Category archives for: Services

These Are the Cities Where People Work the Longest Hours

June 16, 2018//-It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, chances are that if you have a job, you feel like you work too hard.

Report: Disparity in Salaries Between Genders Worrying

June 16, 2018//-Over 4000 global procurement professionals contributed to the latest free salary guide from The Chartered institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) in partnership with recruiting experts Hays Procurement. 

Uber Introduces Another Safety Policy to Prevent Drowsy Driving

Accra, Ghana, June 15, 2018//-Uber announced that it will be introducing a new hours policy for driver-partners across Sub-Saharan Africa, including Ghana to help enhance driver and passenger safety.

How Nestlé Ghana Encourages Healthier Lifestyles Among School Children

Accra, Ghana, June 14, 2018//-Pupils of Duabone R/C Primary School, a beneficiary school in the Agona East District, of the Central Region of Ghana, now grow and eat more vegetables, to maintain a healthier lifestyle, thanks to the collaboration between Nestlé and the Ghana Education Service, as part of implementation of the Nestlé for Healthier […]

Survey: Africans Trust in Political Parties Remain Low

Accra, Ghana, June 14, 2018//-Public attitudes in Africa show increasing support for multiparty democracy, but both ruling and opposition parties still struggle to gain popular trust, Afrobarometer survey findings show.

Report: 73% of Ghanaians Working in Vulnerable Conditions

Accra, Ghana, June 12, 2018//-A report published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has revealed that 73% of Ghanaian workers operate under vulnerable conditions.

4 Ongoing Tests Offer Hope Against HIV Infection

June 7, 2018//-For the two decades that Moses Nsubuga, a local artiste commonly known as Supercharger, has been taking anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs), his biggest worry has been the toll the drugs could take on his health.

Chart of the Week: The Rise of Corporate Giants

June 6, 2018//-The growing economic wealth and power of big companies—from airlines to pharmaceuticals to high-tech companies—has raised concerns about too much concentration and market power in the hands of too few. 

China’s Military Doctrine with President Xi Jinping

June 5, 2018//-Which is President Xi Jinping’s military doctrine and his “warfare rationale”? With a view to well understanding the evolution of Chinese warfare studies to date, however, we need to study the tradition of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the vision that the Communist Party of China (CPC) had in the history of […]

How South Africa is Tightening its Tobacco Rules

South Africa’s Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has published a new tobacco control bill which, if passed into law, will tighten the grip on how cigarettes and other tobacco products are sold, marketed and regulated in the country. Health and Medicine Editor Candice Bailey asked Catherine Egbe about what it means for tobacco control. June 2, 2018//-What’s significant […]

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