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Development challenges

Peace is the quintessential element to any process of development; take the simple image of the embryo that has to develop in the egg: such a process of development from

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When are you leaving Moab?

The book, (Deal with it: You cannot conquer what you cannot confront) by Paula White, has really inspired me in many different ways as a woman in general and as

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Starting a business

A number of people aspire to be great entrepreneurs or they would like to be like Bill Gates or Warren Buffet with billions of dollars’ worth of fortune. But they

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Qatar quarantine

Public-spirited businessman Moutaz al-Hayat is flying 4,000 cows into Qatar from the United States and Australia to boost milk supply in his country, which is being blockaded by most of

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It was more than just passing the baton

Last Friday, we saw power being transferred from one Prime Minister to another. Besides being remembered as the inauguration when Dr Thabane received the baton from Dr Mosisili for the

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Elections: How the battle was won and lost

Strategy is defined as an exact plan of one’s actions which aims at achieving a certain military, political, psychological, or similar, goal, and which takes into account those factors that

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Every conflict can’t be resolved through negotiation

Any business that wants to succeed will have to be involved in negotiation of some sort. You either negotiate to resolve a work-related conflict or to resolve a sticky issue

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Britain: “Soft” Brexit or no Brexit

“We don’t know when Brexit talks start. We know when they must end,” tweeted Donald Tusk, former Polish prime minister and now president of the European Council. He doesn’t know

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The right to free expression

Let’s talk about the right to freedom of expression specifically in relation to politics. In my opinion, the right to freedom of expression is exceptionally pivotal in creating a democracy

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True Knowledge for the Pilgrim

Not at the beginning of a sentence sounds as a declaration of refutation, but the truth of the matter as based upon the principle of causality is that there may