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Comoros: The Dead Island that continues to stifle freedom voices

What image do you get when you think about an island with an exotic name like Comoros? Probably a picturesque island with endless sandy beaches, clear turquoise water, teeming with happy spirited tourists mingling with the locals is probably what you have in mind.

Malawi The Poorest Country In Africa: What’s The Problem? – Peter Yakobe

A few days ago most Malawians were shocked to read the latest World Bank ranking that Malawi is one of the poorest countries in Africa. Personally I wasn’t surprised because that’s the way it is supposed to be according to how Malawi’s current reality.

Between Stomach Infrastructure and Poverty Development Programme - Japheth J. Omojuwa

Stomach infrastructure has come to stay for now, we cannot do much about it until around the year 2023 when I hope our poverty rate would have reduced to less than 20 per cent of the population. Having said that, stomach infrastructure is not going to just disappear from the horizon of our politics except we work out ways to achieve that.

The African Union's illusory quest for financial independence - Asanji Burnley and Chofor Che

In an op-ed by Gulfnews.com dated the 1 of February 2015, African leaders teamed up in Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia in a bid to seek for solutions for an independent African Union (AU).

Borderless ECOWAS: Dream and Reality - A research by Dr. Adebusuyi Isaac Adeniran

Dr. Adebusuyi Isaac Adeniran in this paper "Borderless ECOWAS: Dream and Reality - Exploring The Cost of Trade Barriers in West Africa" looks at t