Somalia’s Higher Education, What Is It Good For?
January 5, 2023
With the outbreak of civil war in 1988 and the accompanied collapse of the central state in 1991, social services provision in Somalia had been disrupted.
Why is There No IELTS Test Centre in Somalia?
Mohamed Ali Abukar
December 29, 2022
|OPINION What is IELTS Certificate? The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers. Jointly owned and managed by...
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Making Sense of Somalia’s Monopolised Public Discourse
May 31, 2023
Freedom of expression without fear of prejudice is paramount for a healthy and functioning society.
Gorfayn at One
May 15, 2023
When we launched Gorfayn a year ago today, we never imagined how well it will do or how warm it will be embraced.
Should TikTok Be Regulated in Somalia or Banned Outright?
May 5, 2023
In the last few months, the issue of opioid addiction among Somali youth has come to light, and there are questions about how the government is handling it.
The Endemic Obsession With Titles: A Challenging Moral and Intellectual Problem
April 23, 2023
Often, we use formal titles to address certain individuals in society, not because we like them, but rather we want to recognise and acknowledge their real and documented achievements.
The Las Anod Conflict Brings Back the Dark Memories of Late 1980s Somalia
April 5, 2023
Las Anod, the capital of Somalia’s Sool province, has lately been a major talking topic of Somalis everywhere, and not for good reasons.