Let me start by sharing with the loyal and long-suffering readers of Beefs something I have just discovered from my scrapbook. When I was a …
Africa’s salvation does not lie in its leaders sitting through endless international talkshops
in Western or emerging powers capitals, supposedly to drum up investment.
A continent with a begging bowl in hand cannot simply appeal to the better nature of its
benefactors; it needs to rediscover the rituals that once made it great.
After a few beers, confidences would be shared at Jaware. Our correspondent recalls an unusually soul-searching, romantic coming-of-age tale recounted by a friend.
As Burundi lurches towards crisis, where are the leaders we could refer to as moral authoritarians?
South African university students have brought to the surface a subject which, like the equitable distribution of resources, has not been dealt with.