Africa

Business in Africa: Uni-Life Group International

17th August 2019

Business in Africa: Uni-Life Group International The Uni-Life Group International was established by Nana Kwame Wiafe of Ghana in 2018. The business has its headquarters in Ghana’s capital city, Accra. Uni-Life Group International engages in a wide range of commercial activities. It has interests in Hypermarkets, Import and Export, Super Markets, restaurants, Convenience Stores, General […]

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Book: The Greatest Economists by Linda Yueh

Book Review 1: The Great Economists by Linda Yueh

29th September 2018

Book Review: The Great Economists by Linda Yueh I am currently reading the book titled: The Great Economists: How their ideas can help us Today. The book highlights the work of 12 leading economists and then makes commentaries on how we can use their ideas to a better life today. I have already read Chapter […]

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Thomson's Falls, Nyahururu town in Laikipia County.

Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu

12th May 2018

Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu Thomson’s Falls was ‘discovered’ by Joseph Thomson, a Scottish geologist and naturalist in 1883. Thomson Fall’s is a famous globally for its seer beauty. Joseph Thomson is also said to be the first European to walk from Mombasa at the Coast of Kenya to Lake Victoria in Kisumu County in the early […]

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Photo 4: If you thought this was a result of heavy rainfall, then think again. These are huge stones which were torn apart by natural forces.

The Mai Mahiu Fault lines

5th May 2018

The Mai Mahiu Fault lines On 14 March, 2018 it all happened. The earth’s geological forces took action and created Mai Mahiu fault lines cutting the Narok-Mai Mahiu road into two sections. This happened just three kilometers from Mai Mahiu trading center. The fault line is reported to be up to two kilometers on both […]

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Africa’s Population will double by 2035

6th July 2017

AFRICA POPULATION TO DOUBLE BY 2035  Africa’s population is projected to double in the next 35 years.   How many are we now? We are 1.216 billion strong!   Double that. We will be 2.4+ billion strong in 2035. This will be accompanied with opportunities as well as challenges. We must start working on reducing […]

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Let’s embrace Transfer Pricing to get more income from our minerals!!!

4th February 2017

PROPER TRANSFER PRICING CAN LEAD TO HIGHER REVENUES FOR AFRICAN COUNTRIES  The International Monetary Fund (IMF) beliefs that African countries can get more revenues from mining through engaging in proper transfer pricing. A few African countries have real enjoyed revenues generated from the mining industry. Still many have not. Research findings from the natural resources […]

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