Elie Smith claims that Nigeria is making headway against email scammers:
But above all, while some scam e-mail may still come from Nigeria, most are not. The new sources of those scam-emails are irrefutable substantiations that, Nigeria and the Nigerian government are fighting financial crimes and the country is definitely changed.
The Financial Times claims that Angola will be the third hub for Africa, along with the Nigeria and South Africa. (Interesting that Kenya was left out)
The combination of its oil bonanza and a huge investment in infrastructure has led it to become the hot destination for businesses seeking to invest in Africa. â€œThereâ€™s a general feeling that if we are not a player in Angola in the next five years we will have missed the best opportunity in Africa,â€
(hat tip Emeka at Africa Unchained)
The primary challenge is of course finding the stories while looking through the blinders of having lived these stories ourselves, For example, I suspect that I would be hard pressed to find someone from my generation, rich or poor, who did not make their own toys while young. This was simply a fact of life. Having lived this all through our childhoods, it thus becomes a little difficult to step outside our experiences and realize that just this fact is a story of itself.