Are our taxes stifling all hope of African countries ever becoming financially independent economies?

By Wanambwa M. Rogers I was talking to a Chinese “yinvestor” read investor whom I found trading merchandize in Kikubo and we got talking about taxes. My interest was on how he, a foreigner feels about our taxation system compared to his motherland’s. His words continue to haunt me to date and that will beContinue reading “Are our taxes stifling all hope of African countries ever becoming financially independent economies?”

Financial Discipline: why people don’t have it and what one can do to learn it

By Wanambwa M. Rogers We were having a discussion with a friend of mine who was always complaining that he doesn’t know where his hard earned salary disappears from. Every time he is paid, in a week, all the money is gone and he cannot even account for it’s expenditure. It got me thinking aboutContinue reading “Financial Discipline: why people don’t have it and what one can do to learn it”

The strangers we live with (on family and friends that are increasingly becoming strangers in our lives)

By Wanambwa M. Rogers Isn’t it funny and sad at the same time that the people whom you would expect to lean on for support in trying times, are the same ones who will be first to abscond? As unfortunate as this seems, it is many times what happens. Look at these examples: A womanContinue reading “The strangers we live with (on family and friends that are increasingly becoming strangers in our lives)”

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