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Way Forward for the AFCFTA Post COVID-19

By Natalie Nkembuh “The first thing I would do is put a succession plan in place to remove all of  the elderly executives who are in charge of the African Free Trade…

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Ethiopia seemingly taking control of the River Nile

Ethiopia’s very big dam The Nile River Basin extends to 11 African countries, but Egypt — one of the oldest civilizations in the world — has controlled the river and used the lion’s…

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Iran plane downing: Canadian PM promises ‘justice’ at memorial

Mr Trudeau spoke in Edmonton, Alberta at a vigil for the 57 Canadians killed in the disaster. The PM promised to pursue answers from Iran, which admitted its military shot down the…

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Report: White House Has Asked North Korea To Resume Negotiations

 After months of stalled negotiations, the Trump administration has reached out to North Korea to resume nuclear negotiations, Axios reported Sunday. In an interview with Axios, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien said, “We’ve reached out…

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Craft Emails that are Read and Get Results

By Rebecca Klein Scott and Keith Scott You have a few moments to play email catch up before dashing into your next meeting. If you have to keep scrolling to search for…

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Why paying attention to resources can make a difference for entrepreneurs

By: Natalie Nkembuh Young entrepreneurs often tend to overlook many resources that could be useful to them either because of ignorance or wrong assumptions. For example, most people  say finding a mentor…

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From Waste to Valued Assets: Irene Muja tells us how it all started

Up on our series-profiling Africa’s future this week we have Irene Muja Irene Muja is an International Business and Project Management Student at Tanzania Institute of Project Management (TIPM); Youth Activist, Social…

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Launching and scaling your brand in a crowded market: Ndeye Fatou tells her story

Second in our series “profiling Africa’s future”  ahead  the BEEA summit in June 2019 is an exceptional young lady from The Gambia. Ndeye Fatou Njie is a graduate of Marina International School…

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What personal branding isn’t suppose to be

People have diverse views when it comes to personal branding. I really have no issue with their views no matter what they are. I think personal branding is too important to be…

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Corporate Leadership patterns that make the difference: Secrets to business success

Corporate leadership: women leaders at the negotiation table “know what others think,” beyond the words they speak. By: Regina Huber The success of every venture depends on certain key factors one of…

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