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27Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

WHAT’S the most precious thing in the world which unfortunately we take for granted and realise it true value when it is impaired? Good health, of course.

26Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) notes that buoyant financial markets and a long-awaited cyclical recovery in manufacturing and trade under way will spur world growth to rise from 3,1 percent...

25Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

AN estimated 1.6 million people in Africa died of malaria, tuberculosis and HIV-related illnesses in 2015. These diseases can be prevented or treated with timely access to appropriate and...

23Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Ea Whispers

IN a world where distractions (and destructions) have become the order of the day, focus has to become a very key element if any of us is to achieve anything we need to achieve.

23Apr 2017
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

AS a regional workshop on agriculture was going on in Arusha last week, news of an army worm invasion in seven counties in Kenya hit the airwaves – a catastrophe that comes just a few months after...

22Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

RECENT reports talk of the East African Community Secretariat being confused following a long lapse since the organization’s Summit met.

21Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

THE Horn of Africa is experiencing its worst drought in 60 years, leaving more than 17 million people in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan food insecure.

19Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

AS the spectre of famine looms over several countries in Africa and the Middle East - with many millions of people suffering severe food insecurity and increasing numbers facing starvation - alarm...

16Apr 2017
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

DURING the recent doctors’ strike in Kenya, the government came up with plans to hire doctors from Tanzania, Cuba and India in order to deal with the crisis.

16Apr 2017
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

THE month of April is a difficult one for Rwandans, one in which all other activities take a backseat as the country remembers a sad chapter of its history:

14Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

Our central purpose today is to underline that a high quality of statecraft is an absolute requirement, in ensuring continuity of ideologically focused leadership in transiting societies in Africa...

11Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

NO region of the globe has escaped the "wave of democratisation," which hit the world from the early 1990s.

04Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

TODAY is the day on which we close the eyes of comrade Ahmed Mohamed Kathrada, permanently; because during his lifetime he opened ours forever and saved us from the blindness of the heart.

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