Mandela Remembrance: Walk & Run, breaks new barriers

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Nelson Mandela’s giant bronze statue at the foot of the Union Buildings towered even larger than usual, his outstretched arms seemed even wider, and...

60 years after independence: Nigeria’s energy industry hasn’t realized promise

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But it’s getting closer By NJ Ayuk On Oct. 1, 1960, everything seemed possible for Nigeria: After nearly 80 years of colonialism under Great...

40% of parents agree that cute photos with kids get more likes

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In current times, during the Coronavirus pandemic, people have to stay home with their families and kids. Staying at home usually also means spending...

Liverpool or Chelsea as passwords can’t save you from fraud

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British football fans should be wary of rooting for their team by making them a password. Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Everton are all...

Many businesses not ready for future that require accountancy skills – ACCA

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The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has launched a campaign supported by one of the largest ever global studies across the profession, on...

African malls can revamp entertainment through Dubai’s DEAL 2019 show

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The mantra to drive footfalls and increase sales in African malls is by constantly evolving and upgrading the family entertainment centres, explains, Sharif Rahman,...

ALSF trains African lawyers on deals negotiation in key economic sectors

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The African Legal Support Facility has completed a two-day workshop for African lawyers and government negotiators, aimed at strengthening their capacity to negotiate complex...

MCB Group wants to be strategic partner of Kenya businesses

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Mauritian-based MCB Group, through its representative office situated on the 7th Floor of Pramukh Towers, Westlands, in Nairobi, aims at positioning itself as a...

How fruit juice helps to lower blood pressure – Consultant

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A famous health and fitness consultant, Dr. Bisi Abiola has said that fruit juice could reduce the risk of high blood pressure (BP) if...

Isabel dos Santos leads economic empowerment of African women

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By Haley Thompson At a United Nations debate in New York, Isabel dos Santos, who is currently the richest woman in Africa, spoke of the...

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