Monday, October 15, 2018

A Tale of Two Economies: Formal and Informal

TEMA -- An informal economy should be better known as the every-man-eats economy. It is the structure of economy that permits man to make...

Ethiopia, Kenya Ranked Best Coffee Growing Countries

Ethiopia ranked first among top 10 coffee growing countries by a group of 11 roasters and writers. Thrillist.com asked 11 coffee industry experts to rank...

My Manhood and the Mis-Education of the Governor of the Bank of Ghana

“I would prefer to be the least important person in a United Africa, than the most important person in a divided Africa.” (Sekou Toure...

Materialism, Africa’s Dalliance with a Weapon of Mass Destruction

ACCRA -- The vast terrain of America is nothing but a scene of war crimes. Since Europeans, except perhaps the Vikings, descended upon it,...

Property Tax is Absolute Nonsense, This is my Ancestral Home

“Every Man has a Property in his own Person. This no Body has any Right to but himself. The Labour of his Body, and...

African Men Don’t Print Their Own Money, Don’t Make Their Own Guns – What...

EGBA FORTRESS OF ABEOKUTA -- Freedom has become an idea. Even an illusion. The reality of which has long escaped the consciousness of the...

The Marketing Campaigns of Neoliberalism

KUMASI -- A man whom you have heard of but never before encountered knocks on your gate. His arms are full with products to...

Lee Kuan Yew, Death Of A Visionary, An African Perspective

Lee Kuan Yew, the former prime minister of Singapore, died on March 23 2015. He was an iconic leader who transformed a small backward...

The End Of Monetary Dominance And The Last Dollar

In 1992 in the waning days of the Cold War, an American Neocon, Francis Fukuyama, published an essay “The End of History and the Last Man”. The West thought it had finally gained control of the world. The iron laws of Karma work. Less than 23 years later, we can adapt their own words against them and write “The End of Monetary Dominance and the Last Dollar.”

A Sharing Economy In The 21st Century

Reliant upon constant high-speed connections, a new paradigm is slowly emerging where businesses spring up based on clients' “sharing” ideas, resources, knowledge, goods, or services. These services reflect the increasing ability of more people to individually participate in the economy and society via sharing and technology.