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A Mosaic Career Will Help You Create Wealth And Happiness

A Mosaic Career Will Help You Create Wealth And Happiness

Most of us spend more than half of our waking hours working or doing work-related activities. That’s a lot of time! As Tony often says, your time is your most valuable resource – and if you’re unhappy at work, where you spend at least 50% of your time, then it will be very difficult to […]

Sudanese Call For Bread And Freedom

Sudanese Call For Bread And Freedom

For weeks, popular protests have rocked Sudan, with thousands of citizens coming out to decry the high cost of bread and call for the downfall of the regime of President Omar al-Bashir, who has been in power since 1989. Echoing the 2011 Arab Spring in neighbouring Libya and Egypt, demonstrations have spread across the country, […]

The Road To Sexual Freedom

The Road To Sexual Freedom

I am a working woman living in Nairobi in this 2018 who enjoys having sex. Along with my weekend to-do list of grocery shopping, hanging with my closest friends and visiting my parents is to have sexual intercourse. Men and other women who are flabbergasted by these first two sentences, feel free to collect your […]

The Water Issue In Sao Tome Has Got Women Standing Up For National Change

The Water Issue In Sao Tome Has Got Women Standing Up For National Change

How women are pushing national change in one of Africa’s smallest nations. While the idea of an island may call to mind the image of a beach paradise, for the world’s 51 Small Island Developing States this is all too often a fragile idyll. Small, often economically at the mercy of their larger neighbours and […]

The Nelson Mandela Rules: Honoring a Prisoner Turned World Leader

The Nelson Mandela Rules: Honoring a Prisoner Turned World Leader

  Nelson Mandela spent 27 years as a political prisoner in deplorable conditions, and yet he was able to inspire change and a legacy that lives on far beyond the borders of South Africa. In 1955, while Mandela was advocating to end apartheid, the United Nations (UN) was drafting the Standard Minimum Rules for the […]

Critical Minds For Critical Times – World Press Day

Critical Minds For Critical Times  – World Press Day

Journalists go to the most dangerous places to give voice to the voiceless. Media workers suffer character assassination, sexual assault, detention, injuries and even death. We need leaders to defend a free media. This is crucial to counter prevailing misinformation. And we need everyone to stand for our right to truth. On World Press Freedom […]

Kenya: Jailed Doctors Walk To Freedom

Kenya: Jailed Doctors Walk To Freedom

Doctors’ union officials jailed on Monday are set to walk to freedom. Lawyers for the Council of Governors and Kenya Medical Practitioners’, Pharmacists and Dentists Union have agreed to have the medics released immediately to carry on with talks. The negotiations aimed at ending the two-month doctors’ job boycott will be jump-started on Thursday morning, […]

Put More Pressure On Boko Haram – US tells Nigeria

Put More Pressure On Boko Haram – US tells Nigeria

The United States has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to put more pressure on Boko Haram to ensure that the terror army does not regroup. This advise follows Nigeria’s negotiations with the group, which led to the release of 21 Chibok abducted girls recently, and in spite of U.S policy of not negotiating with terrorists. U.S. […]

Zimbabwe: Rights Groups Demand Probe Into Abuse of Women By State Agents

Zimbabwe: Rights Groups Demand Probe Into Abuse of Women By State Agents

WOMEN rights groups have urged the Zimbabwe Gender Commission and the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission to investigate cases of alleged state-sponsored abuse of women. Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ), a representative of non-partisan women’s rights groups, said on Friday there was need for government to urgently foster a state of peace and security and bring […]