On “Mafiosi”, bureaucratic chaos and economic growth

They say once is happenstance, second time is accident and third time is enemy action. So the first time...

Don’t confuse the kids: arts are as important as the sciences*

Many of us who grew up in the rural African setting carry fond memories of the fireplace. Not only...

Life’s management lessons from the AFCON 2019

Africa’s biggest soccer bonanza is done and dusted. The winners and losers are back home celebrating and licking their...

Yes there is life after employment.

Two weeks ago we examined the perils and pitfalls of life after employment and many readers got thinking about...

Between ‘Senana’s’ woes and our sense of schadenfreude

The ink had hardly dried on last week’s column and one of our own business people had her woes...
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DR. SEJJAAKA IS A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT WHOSE EXPERIENCE AS BOTH A PROFESSOR AND ENTREPRENEUR, HAS GIVEN HIM THE CLARITY NECESSARY TO COMMENT ON SOCIAL ISSUES.

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Teachers: let them have cake!

What is in a qualification? Probably we all heard that right! All teachers must have a degree in order to teach. Degrees are awarded by Universities or other degree awarding institutions on the fulfillment of a set of requirements. These…

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