People with disabilities often face difficulties when accessing transport services. Inadequate and unsuitable options restrict their mobility, independence and ability to navigate their communities. This limits their opportunities for employment, education, healthcare and social engagement. These individuals can also be …Continue reading
There are several reasons why development in Central Africa is lagging behind. However, the sub-regions’ real obstacle is poor governance of public affairs. As long as this aspect is relegated to second place, even the best development policies will be …Continue reading
South Africa’s Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe, has blamed the private sector for South Africa’s blackouts that have destroyed businesses and jobs. Surprised? I am not.
Politicians who believe in government controls advocate for an interventionist role of government in the …Continue reading
Despite the potential of digitalization in achieving regional integration, Africa experiences relatively slow adoption. Delays in clearing goods at countries’ borders and ports impede their timely and cost-efficient movement across the continent. Sub-Saharan Africa ranks lower in the border logistic …Continue reading
In a free country the government is not the parent of society. Instead, it is an institution that safeguards a framework for voluntary interaction, cooperation, and competition between the people.
Laws like the proposed Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes …Continue reading
Attempts to remove petrol subsidy by past administrations triggered protests and stiff resistance. After swearing-in on May 29, the President Bola Tinubu’s administration removed fuel subsidy in Nigeria. Nigeria’s refineries are non-functional thereby necessitating the continuous importation of refined petroleum. …Continue reading