StarTimes will distribute MUTV to subscribers in over 30 countries across sub-Saharan African, representing the biggest agreement of its kind by Manchester United in the region.
Tagged: “Transformative Innovation,” the report highlights how Sahara continues to leverage innovation and technology in achieving its corporate goals and sustainability ambitions across its businesses in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
The measure was intended to prevent the spread of new variants of the novel coronavirus, the Ministry of Health in London said in a statement early on Friday.
The Chairman of NDM, Prof. Apollos Nwauwa, expressed the optimism in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
During two recent off-cycle state elections in the south of Nigeria, for example, the US Embassy threatened to invoke visa restrictions on candidates, agents or security officials who impede the electoral process. It was not an empty threat and the junket-obsessed political elite knew it.
Now in its 10th year, the National Essay Competition is part of UBA Foundation’s education initiative, which is aimed at promoting the reading culture and encouraging healthy and intellectual competition amongst secondary school students in Nigeria and across Africa.
The platform, which already enjoys the blessings of the Federal Government of Nigeria, has signed an exclusive content distribution partnership for Africa with the Viva Entertainment Group Inc. US to bridge the gap between Hollywood and Nollywood through effective collaborations and broadcast of original and exclusive African movies on the Flikontv Channel.
Through the collaboration, Standard Chartered and Airtel Africa will work together to co-create new, innovative products aimed at enhancing the accessibility of financial services and, ultimately, better serve people across Africa.
Shuaibu made this statement at a virtual ceremony on Wednesday to mark the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between NIPSS; Dantiye Centre for Good Leadership and Journalism; and JS Centre for Governance and Security Policy Initiative.
Modified Risk Tobacco Products are tobacco products that are sold or distributed for use to reduce harm or the risk of tobacco-related disease associated with commercially marketed tobacco products. An MRTP application includes a description of the proposed tobacco product and any proposed advertising and labeling, conditions for using the tobacco product, and data and information about how consumers actually use the tobacco product.
Moeti said this in her message to commemorate the World Hepatitis Day 2020 to increase awareness on the public health threat.
The pandemic is gathering pace in Africa, with some 750,000 cases and more than 15,000 deaths across the continent, according to the WHO.
Facebook released the findings in its Impact Connectivity Initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa, a study conducted by Analysys Mason.
Scheduled to hold on July 24, 2020 by 5pm (WAT), the session will provide a platform for Dr. Amin to share insights on recent global trends in chess moves and how his passion for chess drove his desire to keep his dreams alive in the face of challenges and disruptions that life throws at people.
IOC President, Thomas Bach, said the delay was discussed two days ago in a telephone conversation with Senegal President, Macky Sall.
The centre in its latest situation update issued on Wednesday said the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the continent rose from 594,841 on Tuesday morning to 612,586 as of Wednesday morning.
Euromoney recognised Ecobank’s focus on sustainability and partnerships and its core capabilities in delivering positive social and environmental outcomes across Africa.
WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo disclosed this on its official Twitter account on Tuesday.
The bank in a statement in Lagos, said the Deputy Managing Directors would be in charge of UBA’s Nigeria and Africa businesses respectively.
This prodding brought to mind the phone call I had received on the evening of March 20, 2013 from her when she was Finance Minister, complaining about an article I had written about her on a number of appointments that had then been made in the Nigerian economic sector in a major national newspaper. While I had thanked her for the call, I refrained from tendering an apology for what I still consider as the objective commentary I made in that article.