Tag Archives: Donald Kaberuka.
The African Development Bank had its annual meeting for 2010, and from it, a two important decisions came to conclusion. 1) Re-election of current President, Donald Kaberuka for his second five year term. In the age of mass media, the … Continue reading →
On a continent that has so many countries still taking their first steps towards economic development, the example being set by small Cape Verde is an illuminating example to the rest of the continent. Spread over an archipelago of 8 island, … Continue reading →
The prestiguous World Economic Forum 2010 in Davos has come and gone, and from an African perspective, it was very interesting to see the distinct themes presented by the African representatives. Instead of having African countries saying they are poor … Continue reading →
Every year for the past 9 years, compulsory reading for any economist has been the excellent ‘The World In’ series that is released in November annually predicting the upcoming year for economies, politics to new innovations in industry, and more … Continue reading →