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Angola’s Stockpiles of Weapons, Ammunition Could Still Threaten its People

Washington D.C., USA, August 20, 2019/ — Angola greatly benefited from the 2002 peace agreement ending its 27-year civil war, but the remaining poor security of government stockpiles of weapons and ammunition could still threaten its people.

Prominent Business Executives Join Dubai Chamber’s Mentorship Programme

August 19, 2019//-Eight prominent business leaders have been selected to mentor high-potential start-ups from the UAE and Africa participating in Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Global Business Forum (GBF) Mentorship Programme.

Dismissal of Directors: South Africa’s Law Needs Clarity on the Role of Courts

Legislature must clarify courts’ role and assistance it may provide to an unfairly removed director. Shutterstock Rehana Cassim, University of South Africa August 14, 2019//-Over eight years ago South African company law gave boards of directors the power to remove a fellow director, provided they do so in defined circumstances.

South Africa Doesn’t Have Enough Women in Foreign Policy. Why it Matters

Women Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Canada last year. Andre Pichette/EPA-EFE Jo-Ansie van Wyk, University of South Africa August 9, 2019//-The first ever conference of women foreign ministers took place in Canada last year. Ministers from 17 countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda and South Africa, attended.

Data: Addis Ababa Leads Africa in Hotel Room Rates

August 8, 2019//-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital city posted Africa’s highest average daily rate (ADR), according to the most recent 12-month data from STR , a leading provider of premium data benchmarking, analytics and marketplace insights for global hospitality sectors.

Africa is Championing the Flexible Workspace Revolution

August 6, 2019//-The African workforce is mushrooming, and by 2035, its numbers will have increased by more than the rest of the world’s regions combined.

Typhoid Eruption Gives Zimbabwe a Health Scare

Harare, Zimbabwe, August 5, 2019//-Zimbabwean civil society organisations have accused the government of violating citizens’ rights following the outbreak of typhoid affecting hundreds of people.

Prof Gatsi Calls for Purposeful Computer Use in Basic Schools Across Ghana

Accra, Ghana, August 3, 2019//-The Dean of University of Cape Coast (UCC) Business School, Prof. John Gatsi has called on all stakeholders in education and the government to ensure inclusive and integrated development of soft skills and purposeful use of computers in all basic schools across the country.

Ghana: Prof. John Gatsi Appointed Dean of University of Cape Coast Business School

Cape Coast, August 2, 2019//-Ghana’s University of Cape Coast (UCC) has appointed, Prof. John Gatsi  as the Dean of the University of Cape Coast Business School.

Inmarsat Joins Forces with RESOLVE to Revolutionise Fight to Protect African Wildlife

July 31, 2019//- Inmarsat, the world leader in global mobile satellite communications, has joined forces with RESOLVE, the Washington DC based non-profit environmental and health organisation, to develop a revolutionary, satellite-enabled solution to safeguard endangered wildlife across the African continent.

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