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NIGERIA LEADS THE AFRICAN REVOLUTION
Posted: 8 September 2011 3 Comments

A clear comparison between Nigeria and South Africa is seen in this report, i dont know if this was intentional or otherwise. At the end a conclussion is reached that Nigeria will outperform South Africa and this conclussion was made on the following incorrect and unsubstaintiated points:

1. Widespread use of English. English is the only commercial language in South Africa and all the other ...

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MindBullet logo NIGERIA LEADS THE AFRICAN REVOLUTION
As the African Decade draws to a close, there is a very clear new regional economic leader, and it's not South Africa
Dateline: 16 December 2019
Africa, the dark continent of the past, has enjoyed a decade of growth and prosperity, due in no small part to the resource-hungry giants of the East. China and India, in particular, have courted African countries with offers of partnership bordering on economic colonization. Africa has emerged the stronger for this trade and investment. One country stands out as a leader - Nigeria. Although ...
South African Economic Policy Per Julius Malema.
Posted: 23 August 2011 1 Comment

You would have heard about Julius Malema's call for nationalisation as a remedy for addressing the obvious inequalities in the South African economy. What gives Malema a momentum is that there are no other alternative ideas from the government to address the well known and acknowledged challenge of unbalanced economy. The majority of people in Africa's most diversified economy have witnessed political equality in the absence of economic equality.

The African National Congress ( ANC ), continues to assure the world that nationalisation is not part of ...

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South Africa likely to be the main beneficiary.
Posted: 14 July 2011 1 Comment

With the infrastructure that South Africa possesses, it is unlikely that the country would let an opportunity of this magnitude slip through. If Namibia becomes the biggest cruet oil exporter, then South Africa will certainly become an African leader in refinery, selling back petroleum products to the very same oil producing countries on the African continent.

Major investments in the form of ...

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MindBullet logo NAMIBIA STRIKES IT RICH
Desert state becomes African oil and gas giant 'overnight'
Dateline: 20 July 2016
There's a new word in Southern Africa for oil - Namibia. Since the discovery of significant reserves of crude and gas a mere five years ago, the industry has exploded on all fronts. Namibia now boasts the largest reserves in Africa and has joined the ranks of major oil exporters. Competing with its Northern neighbour Angola has not proved difficult. Despite climate change, there is an ...
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Posted: 17 December 2010

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MindBullet logo THE NEW INFORMATION HAVES & HAVE NOTS
Global divide in openness becomes basis for economic war
Dateline: 11 June 2018
It's been a long time coming, but the world has really crystallized dramatically around two extremes - the quest for freedom of speech and openness, and the total control of information flows on the other. Today, in terms of information access, you're either an 'open' or 'closed' economy. Most of the countries in Asia, the Middle East and Africa have now stopped trying to pretend that they ...
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Posted: 17 December 2010

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MindBullet logo THE NEW INFORMATION HAVES & HAVE NOTS
Global divide in openness becomes basis for economic war
Dateline: 11 June 2018
It's been a long time coming, but the world has really crystallized dramatically around two extremes - the quest for freedom of speech and openness, and the total control of information flows on the other. Today, in terms of information access, you're either an 'open' or 'closed' economy. Most of the countries in Asia, the Middle East and Africa have now stopped trying to pretend that they ...

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