Saturday, March 28, 2020

Five ways African employers can benefit from a more diverse workforce

Africa’s most sought-after employers are increasingly recognising that diversity is a key driver of performance, recent data has shown. Indeed, the business case for...

Opinion: Farmers should be involved when designing agricultural policies

Last week, Rwanda's Ministry of Agriculture launched consultations on the country’s Fourth five-year Strategic Plan that Seeks to Transform Agriculture (PSTA 4) into a more...

Why We are Hopeful About Improving Health in Africa, by Aliko...

This week, more than 138,000 vaccinators will fan out across five African countries in the Lake Chad area in a push to eliminate polio...

22 years on: Rwanda’s story of resilience, economic turnaround

By Peterson Tumwebaze - Twenty-two years ago, Rwanda was on its knees, the economy was a wreck with most facilities and services non-existent in the aftermath...

Africa’s face today is not the one the outside world has...

By Mukesh Malhotra - Consider the scenario: the latest Hollywood movie is being screened and the theatre is packed to the full. People are waiting outside and...

Learning from Lagos: A City of New Meaning – Iweka Kingsley

by Iweka Kingsley In war terminology, ‘Open City’ refers to forsaking all defensive efforts by a city’s government or military in the face of imminent...

Made in… Ethiopia? Yes, Ethiopia

by Jennifer Schwab ADDIS ABABA -- So we got used to "Made in Japan," "Made in China," "Made in Hong Kong" and most recently "Made in...

EDUCATION IN 50 YEARS: SHRINKING CLASSROOMS AND DISAPPEARING TEACHERS

By Iweka Kingsley A futurist’s perspective on education in 50 years  In the wake of 2015, seven inland schools in Gauteng, South Africa, walked into the...