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Dr Thomas Mensah talks Infrastructure with Vice President Bawumia

Dr. Thomas Mensah paid a courtesy call on the Vice president of Ghana Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia at the Flag Staff House to Discuss major infrastructure transformation for the country. Vice President Bawumia told Dr. Mensah during their Flag Staff House meeting that “Ghana is interested in infrastructure Developments and we are glad you are in the country to work with …

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Stern Action Called For Over Enslaving of Africans in Libya

Libya

Libya slavery in summary Some 3,000 people have, so far, drowned in old, leaking overcrowded boats. This contempt for black people might explain why the idea of enslaving them might not be so strange in Libya, only a few years after their recent revolution. In November 2017, a CNN News exclusive report revealed that black sub-Saharan African migrants in Libya …

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Youths in Africa need to be more interested in careers in politics

Politics

Politics is not often tabled in career guidance discussions, yet there are good opportunities and prospects for young people in Africa interested in public service. Youths in Africa need to be more interested in political careers. We usually discuss careers in law and business and discuss company formation and types of companies but seldom politics. There are many young people who …

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emCash becomes Dubai’s First Official State Cryptocurrency

emCash

The government of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has revealed details of its own blockchain-based cryptocurrency, called emCash. In major news coming out of the UAE, the government of the city of Dubai will develop and implement emCash, an encrypted blockchain-powered digital currency that will enable citizens to pay for government and non-government services alike. The digital currency …

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A Plain Text Resume Template Just Might Get You That Job

resume

With attention spans on the lower side and resumes being fed through Applicant Tracking Systems, candidates today need to pack more punch in less time and words. The best way to fight your way to the top of the resume database is through a plain text resume and resume optimization. Recent studies show that our attention spans have decreased significantly …

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Chinese envoy assures Mnangagwa of China support for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

A delegation from China paid an official visit to the new President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa in the capital, Harare. The envoy was composed of high dignitaries from the Chinese government, led by the Assistant Foreign Minister, Chen Xiaodong. Chen conveyed a congratulatory message from Chinese President Xi Jinping to President Mnangagwa. Xi in his message said that relations between …

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I/O Spaces Launches I/O Learn – A Culture-Engineered Education Platform

I/O Spaces

SILVER SPRING, November 28, 2017 — I/O Spaces, located in Silver Spring at Maryland (MD), United States (US), launches I/O Learn, an in-person workforce development experience. The experience focuses on developing an innovative community of professionals and founders that are looking to acquire a new skill set, transition into a new career, or turn an idea into a funded venture. …

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Miss South Africa crowned Miss Universe on Las Vegas Strip

Miss South Africa

November 26, 2017 — A fitness and self-defense instructor from Sedgefield, South Africa who survived an attempted carjacking over the summer is the new Miss Universe. Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, Miss South Africa, was crowned Miss Universe before a capacity crowd at Axis theater at Planet Hollywood. First-runnerup was Miss Colombia Laura Gonzalez, with Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett as second runner-up. Miss …

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US-based Ghanaian inventor lauds ‘One-District, One-Factory’

Renowned US-based Ghanaian Scientist, Entrepreneur, and Innovator of Fibre Optic Technologies, Dr. Thomas Mensah, has lauded the government’s initiative of establishing a factory in each district to reduce the high unemployment rate. He, however, says the initiative can be sustained when the country is able to build a high-speed train system to easily link the districts. Dr. Mensah was speaking …

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