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The long-awaited partial reopening of Nigeria’s international airspace to commercial flights starts September 5, according to the country’s Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika. Nigeria is partially opening up the airspace after over five months of COVID-19-induced lockdown. While making announcing the decision, the minister unveiled a long list of approved...
In a bid to stop further job cuts, Zimbabwe has fully reopened its tourism sector after five months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The country’s Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu, announced the development at a press conference Thursday. He said the decision to fully reopen...
By Dr Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC Toxic workplaces sometimes start at the top. Difficult, abrasive leaders can create a culture of tension, fear, and abusive behaviour at every organizational level. Those types of leaders may produce results, but their actions also lead to dysfunction and employee turnover. Ending the pattern of toxicity...
…as Robinson's Panel absolves Adesina, setting the stage for US support By Ken Giami and Kingsley Okeke The report of the high-level Independent review panel set up by the Bureau of Governors of the African Development Bank, to review the processes and reports of the Ethics committee that cleared the Bank's...
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced a $50 million loan to Equity Bank Kenya to help it increase working capital and trade-related lending to its small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) clients, especially those facing COVID-19 related challenges. The loan, which will ultimately support hundreds of Kenyan...