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TechnoServe Launched the Burundi Better Coffee Initiative in New Bujumbura Office
22-11-2023 | 13:30:00
The Burundi Better Coffee Initiative, "Ikawa Nziza mu Burundi”, will benefit over 50,000 coffee farmers in Burundi over the next five years by focusing on improving quality and climate resilience.
[Column] Phylla Jele: Prioritizing people over processes for business success
07-11-2023 | 12:43:33
The workplace today looks very different from the workplace people left behind when remote work was mandated in 2020. Not only did the work model change, but also the mindset of the average employee.
Google Cloud partners with Unilever to launch an app that connects employees globally
25-10-2023 | 10:29:06
The app has been designed to digitally connect Unilever’s factory-based colleagues across the globe, enabling them to tap into Unilever’s digital resources from any location or device.
Finnfund invests in Metier Capital Growth Fund III to foster growth and job creation in Sub-Saharan Africa
09-10-2023 | 11:06:00
Finnfund, a Finnish development financier and impact investor, has announced a USD 15 million commitment to Metier Capital Growth Fund III.
[Column] Moses Anibaba: Building connections and opportunities for young Africans
29-09-2023 | 11:38:14
The next generation is essential to the continent’s development and to global shared interests in creating a safer, healthier, and more prosperous future for us all.
[Column] Vera Ng’oma: Propelling TEVET as Africa is set to be the world capital for young talent
29-09-2023 | 11:35:43
Africa could seize this opportunity as it pursues a re-envisioning of its economic prospects. But this aspiration can only be attainable if education systems are revitalised, skills development philosophies re-set and job markets scaled to support the demographic boom.
[Kenya] KCB and GIZ graduate 3,500 2Jiajiri beneficiaries as it scales programme
22-08-2023 | 13:58:00
KCB Group is scaling the 2Jiajiri programme, the youth empowerment and job creation programme in Kenya and extending it to the other markets where the Bank operates in.
IFAD, ILO and CARE International launch partnership to promote decent work across food systems
18-08-2023 | 14:18:07
The Decent Work for Equitable Food Systems Coalition will promote decent and productive employment across food systems. Its priorities are based on the four pillars of the ILO’s Decent Work Agenda: rights at work; full and productive employment; social protection; and social dialogue.
Light For the World and Mastercard Foundation partner to enable youth employment
09-08-2023 | 11:07:20
Light For the World and Mastercard Foundation partner to enable youth employment for Young Africans with disabilities.
[Column] Vuyo Lee: Tackling South Africa’s youth unemployment through financial literacy
13-07-2023 | 08:54:19
Tackling the mammoth task of achieving inclusive financial literacy requires a concerted effort from all sectors of society – government, the private sector and civil society.
[Column] Pankaj Bedi: Transform Kenyan human capital for sustainable growth
03-07-2023 | 07:33:00
For any business, one of the most critical components of enhancing productivity and giving the company a competitive edge is a skilled and highly efficient workforce. The most industrialized nations attribute their development to a highly skilled workforce, among other factors.
AfDB, Tanzania government launch $54 million initiative to drive job creation for youth in Zanzibar’s blue economy
13-06-2023 | 11:40:48
The African Development Bank Group and the Republic of Tanzania have launched the Skills Development for Youth Employability in Blue Economy project. This is a project that will enable Zanzibari youth to find well-paying maritime and other blue economy jobs.
MTN Group empowers entrepreneurs with launch of 21 Days of Y'ello Care campaign
05-06-2023 | 12:57:43
Building on the successes of prior years, the 2023 campaign underlines MTN's enduring commitment to instigating positive change within the communities it serves.
Kenyan startup ElevateHR Africa raises funding to scale people management software
17-05-2023 | 10:09:01
Cloud-based HR management platform ElevateHR Africa has appointed Kennedy Nybwala as the new Chief Executive Officer following its recent early stage funding by From Here Ventures.
NCC trains over 2,000 Nigerian youth on digital job creation
10-05-2023 | 09:49:13
More than 2000 Nigerian youths from the Six Geopolitical Zones of the country have been trained in digital job acquisition in an intervention programme promoted by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) while the ongoing edition of the programme has 600 youths being trained.
COMESA, IOM sign agreement to strengthen cooperation
04-05-2023 | 12:26:39
COMESA and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to build a cooperative working relationship in different areas of common interest which centers on managing migration and related activities in the Eastern and Southern African region.
MTN Zambia launches skills academy to empower youth and bridge digital skills gap
03-05-2023 | 10:45:23
MTN Group has announced the launch of its flagship MTN Skills Academy in Zambia, the first of its operations to roll out this initiative which is aimed at addressing the digital skills gap in Africa.
