Category archives for: Industry

What a Bundle of Buzzing Bees Can Teach Engineers About Robotic Materials

Individuals working together as one. Orit Peleg and Jacob Peters, CC BY-ND Orit Peleg, University of Colorado Boulder January 24, 2020//-Gathered inside a small shed in the midst of a peaceful meadow, my colleagues and I are about to flip the switch to start a seemingly mundane procedure: using a motor to shake a wooden […]

Fraud At The National Council For Arts And Culture: Who Is Lying: Sahara Reporters Or Otunba Runsewe?

January 23, 2020//-Following the unprofessional report released by Sahara Reporters http://saharareporters.com/2020/01/05/damning-audit-report-ncac-not-during-my-time-runsewe, one is forced to ask again, is Sahara Reporters indeed useful in supporting the government when it comes to fighting fake news in the society or has it become a willing tool in the elevation of junk journalism?

Sub-Saharan Africa’s CPI Performance Paints a Bleak Picture of Inaction Against Corruption

January 23, 2020//-As the lowest-scoring region on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2019, with an average of 32, Sub-Saharan Africa’s performance paints a bleak picture of inaction against corruption.  

Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim: The Ghanaian Connecting Africa Through Culture

Accra, Ghana, January 23, 2020//-Champion of Change – Nana Oforiatta Ayim, a writer, filmmaker and art historian, is trying to create change by shifting the stories we tell about ourselves.

African Logistics: 6 Recommendations to Revolutionize the Sector

January 22, 2020//-In a report, the AFRICA CEO FORUM and OKAN, the strategic and financial consultants dedicated to Africa, deliver their recommendations to push the boundaries in the field of African logistics.

UG’s Dr Patience Aseweh Abor Honoured for Contributing to Rural Dev’t

Navrongo, Ghana, January 22, 2020//-A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), Dr Patience Aseweh Abor has been honoured for her contribution to rural development in Ghana through her ExGlo Foundation.

Breaking Barriers in Male-dominated Industry: The Untold Story of Victoria Naashika Quaye

Accra, Ghana, January 21, 2020//-Madam Victoria Naashika Quaye has broken gender barriers to become a successful entrepreneur in the water industry, traditionally dominated by men in Ghana and most parts of the world.

Angola’s Richest Man Evades Selective Clampdown on Corruption

Luanda, Angola, January 21, 2020//-While Angola’s (and the continent’s) richest woman is under siege from authorities alleging use of state money to finance her business empire, the man dubbed the richest in the Southern African country continues enjoying freedom and his wealth despite his alleged involvement in similar crimes.

Cash Transfer Schemes Reduce the Chances of Girls, Young Women Contracting HIV

Geneva, Switzerland, January 21, 2020/ — Efforts aimed at redressing gender inequalities and socioeconomic inequities can mitigate factors that fuel the HIV epidemic.

UK PM, African Leaders Urge Investors to Accelerate Economic Role

London, United Kingdom, 20 January 2020 – UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and African leaders have urged investors to accelerate their economic role on the continent.

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