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UNITAR Leadership and Entrepreneurship Programme for 25 South Sudanese Professional Begins in Juba

The UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship Programme: Entrepreneurship and Leadership Youth Training 2017 Cycle begins with an Workshop I: Orientation on 7 August at UNITAR’s Juba office, located in the UNDP compound, Juba, South Sudan. The Orientation Workshop will be followed by Workshop I, to be held from 16 – 20 …

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The economic model of Karl Marx

Marxism refers to a socioeconomic scrutiny that examines class relations and communal conflict through a materialist understanding of historical development. Within the framework of Karl Marx, the theme of exploitation is connected to the wages of labourers. According to Marx, exploitation occurs when several principles are circumvented within the setting …

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Half year: Dangote Cement records 12.6% Sales volume increase across Africa

Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017 Dangote Cement (DangoteCement.com), Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017, posting a 12.6 percent increase in sales volume across Africa. In …

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Wari Group Joins the US-Africa Business Center

Incorporated in 2008, Wari offers a unique digital platform that plays a central role in the uberization of African economies and financial inclusion in the region Digital solutions group Wari (www.Wari.com) has joined the US‑Africa Business Center (USABC) (www.USChamber.com/africa) initiated by the US Chamber Of Commerce. Wari’s CEO and founder, …

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East African experts benefit from training on energy demand, supply planning & management

This will allow them to respond to current energy planning gaps; integrate energy sector planning tools in sector planning and acquire knowledge on undertaking energy demand and supply analyses and balance management The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) recently hosted a course on energy demand and supply training for east …

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Lanseria International Airport Improves Convenience for Airlines and Passengers

New SITA services includes South Africa’s first self-bag drop and mobile boarding Lanseria International Airport is investing in SITA’s (www.SITA.aero) self-service technology that will add new convenience for passengers while providing improved common-use functionality for airlines. Using SITA’s self-service systems, passengers will now be able to quickly check-in and drop …

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New Livestock Traceability System Launched

Fully implemented, the system will help to gather information regarding source/origin of the animal, type of husbandry, and management system in place resulting in quality products for consumers and increased incomes of farmers With the financial and technical support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), through its Livestock …

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Women Advancing Africa placing women at the centre stage of Africa’s Economic Advancement

The Women Advancing Africa Forum is set to bring some of the continent’s best and brightest minds together to shape a common agenda to accelerate the economic advancement of women in Africa The inaugural Women Advancing Africa (WAA) Forum is a new Pan-African flagship initiative launched by the Graça Machel …

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