HRLeverage expands into seven African countries
19-04-2023 | 14:09:37
HRLeverage, a provider of outsourcing and Professional Employer Organization (PEO) solutions, has announced its expansion into Kenya and seven other African countries, including Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Senegal, Nigeria and Zambia.
[Column] Hardeep Sound: Close the tech skills gap to unlock East Africa’s economic growth
13-04-2023 | 08:08:39
For East Africa, the digital economy holds enormous opportunity, with the potential to power growth across every sector of the economy.
[Interview] Ayodeji Ayorinde, Co-founder, Artisankonect, Nigeria
27-03-2023 | 11:06:00
Artisankonect is a Nigeran startup that helps outsource user requests to skilled persons. Africa Business Communities chats with Ayodeji Ayorinde, one of the founders.
Recommendations for better focus at work
14-03-2023 | 14:57:02
There are activities - mostly our hobbies like betting - during which you completely forget the time. So you don't look at the clock or think about problems in the future or mistakes from the past.
[Column] Cathy Smith: With change the only constant, leaders will need to be adaptive in 2023
14-03-2023 | 14:56:56
The last few years have revealed the futility of making predictions about what lies ahead. In our uncertain times, the only guarantee is that the world will keep changing, with change coming at an ever-accelerating rate.
Growing Crypto Market in South Africa - What Cryptocurrency is best to invest in?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:50
Undoubtedly, trading crypto has become one of the primary sources of income for many people. In South Africa, a few people trade crypto full-time, while most treat it as a side hustle.
[Column] Anthony Mwangi: Reinvigorate Kenyan textiles and apparel sector to create jobs
14-03-2023 | 14:56:49
This might surprise you, but Kenya is one of the global suppliers of big fashion brands in America.
[Column] Cathy Smith: Empowered employees walk the talk on social impact
14-03-2023 | 14:56:45
But social impact requires more than just a clear sense of purpose. It requires concerted action to redirect resources and effort toward activities that hold the greatest potential for positive impact.
[Column] Millicent Clarke: Creating a strong employee value proposition that exceeds employee expectations
14-03-2023 | 14:56:44
A workforce revolution has set in, one which business cannot ignore. While not too long ago, compensation and benefits were enough to attract and retain talent – this is no longer the case.
[Column] Shiraz Khota: How to beat the great resignation with human experience management
14-03-2023 | 14:56:30
The past two years have shifted the goalposts for every company wishing to build a high-performance culture.
[Column] Vukani Mngxati: High time for a greater national effort in skills development
14-03-2023 | 14:56:30
The skills required range from cyber security practitioners, data design and analytics to artificial intelligence and machine learning. Those who have these skills have become marketable commodities not only in South Africa but around the world.
[Column] Tobias Alando: Driving the business community’s participation in skills training
14-03-2023 | 14:56:28
The ever-evolving trends in sectors such as manufacturing, technology, automation and climate change are changing the world of work, and together with it, the skills required to adapt and maintain a competitive edge.
[Column] Moses Anibaba: Education for employment
14-03-2023 | 14:56:21
Africa has the youngest population in the world, representing an enormous opportunity for the continent’s growth and the opportunity to become leaders as global citizens – provided these energetic, creative young people can achieve their true potential.
[Column] Vukani Mngxati: Building trust in the workplace is mission critical
14-03-2023 | 14:56:18
Earlier this year the global communications firm Edelman in its excellent annual Trust Barometer Survey found that close on seventy percent of those surveyed tended not to believe information until they saw evidence it was trustworthy.
[Interview] Michelle Matthews, Director, Viridian, South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:56:16
Following the rising levels of unemployment among young South Africans, the UK-South Africa Tech Hub Launch League initiative undertook a research project.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Role of productive jobs in improving quality of life
14-03-2023 | 14:56:08
The growth of productive jobs by manufacturing means that many people will be able to support their dependants and live quality lives with access to basic amenities such as healthcare, education, clean water and food.
South Africa’s office and work-from-home plans have changed for 2022
14-03-2023 | 14:55:44
In June 2021, an estimated 50% of the South African workforce was working from home full-time, with the Covid-19 pandemic fundamentally changing views on where and how people work best.
[Column] Titilayo Adewumi: West Africa’s circular economy efforts at the forefront of fostering a more sustainable future
14-03-2023 | 14:55:40
The vast majority of population growth across the continent will be concentrated in urban areas. WEF data indicates that more than 80% of Africa's population growth between now and 2030 will be in cities, with Lagos growing at a pace of 77 people every hour.
