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Failures are also beneficial because there is always cash flow involved. You may fail but the economy gains in the long run. For every failure, there is a success.
In the short run, no. The unhealthy competition reduces sales and kills the businesses even before they become stable. However, in the long run the businesses that succeed end up boosting the economy because the high competition creates an increase in quality which in turn leads to higher sales. ItRead more
I have seen Swahili translations available. Who will read the local language translations when very few people even know their language. Even if we can speak, it is almost had to read and write complex terms. Maybe we should introduce local languages in school.
It is easier said than done. People have committed suicide for what you want us to brush off. It's not that easy.
Love should be unconditional but we should not take advantage of that and stop taking care of ourselves. I have seen women with amazing bodies suddenly grow fat and loos a sense of fashion once they get married. At least keep the things that attracted me to you if you want us to stay together.
The people in power are benefiting from the corrupt regime, the would never allow their source of livelihood be stopped from flowing.
Never heard of them. Will look them up ASAP. Is there a specific song you can point out?
A young Kenyan student is told to choose between wearing dreadlocks or going to school. Some people claim it is a violation of her rights as a Rastafarian; others claim the school is right to expect pupils to wear standard uniforms.
I agree with you.
Africa is not even ready for a poor president, we are still stuck in tribalism and classism. If you are not rich and you don't come form the right family, you are wasting your time. Unless people decide to think about real development, we will continue being victims of the political class.