[Angola] The Integrated Centre for Technological Training to bridge unemployment gap with technical training programme
The Integrated Centre for Technological Training (Cinfotec) plans to train and certify over 3500 Angolans on technical skills as it seeks to bridge the unemployment gap.
[Column] Bob Koigi: Why Africa’s neglected economic sectors will be our saving grace in job and wealth creation
Kenya leads African counterparts in successfully absorbing majority of its population into the job market and although the labour force is on track to increase dramatically over the coming decade, creating a job market that comfortably accommodates everyone still remains a pipe dream.
Cameroon has opened two centers of excellence in two southern towns as it seeks to inculcate professionalism in youth and harness the power of job seekers to come up with solutions that can empower them and end joblessness among the growing young population and a deficit in unemployment.
The department of Labour has launched an industrial action report that provides an analysis of strike activities in the South African labour market using the Department of Labour strike database.
One in every three Kenyans is in an investment club which translates to over 300,000 recognized ones in the country, with a combined asset base of $300 million. Now that is a figure even pundits and industry players will tell you is a force for any economy.
The African Development Bank launched “Fashionomics”, a platform to develop the African fashion industry for jobs creation, at Lagos Fashion and Design Week.
Different African countries regulate the employment impact of business transfers differently. The key distinction across jurisdictions is whether or not there is an automatic transfer of employment with going concern transfers, and if there is, whether this applies in outsourcing situations as well.
Careernaija.com is a new, online job site connecting job seekers with the latest job opportunities from companies in Nigeria and around the world.
At a time when unemployment among the youth in Tanzania is at an unprecedented high, THE National Bank of Commerce (NBC) has launched an employment scheme that seeks to empower the youth and prepare them for the job market including being their own bosses.
As Ugandan government mulls tackling the rising youth unemployment and roping in more people into the money economy, it is looking at free zones to reach this target.
As the Ugandan retirement authority seeks to cater to persons out of formal employment and rope in more informal sector players, it has announced that it has licensed two informal sector schemes to bolster its efforts
KCB Group has launched an ambitious KShs.50 billion enterprise development programme geared towards birthing a new cadre of youthful entrepreneurs within the informal sector to ease the country’s unemployment crisis
Joining the global community to commemorate International Women’s Day 2016, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa has called for gender equality, especially in the areas of education and employment.
The MasterCard Foundation Launches Innovative US$74 Million Youth Employment Initiative in Ghana and Uganda
The MasterCard Foundation is launching an innovative youth employment initiative in Uganda and Ghana at a meeting in Entebbe, Uganda this week with representatives from financial service providers, relevant government ministries, the private sector, educational institutions and youth-based organizations