Africa’s development possibilities do seem ideal in the medium-term driven by proceeded with judicious macroeconomic administration and solid homegrown interest, supported by expanding public and private speculation particularly in foundation in many nations. Development is relied upon to reach 3.6% in 2018 and 3.8% in 2019. Be that as it may, moderate development recuperation in […]

While in England somewhere in the range of 1898 and 1899, Joseph Conrad composed the novella Heart of Darkness. Occurring during the stature of European dominion in Africa, Heart of Darkness follows the excursion up the Congo River of Marlow, a steamship chief. Marlow comes to Africa to get away from the exacting bounds of […]

Have you ever stepped on an ant mound and got bitten by Fire Ants? Fire ants are an invasive species, which were originally from Africa. Humanity has introduced non-native species into different climates for many purposes. The fire ant, along with the quagga mussel and different kinds of fungi diseases, were accidentally introduced all over […]

Blake’s engraving “Europe supported by Africa and America” portrays Europe and their descendants as dependent on America and Africa because Europe could have not done the expansion of their dominion of the New World without the aid of the African and the Native people. Europe’s domination of the New World depended on Africa through chattel […]

According to our textbook, Africa South of the Sahara, Africa has high mobility rates for many different reasons. People in Africa have migrated for religious customs, economic and agricultural opportunities, as well as involuntary migration. In our book it states that “Migrants bring with them their fertility, their wealth (or lack of it), their skills, […]

Abstract Child labour is an issue that is detrimental to sustainable development of any society. The underlying cause of child labour has been identified as poverty. The cocoa sector where this practice has been reported to be widespread is the backbone of most economies in West Africa. Chocolate and other cocoa based products are in […]

There is an ongoing push of investment and resources into the promotion of conservative agriculture and technology to majority of small holder farmers in African countries, if not all of them. As technology as demonstrated a significant role in the development of agricultural economies in the western world, African countries are still suffering to integrate […]

 The Rwandan Genocide was a tragic event that happened in April 1994 to July 1994. The genocide took place in the Rwandan Civil War, a conflict beginning in 1990 between the Hutu and the Tutsis people. The genocide made many problems for the world, it has many lasting effects on the world and Rwanda. The […]

Things Fall Apart is story depicting how colonization changed the culture of Igbo villages in the early 19th century through the protagonist, Okonkwo. Although Okonkwos father was a pauper, Okonkwo was a respected leader of the Umuofia clan, after he defeated Amalinze the Cat in a wrestling contest. To overcome his fathers bleak legacy, Okonkwo […]

The New Imperialism was a spread of colonial expansion by European powers. However, it gained its impetus from economic, political, religious, and exploration motives. The New Imperialism colonized in Southeast Asia, Africa, India, and Latin America. It also had an effect on Western colonization for native people. In the New Imperialism European affairs grew tense […]


Background Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) was introduced by William Sharpe (1964), Jan Mossin (1966) and John Lintner (1969) separately. This model has been regarded as a great contribution to financial economics. According to Fama and French (1992), “the model has long shaped the way academics and practitioners think about average return and risk”. In […]

Small Business in Sub-Saharan Africa: Major Constraints in [Nigeria] Introduction The Federal Republic of Nigeria has an area of 923,768. 00 sq kilometres and completely within the tropical zone (About. com 2005). Nigeria has a population which is estimated over 154 million. It is a 12th largest petroleum product producer in the world. Due to […]

The Rwandan Genocide         The Rwandan Genocide took put in 1994. It was a kind of war, mostly in between the Hutu and Tutsi tribes of Rwanda. There was also a third tribe, the Twa, but they did not have substantially of an influence on the war mainly because they built up a incredibly compact […]

The New Imperialism was a spread of colonial growth by European powers. Nonetheless, it received its powers from financial, political, religious, and re. The New Imperialism colonized in Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It also had an impact on Western colonization for native persons. In the New Imperialism European affairs grew tense and lots […]

The people of the Non-Western World encountered an agonizing emergency of identity because of European radicals, fundamentally because of the power and in addition the haughtiness of their white gatecrashers. The underlying reaction of the general population of Africa and Asia was to endeavor to drive out the gatecrashers. Unfortunately, fierce enemy of outside response […]

