How African Development Bank’s lifeline lifted Nigeria out of recession

The African Development Bank provided a much-needed lifeline at a time when it was very difficult to secure budget support loans from anywhere else, as the country struggled with the…

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4 Common Capitalism Myths Debunked

Fee.org (by: James Davenport) One of the most disappointing things I face as a college professor is the lack of understanding most students have regarding capitalism. The simple fact is, despite…

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3 Ways How President Mnangagwa Can Make the New Zimbabwe A Success Story

Republished from Rational Standard  by: Ibrahim B. Anoba The curtains of celebration are gradually drawing home in Zimbabwe as President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumes office to lead the country out of its numerous…

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The Dos and Don’ts of Talking Liberty

by: Jeffrey Tucker Nearly everyone knows there is something wrong with the world as it is. The liberty-minded person believes that he or she knows a major part of what…

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Shadreck Chirikure: Oral Sources for Documenting Precolonial African Trade and Exchange

Republished from Oxford Research Encyclopedia If one of the limitations of documentary sources on precolonial African trade is that they mostly provide the view of the observers (and not the…

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