Nigeria: Kwara State Targeting 5000 jobs in 60 days.

        With recent reports by The World Bank stipulating that the unemployment rate in Nigeria is at an alarming  22 per cent while the youth unemployment...

African Business Magazine releases its survey of Africa’s most valuable brands

  In this month's edition of the Pan African monthly magazine; Business Africa lays a comprehensive list of brands cherished over the years by Africans.  In...

AfDB AND MADE IN AFRICA FOUNDATION LAUNCH FUNDRAISING FOR AFRICA50 INFRASTRUCTURE FUND

AfDB: The African Development Bank and Made in Africa Foundation officially launched the fundraising for Africa50’s Project Development Vehicle on Thursday, September 26 at the NASDAQ...

YPWB DONATES D10,175 TO SIFFOE VDC

Young People Without Borders (YPWB), a community based organization in Siffoe village in collaboration with its partners in Denmark has donated a cash amount of D101, 175 to...

PRINCE WILLIAM: I DREAM OF AFRICA

CNN - Dreaming of Africa is one way that Prince William escapes from the stresses he faces as the future king of Britain. "I regularly...

MENINGITIS VACCINE A “STUNNING SUCCESS”

IRIN – Humanitarian News Analysis, Developement diaries: A new meningitis vaccine being rolled out in Chad has resulted in an astonishing 94 percent drop in the incidence...

ZIMBABWE TO DEVELOP ECONOMY WITH “NEW FRIENDS” LIKE CHINA

CHANNELS- Mugabe, Africa’s oldest leader at 89 who won a fresh five-year term in a July 31 vote his opponents say was rigged, on...

CALL FOR APPLICATION, MASTER RESEARCH PROGRAM IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY

Energy is a major issue in the world. More than 80% of the energy comes from fossil fuels, a finite resource unevenly distributed beneath...

MERCY JOHNSON WANTS KIDS OFF THE NIGERIAN STREETS

Development Diaries: Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, who had her birthday on August 28, has decided to use her non-governmental organization, Mercy Johnson Foundation, to assist...

FORGET PARIS, FALL IN LOVE WITH ACCRA

CNN: With only a 45 minute flight separating Lagos and Accra, you'd think I'd have been to Ghana at least once in my 22-year...