At any time given that the to start with hominins gathered all around as a group, societies in the course of time began to emerge, advance, conquer, and most importantly, survive. From the first apes to the Roman Empire to the Soviet Union to the United States today, societies took the fundamental suggestions of theories […]

Rwandan Genocide Genocide is any act of violence that is dedicated deliberately aiming to get rid of and wipe out the existence of a certain group of individuals regardless of whether entire or partial. It is the most unwelcome environment we have in English dictionary. I do not feel alright pronouncing it since I know […]

Summary This paper seems at the current heritage of Ghana and describes the series of occasions that led up to Ghana’s independence in 1957. The paper exclusively discusses the consequences of colonization in phrases of economic and social progress and the cultural tensions and tribal divisions in the recently independent Ghana. The paper then appears […]

Imperialism is the action of a state expanding its electricity to a further nation or area by means of militarization and handling colonies from afar which was accomplished by numerous European countries, particularly in a wave of colonization of Africa developing in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. From 1800 to 1914, France imperialized quite a […]

Europeans noticed the tribal life lived by the Africans in the 16th century. Irrespective of the criticisms of Europeans towards the African civilization, Africans were currently founded as significantly as Europeans have been. Most African villages were being below a communal program in which everybody was below the impression that they shared their particular belongings […]

Ethnic roots of the Caribbean Cuisine The Caribbean island is that location wherever people today go to at occasions when they want to lose their anxiety. The Caribbean meal is a combination of cuisines from a selection of international locations in the world, particularly China, Africa, India, and Spain, just to title a several. In […]

Democracy in South Africa presaged the transformation agenda essential to the building of a just and equitable post-apartheid state, and it is safe to say that the concept of transformation has become the central reference point that provides the momentum for the rebuilding of the South African state from its apartheid ruins (Jammine, 2009). To […]

Europe owning the combination of political and financial transformations started in the 1400s-1700s era converged amongst the 18th, 19th and 20th century enabling the west to dominate the relaxation of the earth. This contains China, West African states, Japan and Iran. Western powers dominating these states influenced significant changes not only politically and economically but […]

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION String of Pearls China’s String of Pearls strategy is the name given to a geopolitical strategy adopted by China arising as foreign oil becomes a center of gravity critical to China’s energy needs.[1] This policy on the face of it appears to be an attempt by China to have an increased access […]

Introduction Child abuse within Black African families is an important topic which has been given extensive attention in British social work research and literature to date. However, only a limited research on child abuse in African families have really considered the impact of socio-economic factors on social work interventions since the inception of the Children […]

1. Demographic trends 1.1 Population The South African nation comes from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds and has 11 official languages. This diverse population is characterised by eight distinct factors, namely race (population group), culture, ethnicity, language, religion, class, education and politics. The South African population in 2015 was estimated at 54 956 900 people, […]

The challenges of today’s economic climate and the highly competitive market place make it essential for organisations to continuously measure and monitor their performance to identify areas for optimisation and improvement. It is widely recognised that the strategic application of business intelligence (BI) is a key contributor to unlocking the business value of information across […]

African American Humanities Introduction American literature drew substantially of its impact from their lifestyle and record. For occasion, the African American literature that is, brief tales, poems and novels talk considerably about the Africans Americans’ culture, social inequality, slavery, racism, their sufferings and frustrations. These themes were being incorporated as a result of oral sorts […]

The 1960s introduced shiny long term, terrific hope and expectation in Africa. It was a time that lots of African nations gained their independency from colonial powers. It was a period that the darkish ages of colonialism completely collapsed and, a new age of glorious financial advancement and intellectual emancipation was started out (Odhiambo, 1991). […]

Now, elephants are amongst the most endangered species in Africa. The uncertainty threatening elephants by its industrial benefit of ivory when compared to a cow which is not threatened by huge demand for beef is superior. The reality is that most Africans are blended farmers these that they expand crops and hold livestock. Among the […]