Opinion Editorial

"The views expressed in this article are his own and don't necessarily reflect KBC's opinion"

OPINION: From Survive to Thrive, working together for a better Africa

For most of us, 2020 has been a year of almost dramatic, almost traumatic change. As individuals, our lives have been transformed; as businesses, our operating models have been revolutionised; and as a society,...

China set to steer the global fight against climate change

Long after the elections in the United States closed, the world is still some way from knowing who the next president will be. But as one and all kept their eyes glued to the...

Countries look to expand trade ties with China in the Shanghai Expo

In what will depict a completely contrasting situation to the state of affairs in other parts of the world, China is set to host the annual China International Import Expo signaling a return to...

Youth economic inclusion is the remedy for political instability

At a conference in 2015, Club Madrid, an organization bringing together former presidents and Prime Ministers from democratic States, identified exclusion of groups such as youth from the economy as one of the primary...

Handshake of Equals for Win-win Cooperation

I was kind of disappointed somehow, frankly, upon my first-ever arrival at JKIA on August 29, 2008. A very friendly and hospitable airport. But, wasn’t its size too modest for a regional hub, a...

FOCAC: Two decades of a shared journey toward new heights

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Senegalese counterpart Macky Sall who is the current African co-chair of FOCAC,...

Political violence eroding gains made in the fight against extremism

Politically motivated violence is a recurrent challenge in many countries. Sadly, youth play a prominent role in perpetrating such violence.  Throughout history, young people have been recruited into armies, militia and other organized fighting groups...

If not checked, political rallies may become COVID ‘biological bombs’

The decline in Covid-19 infections in the last few weeks could be an indicator the country is finally flattening the curve of the pandemic whose devastating economic and social outcomes will be felt for...

Management principles in these exceptional times

The COVID-19 pandemic has spread with alarming speed, infecting millions and bringing economic activity to a near-standstill as countries imposed tight restrictions on movement to halt the spread of the virus. The economic damage has...

Opinion: Coastal region should spearhead Kenya’s blue economy agenda

Hosting the first-ever Sustainable Blue Economy Conference in November 2018, attended by 16,000 delegates from 184 countries, Kenya emerged as a global champion of the blue economy. The conference ended with global commitments to fully...
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