Nandu Nandkishore, Executive Vice President in charge of Zone Asia, Oceania and Africa (AOA), has decided to take early retirement after a long and distinguished career with Nestlé
The MasterCard Foundation have announced the opening of its Clients at the Centre Prize competition, a US$150,000 initiative to find and recognize the most customer-focused organization working to enable poor people in developing countries to access formal financial products and services.
Mrs Kate Quartey-Papafio, Chief Executive of Officer (CEO) of Reroy Cables Limited, has been awarded by the Ghana Entrepreneurs Foundation, and inducted into entrepreneur hall of fame, for her outstanding and innovative performance.
CCECC NIGERIA LIMITED, a subsidiary of CRCC China-Africa Construction Limited which is a subsidiary of the Company, entered into the Nigeria Ogun State Intercity Rail Mass Transit Project Contract with the Ogun State Government, Nigeria
AgriMinco Corp. has announced that the Company and Premier African Minerals Limited an AIM-listed, multi-commodity resource and development company have agreed to the terms of an unsecured loan facility of up to USD$250,000
"Investing in the power sector in Africa can be very lucrative and we have the success stories to prove it", says Evan Schiff, event director of African Utility Week, taking place in Cape Town from 12-14 May
A new report from PwC and Strategy& warns that the Power Sector is transforming fast and companies that don’t stay ahead of change are in danger.
Between them, they have a library of experience and expertise in recruitment, individual behaviour, operations and management. Deirdre and Carina founded WithIntent Lt.d in 2015.
ABC brings this interview with them:
I think it’s fair to say that the landscape for technology and innovation is undergoing huge change. The ‘tech’ industry as we know it is transforming and moving at speeds like no other. And any industry that is moving with it is doing so with the help of disruptive technologies being developed in the IT space.
The expression “employee engagement” has been used so many times that some people are beginning to think that it is gradually losing its meaning. To human resource practitioners, it is a key expression considering the fast-moving nature of the job world.