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By Ken Amaeshi   As BA6262 was nearing Harare, I saw some excavations, dryness, and red earth. “It is truly an African soil,” I
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By Jubril Adeojo   Presumably, it is now widely and globally known fact that the major cause of climate change (via global
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By Charles Iyore     If the economy were a craft, which it is, the driver will regularly want to monitor and report on the
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By Nick Price   Best practices for governance give us some general guidelines about the expectations for the individual who
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By Kenneth Rogoff   To the dismay of many energy experts, the World Bank recently rather capriciously decided to stop funding
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By Kenneth Amaeshi   On the 26thof July 2019, the pan African entrepreneur, Mr Tony Elumelu, through his Tony Elumelu Foundation
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By Ohi Unuigbe   Corporate governance mechanisms and controls are designed to reduce the inefficiencies that arise from moral
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By Bongo Adi   “Chinko” is the  street name disparagingly labelled on cheap and substandard Chinese products but has equally been
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By Chidi Oti Obihara   Just last month my borough in London Docklands declared that it was calling a climate change emergency. It
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By Ken Amaeshi, Ndidi Nnoli & Uwafiokun Idemudia   Africapitalism is about how the private sector can contribute to