What first comes to mind when you hear of teenage pregnancies? This question signifies so many things to different people. A majority of the victims in regret and frustration, try to take away the lives of the innocent children growing within them. I would say all of the above opinions are nothing but the reality.
In the previous articles of this series, I looked deeply into some of the most critical issues regarding leadership. That’s the focus of this article. Today, just about everyone wants to be a leader or at least, be called one.
While comedy has the potential to help people heal and overcome grief in their everyday life, when facing a loss, it’s the last thing most people feel like doing. About Ferdinand Forka Ferdinand Forka also staged named Oboy Da Comic, is one of Cameroon’s most successful comedians. He was nominated as the best comedian from Bui division, in the North West region, in 2017.
In part one of this article series, I tried to define who a leader really is and isn’t. In this article, I continue to highlight important ideas relevant to bridging the leadership gap in any organization you might find yourself. The stones of Leadership This is how you can bridge the leadership gap in your organization.
Maybe you are a software engineer working on very big ideas to blow our minds or you’re just that politician looking for a new lie to tell us again or you are that self-employed person who has been doing great things or is yet to do.
Rarely do entrepreneurs make a company succeed by themselves. “Our problems are man-made. Therefore, they can only be solved by man and not spirits.
Today, the world is dependent on the internet. Most often, these shortcomings are gravely felt in African countries, where internet penetration is quite low. As a result, pseudo mining activities like cryptocurrency can’t go on smoothly.
Financial Times & HERoes Champions of Women in Business 2018 celebrates 100 senior female role models who help to increase gender diversity in the workplace. The prestigious annual list celebrates female role models who are actively playing their part to increase gender diversity in the workplace. It also celebrates those working to increase the number of women
Instagram is having a large audience of about 700 million, among which 400 million check their Instagram daily. It is easy today to run contests online, with an Instagram contest. One important thing to take note of is the statement of release that is designed to maximise online value.
Africa produces more than 70% of the world’s cocoa but the $100 billion chocolate industry is dominated by Western companies. Multinationals mass produce chocolate and source ingredients globally. But these eight female chocolatiers are carving out a niche in the chocolate industry dominated by big global players.
Today’s Quote “The essential difference between emotion and reason is that emotion leads to action while reason leads to conclusions. Following the popular trend, you would have expected the usual areas – Lagos, Abuja or Port Harcourt for this launch. Interestingly, the telco chose Ibadan.
Africa South African Airways ‘is on the verge of bankruptcy’ It appears the South African national carrier has run out of money and may likely not be paying its workers any time soon. Africa may have found its way out of youth unemployment The continent’s unemployment rate is surging, especially among youths and digital giants seem very concern about the situation. Just after Alibaba
Africa Facebook and Google want to incubate African startups A year after Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg visited Nigeria, the social network giant has announced it will fund several digital training programs, as well as a community space reserved for startups in Nigeria. With this initiative, Facebook joins the search giant, Google who also announced it will launch its training program, Launchpad Africa – the first of its kind outside the US. But hey! A little earlier (in February 2017), Google made
Today’s Quote “In Tanganyika we believe that only evil, Godless men would make the color of a man’s skin the criteria for granting him civil rights”. Africa Teleology Holdings won the bid on 9mobile acquisition Last month, Teleology Holdings and Smile Communications were the only two telcos that had placed substantial bids to acquire 9mobile. Each of them bade $500 million and $300 million, respectively.
Africa Tussles and Hustles for the . Yet, it is home to the most innovative entrepreneurs and businesses. And it happens that more than 8.