May 2012

This month issue looks at African leaders. Ripe for Change – Why a new breed of African Leadership beckons.

Singapore – A Modern Miracle

Singapore is an international icon and a benchmark for other nations, particularly coastal ones, to aspire to. Over the years, I have heard country after …

From Tripoli To Bamako

When Sarkozy, Cameron and Obama planned regime change in Libya, did it occur to them that it might jeopardise democracy in Mali, create a humanitarian …

When Gold Was Gold

A glistening new book entitled African Gold celebrates the enormous range of gold ornamental objects and jewellery of West Africa. Major gold fields had existed …

Don’t Call Me African-American

In 1988, Rev Jesse Jackson convinced America’s black population to adopt the term “African-American”. It has stuck for 24 years. But in recent months, a …

Getting Africa On The Road

The world’s automotive manufacturers have been having a hard time of it with the mature markets of the Western world heavily impacted by the financial …

State Projects

The Warri Industrial Business Park (WIPB), conceived as part of the Delta State Government’s strategy for transforming the state into an ideal business destination, will, …

The Governors

Rivers StateGovernor: Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi With a population of five million people, the state capital of Port Harcourt is Nigeria’s second largest commercial centre and …

Joe Keshi: ‘We Are Ready For Business”

Following a distinguished 34-year career in the Nigerian government, spanning a lengthy career in the diplomatic service, in which he served as Nigeria’s consul-general in …