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Promoting the adoption of digital skills amongst Africa’s youth

The 5th Regional Forum for the Partnership for Skills in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology (“PASET”), scheduled from 20 – 22 May 2019, in Kigali, Rwanda, brought together industry experts from diverse fields, notable members of academia and prominent policy makers with a similar vision in mind – creating a ...

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10 ultimate travel experiences in Africa

10 ultimate travel experiences in Africa

Wildlife, incredible landscapes, exciting road trips, centuries-old tribes and glorious beaches are just a few great travel experiences that make Africa one of the most desirable travel destinations in the world. And if you’re unsure of what to do, Sue Garrett of Flight Centre has listed 10 of the most ...

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Boosting Ghana’s domestic tourism sub-sector, the way forward

Boosting Ghana's domestic tourism sub-sector, the way forward

Unlike International Tourism that is often susceptible to various shocks including but not limited to terror attacks, natural disasters and political instabilities, Domestic Tourism is often more resilient to such shocks. Countries that rely mainly on International Travel receipts suffer more from such uncertainties than those with large domestic tourist markets which can bolster the economy until the destination recovers from the shock.  Moreover, International Tourism is often dominated by multinational firms – with a higher chance of revenue leakages, but also fewer job opportunities for ...

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Huawei says Kenyan market unshaken despite US trade ban

Huawei Technologies has said that the business ban by US government and Google will have no impact on its market and Kenyan government institutions. Te firm’s  Southern Africa senior director Adam Lane said the company has been prepared for upgrade on its systems and recovery for such disasters since 2016. ...

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Huawei sanction likely to hit Safaricom, government

Huawei sanction likely to hit Safaricom, government

By CHARLES MWANIKIMore by this Author The US’s blacklisting of Chinese tech giant Huawei could potentially filter through to the Kenyan market due to the high exposure by government and leading telcos to the firm’s equipment, a local investment bank has said. Standard Investment Bank says in a topical note ...

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