Thursday, March 21, 2019

ZIMBABWE OUTLINES PLANS FOR ‘DISNEYLAND IN AFRICA’

BBC: The government would spend more than $300m (£193m) on the theme park, said Tourist Minister Walter Mzembi. Zimbabwe is trying to rebuild its tourism industry after a...

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2014 INNOVATION PRIZE FOR AFRICA

Development Diaries: The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) announced the call for entries for the 2014 Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA). The Prestigious Prize,presented annually since 2012, aims at...

WEST AFRICAN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (WAAPP-NIGERIA) TO HOST RESEARCH FAIR IN...

Business News Nigeria: The West Africa Agricultural Productivity Programme (WAAPP-Nigeria) is to host an International Research Fair in November this year in Abuja.  The National...

TEENAGER PLANS “HACKER SCHOOL” TO HELP AFRICA BUILD NEXT GOOGLE

CNN: Martha Chumo, a 19-year-old self-taught programmer, was supposed to be in New York right now, honing her coding skills and mastering cutting-edge technologies...

AFRICA ATTRACTING TECHNOLOGY FIRMS

VOA: Africa is not only a growing market for hi-tech products, but may soon be a base for a lot more hi-tech companies. The continent is...

NIGERIA, EGYPT AND SOUTH AFRICA LEADING IN PRODUCTION OF SOLAR PANELS...

EUROAFRICA MAG: Nigeria has joined Egypt and South Africa as the third African nation to produce its solar panels for electricity purposes locally. The...

‘BRICS’ NATIONS LOOK TO AFRICA FOR THE FUTURE

by Iweka Kingsley Focus of the global business eyes on Africa keeps intensifying and this further establishes the continent as the hope for the future....

A MILLION AFRICAN MANAGERS BY 2023

The African Management Initiative (AMI), a group created last May by several prominent foundations and nonprofits, wants to create 1 million qualified and effective...