Editor’s Desk

AFRICA: DO WE SEE UNITY?

Since May 1963, specifically on the 25th, various countries in Africa and around the world have continued to commemorate the “African Freedom Day, a day to “…mark each year the onward progress of the liberation… Read More »AFRICA: DO WE SEE UNITY?

Down but not out

man is infallible! In the course of our life-long journey, we are confronted with challenges from which we either stand strong or fall. However, we must learn from such experiences and build ourselves and those… Read More »Down but not out

Be the legacy

In addition to publishing an Afrocentric magazine, I also double as a public commentator and analyst, constantly peeping into the lives of African leaders and unfortunately, going by their painfully abysmal performances in public office,… Read More »Be the legacy

Inside Watch

Having been on the self-imposed task of promoting Inside Watch Africa (IWA) across the globe for the past 10 years, I have become accustomed to people asking me what the name Inside Watch Africa means… Read More »Inside Watch

Make it Home Grown

Right from 1987 in the United States of America, the month of March is observed as the World’s Women’s History Month. Therefore, apart from March 8th, a day set aside to celebrate the International Women’s… Read More »Make it Home Grown

Get the flow to succeed

“Soul is the rhythm o’ sex. It’s the rhythm o’ the factory too. The workin’ man’s rhythm. Sex an’ factory. Not the factory I’m in, said Natalie. There isn’t much rhythm guttin’ fish”. – Roddy… Read More »Get the flow to succeed