Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Nigeria As Africa’s Next Automotive Hub

With the initial apathy by the Buhari administration to the full implementation of the National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP), started by his predecessor, ex-President Goodluck Jonathan; automotive industry stakeholders say that with the take-off of the...
Uber

Why Africa’s Cab Drivers Must Accept The Uber Reality

Early February this year, criminal gangs attacked drivers for the app-based taxi service, Uber, in Kenya. The attacks lasted for several days and required the intervention of security agencies to be quelled. The BBC reported...
Transfers

Africa’s Urgent Need To Stop Outflow Of Illegal Transfers

In a recent interview with Africa Renewal, Thabo Mbeki, former President of South Africa, who chairs the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa, reiterated the point that Africa must do something to...
oil

Oil Crash Shows Africa What It’s Missing

As at the time of writing this piece, many oil dependent African countries could not meet basic obligations, ranging from payment of public workers’ wages to provision of water and sanitation. Some of them like...
farmers

‘Women Serve As Foundation Of Agricultural Production In Nigeria’

The Nigeria’s Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Sunny Echono, said women are the foundation of agricultural production, processing, marketing and utilisation in the country, Footprint to Africa reports. Echono who was...

Innovation The Key To Reviving South Africa’s Manufacturing Sector

The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa has described innovation as crucial for the future survival of South Africa’s manufacturing sector. Speaking at the Industrial Development Conference held in Sandton, SEIFSA Chief Executive...

Top 8 Strategies in Boosting Your Career in 2015

2015 is fast drawing to an end and you may be feeling a bit behind in your career goals and advancement. It is never too late to make a difference. Here are 8 strategies...

29 Africans Made 2015 Forbes’ Billionaires Annual Ranking

By Jamiu Folarin   29 Africans made the 2015 Forbes’ billionaires annual ranking out of the 1,826 of the world’s richest people. The billionaires were from nine African countries comprising of eight Egyptians having net worth of...