over the city that produce not only a...

By Leah Feiger about 5 hours ago

South Africa’s State Owned Companies: A Complex History That’s Seldom Told

The problems of South Africa’s state owned enterprises are in the headlines every day. Yet many have existed for over 80 years. Why were they established in the first place and how have they survived this long? Their histories provide clues for their successes and failures.

By Nancy L Clark about 5 hours ago

Ghana Hopes to Benefit From Hosting Africa’s Free Trade Area Secretariat

Ghana has been chosen by the African Union (AU) to host the secretariat of the African Continental Free Trade Area. It beat other competing countries including Egypt, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar and Senegal to win the bid. As a free trade area, member countries have come together and agreed not to impose tariffs, quotas and o...

By Adu Owusu Sarkodie about 6 hours ago