How To Be a Good Student

What does it take to be a good student? Below is a how-to guide that will help anyone struggling with school or uni. Focus on Quality If you’re writing an essay, make sure it is well-written and well-structured. Does it have a introduction, body and conclusion? Is the argument presented coherently or circuralry (circular argumentationContinue reading “How To Be a Good Student”

Implications of Inter-connectivity in the Time of Coronavirus

What is inter-connectivity, one might ask. What are its implications? Firstly, economic potential is enhanced with access to global markets. Secondly, cultural exchanges and military partnerships increase at a worldly level. Finally, and most recently, threats to humankind are possibly intensified with close contact of people across continents. Inter-connectivity has been tested in the ageContinue reading “Implications of Inter-connectivity in the Time of Coronavirus”

Women, men, & society..

There’s been something on my mind lately.. The woman is the future. She brings the future into the world she nurtures it. She makes the impossible possible. I don’t take that for granted because it’s miraculous and preserves the human race. During this time of uncertainty of Corona and greater uncertainty in society, I’ve beenContinue reading “Women, men, & society..”

The Meaning of Life

I was once tasked to answer this question in a school debate. I didn’t do so well, saying that it had to do with assuming your intergenerational responsibility. I realize now I was talking about the circle of life. All the while, I should have focused on life fulfillment. The meaning of life is intrinsicallyContinue reading “The Meaning of Life”

Things You Can Do Indoors after the Wake of the Coronavirus

A lot of you must of heard the advice stay indoors during this Coronavirus pandemic. This means you can’t go to the gym, go clubbing, go to the park, etc. The list of things you can’t do is extensive, but so are the list of things you can do. Below is a list of 10Continue reading “Things You Can Do Indoors after the Wake of the Coronavirus”

The History of Islam in Europe, Part 1

Europe is very synonymous with one religion; namely, Christianity. Other beliefs have also left their mark on the continent. Whether it’s atheism or Judaism, Europe has a rich history of several faiths. One such religion not usually attributed to Europe is Islam. With millions of Muslims now in the region, this essay looks at theContinue reading “The History of Islam in Europe, Part 1”

History of Economic Crises

What does the history of economic crises show? The history of economic crises is a revealing, telling and insightful one. One of the first crises stated in the Roman Empire, some 2000 years ago. What is known about crises is that there are patterns that can be observed to help better manage them. This articleContinue reading “History of Economic Crises”

A GDP Mistake

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a fascination that has encompassed the minds of many. Unfortunately, understandings of GDP are not in line with economic realities. This author, like potentially many others, used to be of the mind that GDP was a cumulative figure. This is not the case. This paper discussed GDPs annual nature andContinue reading “A GDP Mistake”

Pollution Stopping Dar es Salaam from Gaining Eco-city Status

Dirty air filled with exhaust fumes from motor vehicles and factories has become the norm in Dar es Salaam. It is in dire need of environmental management strategies, as pollution becomes a potent problem. This is especially poignant as Dar es Salaam is a very green city, with a lot of flora and vegetation aboutContinue reading “Pollution Stopping Dar es Salaam from Gaining Eco-city Status”