Category archives for: Services

Ghana: KNUST Closed Down Indefinitely Over Riot

Kumasi, Ashanti Region, October 22, 2018//-Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been closed down indefinitely, following riot which began over the weekend.

SALT OF PALMAR: A Travel Movement Starts Here

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 21 October2018//-Newly launched hotel brand SALT today announced its first property, the 59-key SALT of Palmar that will open on the east coast of Mauritius on 1 November 2018.

Anas, Others to Preach Service Leadership at Maiden Summit 

Accra, Ghana, October 22, 2018//-Ace undercover investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and other renowned good governance dons in Ghana are set to preach on service leadership at the maiden Impact Africa Youth Leadership Summit this year.

Fair Trade, UNCTAD Join Forces to Improve working Conditions of Artisans in Africa

Geneva, Switzerland, October 20, 2018 – The Brussels-based Fair Trade Advocacy Office and UNCTAD have joined forces to improve the living and working conditions of artisans, workers and smallholder farmers and producers in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

How the Blind Can Experience Shopping or a Solar Eclipse (Video)

October 18, 2018//-For the blind and those with limited vision, the tasks of everyday life pose challenges, from navigating busy streets — even with a guide dog or cane — to shopping for groceries. A tech startup called Aira is trying to change that.

Ghana: African Ministers Endorse Continental Report on Population, Dev’t Issues

Accra, Ghana, October 18, 2018/ — Ministers and senior government officials-in-charge of population in Africa met in Accra, Ghana, from 4 to 5 October 2018 and endorsed a continental report of the five-year review of the implementation of the Addis Ababa Declaration on Population and Development (AADPD). 

On the brink of Ugandan Competition Enforcement – a Comparative Snapshot with South Africa

October 16, 2018//-Competition law is set to become an increasingly important consideration in relation to deal activity and commercial conduct in Uganda, particularly given the impending promulgation of a Competition Bill, which is currently undergoing review and scrutiny at the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs in the country.

Vice Chancellor Fires: Stop Abusing the Use of Honorary Titles

Accra, Ghana, October 11, 2018//-Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana on Tuesday asked the public to stop using honorary titles and called on the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to be ruthless in applying the sanctions.

Building Gender Diversity on Boards

October 8, 2018//-McKinsey senior partner Celia Huber explains how companies can build and benefit from gender diversity on boards.

Africa Reloaded: The Black Panther Legacy

October 6, 2018//-Spoiler alert! If you haven’t yet watched the movie, look away now!

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