Category archives for: Manufacturing

African Women Leaders Gather to Imagine the World of Tomorrow

November 19, 2020//-The third, fully online edition of WFC The Summit – initiated by the AFRICA CEO FORUM – will bring together 300 major African women leaders on 24 November to discuss this year’s theme: ‘Imagine tomorrow, change today’.

Ethiopia Joint Venture Embarks on Saving 2.5m Jobs in Textile Industry

November 4, 2020//-The UK, Germany and Ethiopia have set up a fund that could save thousands of jobs in the eastern Africa country’s textile and garments industry, while helping to support the country’s economic recovery from Covid-19.

COVID-19: A Global Survey Shows Worrying Signs of Vaccine Hesitancy

The increasingly well-coordinated global anti-vaccine movement has repurposed itself to challenge the very reality of COVID-19. Hasan Esen/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Scott C. Ratzan, CUNY Graduate Center; Agnes Binagwaho, University of Global Health Equity; Heidi Larson, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Jeffrey V Lazarus, Instituto de Salud Global de Barcelona (ISGlobal); Kenneth […]

Nigeria Is Still Struggling At 60. But Hope Is Still Alive

Sixty years after independence, Nigeria has yet to achieve its potential. Shutterstock Sheriff Folarin, Covenant University October 24, 2020//-Nigeria’s population is estimated at over 200 million, which means the country has skilled and unskilled labour in abundance. The population also makes it a fertile ground for global trade.

Nestlé Ghana Appoints New Managing Director

Accra, Ghana, October 22, 2020//-Georgios Badaro, Business Executive Officer of Dairy Health & Nutrition Solutions, Nestlé Philippines has been appointed as the new Managing Director for Nestlé Ghana.

STN Ghana to Discuss Business Solutions to Challenges Posed By Covid-19 Crisis

Accra, Ghana, October 12, 2020//– Stanford Seed Transformation Network (STN) Ghana is set to host the third edition of its annual flagship Business and Leadership Conference on 22nd October, 2020 to empower businesses affected by the covid-19 crisis.

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Companies Must Handle Returned Drugs Better

Drugs can be returned due to defects, damages or expiration. Shutterstock Mpho Sharon Makaleng, University of South Africa October 1, 2020//-Pharmaceutical manufacturers should focus on reducing faults and working closely with pharmacies to manage medicine stocks better.

Rita Kavashe: Shattering Stereotypes In The World Of Vehicles

September 27, 2020//-For a long time, vehicles have largely been the domain of men.

COVID-19 Pandemic: DFC and Akola Support Ugandan Women with $5 Million

Washington D.C, U.S, September 16, 2020  – U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and Akola PBC today announced that DFC has provided a $5 million loan to Dallas, Texas-based Akola.

Nigeria: BUA Group Signs France’s Axens for New Refinery Project

September 4, 2020//-The new project will go head-to-head with Nigeria’s other large scale refinery project, being built by the Dangote Group.

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