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TAXING THE INTERNET: NOT GOOD FOR THE EA REGION

Ausha, 21 April 2018 (EANA) – By seeking to tax and control how their citizens use the Internet, East African countries have once again demonstrated to the whole world the reason they remain behind in technology. Rather than encourage technological innovation in information technology, the region is instead seeking to control the flow of information for obvious political reasons. ... read msore

   
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TRIBUTE TO WINNIE: IF ONLY WE HAD MORE WOMEN OF HER METTLE…

Arusha, 21 April 2018 (EANA) – The flood of tributes from around the world for the fallen South African heroine, Winnie Madikizela Mandela, acknowledged her great courage in fighting the apartheid South African regime. It is the sort of courage that is sorely lacking in many parts of Africa, one that could propel women and nations across the continent from being pawns in the hands of politicians to people in charge of their own destinies. ... read msore

 

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RWANDA REMEMBERS: DON’T FORGET SLAVERY, CONGO AND OTHER GENOCIDES

Arusha, 14 April 2018 (EANA) – April is the month when Rwanda remembers the horrible events in its history that led to the killing of an estimated one million people in 1994. That is an occasion of solemn importance, and the rest of Africa can pick a leaf from Rwanda to commemorate other events in its history that created even greater human suffering. ... read msore

Isaac Mwangi

AFTER RWANDA, AFRICA MUST TACKLE POLITICAL TENSIONS

Arusha, 14 April 2018 (EANA) – The commemorations of the Rwandan genocide held last week in Arusha came at the right time when there is relative calm and peace across the region and when people can reflect on the value of embracing peace and unity.... read msore

Anne Kiruku

CAN THE REGION REALISE THE GLOBAL ACTION WITHOUT RESEARCH?

Arusha, 7 April 2018 (EANA) – The 6th Academia-Public-Private Partnership Forum (APPPF) and Exhibition was held last week in Kenya, at a time when lecturers in Kenyan public universities have downed their tools over a pay dispute. It is a sign of just how much the region has opted to bury its head in the sand over the myriad challenges affecting the education sector – and especially tertiary institutions. ... read msore

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