Category archives for: Governance

New Technologies Are Changing the Procurement Landscape

June 18, 2018//-Until recently, many companies thought it was futile to try to extract savings from the low-volume purchases in “tail spend.” New technologies are changing the equation.

Lessons of Ramadan, Eid-El-Fitr

June 15, 2018//-A midst the pomp and pageantry that are likely to attend today’s celebration of the Eid-el-Fitri to mark the end of the Islamic month-long Ramadan fasting, Ghanaians, Nigerians, Africans, and governments at all levels should take a breather to imbibe the grave lessons thrown up by the ritual.

News Services Group, Business Wire Mark 10 Years of Successful Partnership

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 12 June 2018//-  News Services Group (NSG) celebrated today a decade of success as the exclusive representative of Business Wire, a Berkshire Hathaway company and the current global leader in news distribution, in the MENA region.

MPs Fail to Turn Up for Ghana Card  

Accra, Ghana, June 11, 2018//-Reports say Members of Parliament (MPs) today failed to turn up for the ongoing special registration for the Ghana car at the Parliament House.

When Corruption Becomes a Household Name in Ghana  

June 9, 2018//-Though security issues in Ghana have been taken for granted, corruption has gradually taken over, and becomes a household name.

Smart Cities: Digital Solutions for a More Livable Future

June 7, 2018//-Until recently, city leaders thought of smart technologies primarily as tools for becoming more efficient behind the scenes.

The Rise of the Muslim Woman Tech Entrepreneur

June 1, 2018//-Early in her career, Samira Negm, a Cairo-based engineer, programmed self-parking features for cars. But she spent nearly as much time driving a car as she spent programming one.

Overcoming the Politics of Pessimism

Inspiring and reassuring voters is a political challenge, not a technocratic one. But it also requires ambitious policy solutions to help governments increase the economic pie faster and share it more fairly. London, UK, June 1, 2018 – A big reason why Western politics is in such disarray is voters’ pessimism about the future. According […]

Stress in Infancy ‘Dramatically Alters’ Body’s Organs

May 30, 2018//-Scientists have found the first evidence suggesting emotional stress in infancy has significant and far-reaching effects on the body and could result in disease later in life.

Why the Pan-African Parliament Must Clean Up its Act if it Wants to Survive

May 26, 2018//-The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has recently been in the news for the wrong reasons. There have been allegations of abuse of power by its Cameroonian president, Nkodo Dang.

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