They are dreamers my friends, just as I am one too and, as I always say, I shall continue to dream for dreams turn into visions, visions become plans, plans can be turned into designs and designs can be implemented and spring forth the change I want to see. In my optimism I find hope, for… Read More 24 January 2063: Dear Kwame from Nkosazana
Let me not dwell on the obvious fact that the development of the Western powers through industrialisation and the rapid growth of the Chinese and Indian economies has largely been enabled by gross disregard to the environmental consequences of large scale pollution. Let me also not dwell on the fact that China, the USA, Russia,… Read More ETHSA2012: Climate change-Africa’s nightmare
Before I get into my story here are some boring facts. Officially named the longest river in the world and going on and on for 6670 kilometres the Nile River serves 11 African countries namely; Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, South Sudan and Egypt. It starts off… Read More Water wars: Battle for the Nile?