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YOUR BRIDGE TO INFORMATION

YOUR BRIDGE TO INFORMATION has written 35 posts for Kenya Business Information Magazine

How Africa can pioneer GREEN growth

African countries’ development strategies must soften the environmental impact of economic growth, and they must also position themselves to benefit from the promotion of green economies. Donald Kaberuka, who heads the African Development Bank, explains how best they can scale-up the climate finance system and embrace green growth.   Green growth will be critical to … Continue reading

A CALL TO SAVE OUR BELOVED WILDLIFE FROM POACHING

MINISTRY OF TOURISM KENYA, SAVE OUR ANIMALS. STOP THE CORRUPTION . THE CORRUPT CHINESE  OR OTHER MONEY HUNGRY PARTIES MUST NOT HAVE THEIR WAY.

ARE AFRICA LEADERS ALLOWING CORPORATE TAKE OVER OF AFRICA’S FOOD SECURITY AND PRODUCTION?

“Capital-intensive agriculture in Africa may boost food supply but could also cultivate hunger”William Moseley American Corporations have taken over the American government and turned it against its own people and sadly these same corporations are coming to Africa and applying the same aggressive policies in Africa.  The best form of neocolonialism is to take over … Continue reading

OPRAH REPLACED AS WORLD RICHEST BLACK WOMAN

Talk show Mogul, Oprah Winfrey, who long reigned supreme as the world’s richest Black woman, has been kicked down a notch by new kid on the block, Folorunsho Alakija. This report is according to Ventures Africa. Folorunsho Alakija, is a Nigerian billionaire oil tycoon, Fashion designer and philanthropist whose worth is listed at an estimated $3.3 billion- … Continue reading

KENYA AND OTHER AFRICAN COUNTRIES MUST INVEST IN INNOVATION OR PERISH

Innovation is a country’s greatest investment. Most developed countries pour a lot of funding into research and technological innovation. Africa is a continent ripe with talent and resourcefulness. African youth in particular, have the ability to innovate products that would work for Africa based on her needs. Most African leaders hurt innovation by allowing Western and Eastern  countries like China to dump their goods … Continue reading

The 26-foot anacondas. These things are Huge

Ready to strike: Brave diver and snake enthusiast Franco Banfi captured this image of an enormous anaconda snake lurking beneath the surface of a river in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil Mailonline describes a diver’s experience in the Mato Grosso region of Brazil. Swiss diver Franco Banfi ,53, went on a diving mission to capture  amazing close-ups of … Continue reading

US ELECTIONS IN PHOTOS

From the beautiful slideshow at the NYT – see it here

WHY KENYA MUST LIMIT AID AND REGULATE DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENTS

Herman Chinery-Hesse said it best “I don’t know of any country in the world where a bunch of foreigners came and developed the country. I don’t know one: Japan? Korea? No! No country did that. I know about countries that developed on trade and innovation and business.” The government of Kenya is  heavily dependent on … Continue reading

THE BATTLE FOR AFRICA’S RESOURCES: CBC Pushing For Australian Miners Into Africa

Having brokered about $4.5 billion in investments and business deals over the past nine months, the high-powered Commonwealth Business Council is spearheading a push by Australian miners into Africa channeling investments in the resource sectors of Nigeria and Mozambique. The CBC has set an ambitious target of $10bn worth of new deals before the end … Continue reading

Kenya’s 4Billion Shilling Navy Ship Arrives After A Decade

A decade after its ordered purchase, one of Kenya’s controversial projects linked to the Anglo leasing scandal is expected to sail into the coast of Mombasa on August 27th 2012 Kenya Navy’s newest warship dubbed “KNS Jasiri” is to be commissioned by President Mwai  Kibak upon its arrival. The navy ship project was among those … Continue reading