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Glovo Africa Graduate Programme
  • Glovo has launched the ‘Glovo Africa Graduate Programme,’ an initiative seeking to boost the potential of young Kenyan talent while extending it to other African countries.

  • The initiative is specifically tailored to recruit and develop promising Kenyan and African talent for the job market.

  • Participants can explore roles in operations, quick-commerce, partners & brands, finance & strategy, and brand marketing services.

Glovo Africa Graduate Programme

Global technology platform for on-demand delivery, Glovo, has launched the ‘Glovo Africa Graduate Program’, an initiative seeking to boost the potential of young Kenyan talent while extending to other countries in Africa.

The announcement reiterated that the firm specifically targeted Kenyan graduates to bridge the gap between schooling and job market needs.

In a move to harness the potential of young Kenyan professionals, we are thrilled to announce the commencement of our new graduate programme. The initiative is specifically tailored to recruit and develop

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electricity access in Africa
  • Africa’s low electricity access stresses the need to double more than the efforts to meet SGD 7.1 by 2030.
  • In Kenya, data by the lender shows 71 per cent of the population had access to electricity in 2021, compared to about 14 per cent in 2000.
  • World Bank further identifies a stark divide in global access to electricity between urban and rural areas.

Sub-Saharan African states have made tremendous progress in electricity access in the past two decades, with the access rate rising from 25 per cent in 2000 to 48 per cent in 2020.

However, according to the World Bank, countries must double their electrification efforts to bring electricity to all by 2030, meeting Sustainable Development Goal Seven.

Global access to electricity is increasing at a slow pace, with the progress towards achieving universal access to electricity being slow over the last 20 years,” …

Africa's economic growth 2024
  • Africa’s economic growth in 2024 is expected to be upward with the real GDP projected to grow by 3.2 per cent, up from 2.6 per cent in 2023.
  • East Africa, encompassing Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, and the DRC, will again power the continent’s growth prospects.
  • Despite the projected continental growth, the intelligence unit faces substantial risks, including security threats, political instability, and debt repayment burdens.

Africa’s economic growth 2024

According to the international research unit, Economic Intelligence, Africa is expected to grow at the second-fastest rate among major regions globally in 2024. The unit ranks behind Asia, which China and India will propel.

Except for Sudan and Equatorial Guinea, whose economies appear destined to decline this year, most African governments are predicted to report good growth stories.

The real African GDP is expected to rise by 3.2 per cent in 2024, up from 2.6 per cent in 2023,

President Ahmed Bola Tinubu removes Nigeria's fuel subsidy

At his inauguration, Nigeria’s new president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, announced that his administration would do away with the fuel subsidy. The announcement resulted in a spark in prices and long queues in Nigeria as people rushed to buy fuel before the price increase when the policy took effect on July 1.

When the policy to remove Nigeria’s fuel subsidy takes effect, fuel prices in Nigeria are expected to jump from the official pump price of $0.4 to between $0.76 and $1.18. According to the United Nations, Nigeria’s rise in fuel prices will have widespread economic ramifications for over 133 million citizens plagued by multidimensional poverty.…

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Africa's blue economy

On June 8th, African economies joined the world in marking World Oceans Day under the theme ‘Planet Ocean: Tides are changing. Africa, the second largest continent in the world by land mass and population, borders the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Red Sea to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. These territorial waters, if nurtured, could contribute significantly to Africa’s blue economy. …

Smart Water Meters to be deployed as Safaricom partners with KEWI

Safaricom has partnered with the Kenya Water Institute (KEWI) to deploy Smart Water System in the water sector. Through the partnership, Safaricom will deploy the system at the KEWI’s Nairobi and Kitui campuses to facilitate practical training. The giant telco will additionally co-create and run a Smart Water Management curriculum for students at the institution.…

Plastic pollution
  • Out of 54 states, 34 have either passed a law banning plastics and implemented it or have passed a law to tackle the plastics menace. 
  • Plastic pollution is a global crisis and governments need to collaborate in a more coordinated approach to end this crisis.
  • Legally binding agreements will deal with plastic pollution from production to disposal. 

Africa has come a long way on the journey to tackle plastic pollution with as many as 34 countries out of 54 passing a law banning plastics. However, these countries have a long way to go in implementing these rules that create a plastic-free continent. 

“We have seen countries such as Rwanda taking the lead in the quest to find a global binding instrument to deal with the plastic crisis. Others like Morocco, whose consumption of the raw material used in manufacturing plastic bags dropped by 50 per cent since its plastic

South Sudan Oil & Power 2023

The South Sudan Oil & Power (SSOP) 2023 summit will emphasizes the partnership between South Africa and South Sudan. Scheduled for 14 to16 June in Juba, the 6th edition of the SSOP will include the African Energy and Mining Business Forum. The summit will highlight the collaborative relationship between South Africa and South Sudan.…

contre indications de anapolon 50 mg

La nandrolona es un esteroide anabólico popular utilizado por atletas y culturistas para aumentar la masa muscular y mejorar el rendimiento deportivo. Aunque su venta está restringida en muchos países, existen diversas formas de adquirir este producto en el mercado actual. Sin embargo, es importante destacar que su uso debe ser supervisado por profesionales de la salud, ya que puede tener efectos secundarios y riesgos para la salud si se utiliza de manera inapropiada. En este artículo exploraremos algunos aspectos relacionados con la compra de nandrolona y los cuidados necesarios al adquirirla.

Comprar Nandrolona: Una opción para potenciar tu rendimiento físico

Si eres un apasionado del deporte y deseas mejorar tus habilidades y rendimiento físico, es posible que hayas escuchado sobre la nandrolona. Esta sustancia es conocida por sus propiedades anabólicas y su capacidad para acelerar el crecimiento muscular.

La nandrolona es un esteroide anabólico que se utiliza tanto en …

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