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Labour Rights Debates in Africa: Balancing Growth and Worker Protections

Across Africa, the discourse surrounding labour rights is on the rise as countries try to breach the delicate balance between economic growth and ensuring adequate protections for workers. From debates.

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Examining the Shift Towards Local Value Addition in Africa’s Mining Industry

Africa’s mining industry has long been a source of significant mineral wealth for the continent. Rich in resources such as gold, diamonds, copper, and cobalt, among others, African countries have.

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A Closer Look at the Entrepreneurship Education and Economic Growth in Ghana

Ghana, a nation brimming with youthful energy and a natural entrepreneurial spirit, stands as a compelling case study in the relationship between entrepreneurship education and economic growth. With a staggering.

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Rwanda gets positive growth rating from the international community

Another positive outcome has occurred in Rwanda as the growth of the country is revised from negative to stable. Standard & Poor Global Ratings, an international financial services company, revised.

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Decent Work and Economic Growth: Are African youths decently employed?

“Young people should not just endeavour to get into the workforce, but also to drive it post-pandemic.” Work for young people is significant for various reasons: they are a key.

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IMF Confirms 7.2% Economic Growth Rate for Rwanda

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has retained Rwanda’s economic growth projection for 2018 at 7.2 per cent, owing to strong industrial activity and favourable rains that are expected to boost.

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Blue economy can drive Africa’s economic growth if well utilized, ECA

The Economic Commission for Africa is fully committed to supporting the African Union, Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and member States to ensure that the untapped potentials of the continent’s blue.

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ICAEW says remittance income will drive economic growth for Africa

Despite an economic slowdown, most African countries are reported to have a positive economic outlook. This is according to a new report by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England.

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UN-Habitat and partners drive for equitable economic growth in Kenya

UN-Habitat, working in concert with its partners, has embarked on a cities campaign on Equitable Economic Growth in two Kenyan secondary towns of Kajiado and Ol-Kalou. The aim of the.

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Decline in Economic Growth for Two Quarters Raises Concerns

The news that Nigeria’s economy expanded for the fifth consecutive time after exiting a recession, with the GDP growing at 1.50 per cent in the second quarter, should ordinarily have.

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