Insights from Leaders of Africa
Leaders Voices with Dimeji Ayanwale · A conversation about diaspora activism and the arrest of Sowore
Dimeji Ayanwale, a personal friend of Sowore, shares his thoughts on Omoyele Sowore’s desire to improve Nigeria and diaspora activism more broadly.
With 93% of aspiring lawyers failing the law entrance exam in Ghana, there is a national debate about liberalizing law education.
Leaders Voices with Gloria Ofori-Boadu · A conversation about women’s involvement in politics and activism
Gloria shares how Ghana should not be afraid of large-scale institutional reform if it results in a more inclusive politics and society.
Dog Murras partilhou sua perspectiva sobre o desafio e o papel da juventude Angolana em relação ao desenvolvimento sócio-econômico.
Maame shares her thoughts on the importance of trade to further Pan-African integration.
Distrust for bad numbers: sub-Saharan Africa’s newest and biggest development and governance predicament
Bad numbers about hunger, poverty, food security and food self-sufficiency in any country are not innately bad news.
Higher education in Africa must keep pace with the projected population growth in the next decade with a focus on the student experience.
Leaders of Africa expresses concern over the findings shared in the “Sex for Grades” documentary aired by BBC Africa Eye.