[Column] Lizelle Strydom: How the BPO sector is giving African women a platform to grow
14-03-2023 | 14:55:34
While training programmes can help bridge the skills gap for women from disadvantaged communities, it is vital that organisations develop a culture of mentorship to help women progress in their careers.
[Interview] Naike Moshi, Country Director, CVPeople Tanzania
14-03-2023 | 14:55:20
CVPeople Tanzania is a talent acquisition and recruitment company that has for 6 years established itself as a frontrunner in the executive search and headhunting for clients across banking, telecom, and NGO sectors.
Eight responsibilities of which a warehouse manager must be aware
14-03-2023 | 14:55:07
A warehouse manager has one of the most challenging jobs around. They have many responsibilities and have to oversee one of the most complex yet critically important aspects of the business.
Looming cash crisis threatens airlines, IATA
14-03-2023 | 14:55:05
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned that the airline industry will burn through $77 billion in cash during the second half of 2020 (almost $13 billion/month or $300,000 per minute), despite the restart of operations.
Tackling youth unemployment in Kenya through sustainable waste management
14-03-2023 | 14:55:01
Abdul Said Konde is a youth resident in Tudor informal settlement in Mombasa County. Like thousands of other young people across the country, he is not formally employed and the Covid-19 pandemic has made it even harder to access manual jobs.
[Column] Ntombi Mphokane: What will it take to tackle the global skills crisis?
14-03-2023 | 14:54:54
If the World Economic Forum (WEF) is to be believed, then business across the globe could be facing a reskilling emergency.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Kenya economic recovery is anchored on saving lives and securing livelihoods
14-03-2023 | 14:54:53
The International Labour Organization (ILO) highlights that protection of workers and their families from the risk of infection should be a top priority for all economies at this time.
[Column] Paulo de Matos: What manufacturers can do now to maintain continuity in the new normal
14-03-2023 | 14:54:51
Manufacturers and distributors are operating in intensely pressured times. Stats SA reported that manufacturing output contracted for the ninth consecutive month in February of 2020.
[Column] Risha Isaac: How companies can restore employees confidence through health benefits
14-03-2023 | 14:54:50
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, it has become even more critical for organizations to properly manage the impact of a disaster.
Most commodity prices to drop in 2020 as COVID-19 depresses demand, disrupts supply, World Bank
14-03-2023 | 14:54:45
The global economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic has driven most commodity prices down and is expected to result in substantially lower prices over 2020, the World Bank said in its April Commodity Markets Outlook.
Economic impact of COVID-19 on African cities likely to be acute through a sharp decline in productivity, jobs and revenues, ECA
14-03-2023 | 14:54:43
As part of its analysis to inform COVID-19 policy responses, the ECA is calling for adequate consideration of the vulnerability of city economies.
[Column] Shabir Ahmed: Mining sector to fast track automation amid Covid-19
14-03-2023 | 14:54:42
Mining companies have been affected by COVID-19 outbreaks, and global restrictions to encourage social distancing have meant that mining projects have either slowed or been put on hold until further notice.
[Column] Guy Ryder: Covid-19 has exposed the fragility of our economies
14-03-2023 | 14:54:41
The human dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic reach far beyond the critical health response. All aspects of our future will be affected – economic, social and developmental.
[Column] Ngaite Mgeni: Why organizations should invest in staff training
14-03-2023 | 14:54:31
As organizations evolve and competition to acquire top talent heats up world over, businesses are increasingly realizing the need and essence of investing in their most prized possession; their workforce.
[Interview] Catherine Jura, Director Learning and Development, Edify Learning Forum Africa, Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:30
Training management firms like Edify Learning Forum Africa, ELFA, have been at the forefront of designing, managing and redefining organizational learning processes in Africa over the years.
[Startup Interview] Radwa Khairy, Founder, Talents Fit, Egypt
14-03-2023 | 14:54:25
Radwa Khairy has over a decade's worth of experience in the Human Resources, Hospitality and Travels fields. In December 2018, she founded Talents Fit, a recruitment platform servicing human resourcing and employment needs in Egypt.
[Column] Deon De Swardt: Preparing South Africa for the future of work
14-03-2023 | 14:54:19
South Africa alone has a youth population of 20.6 million, making up 35.7 percent of the country’s total population of about 57.7 people.
[Column] Deon De Swardt: Preparing Nigeria for the future of work
14-03-2023 | 14:54:18
According to the World Economic Forum, 70 percent of Africa’s population is under the age of 30, signaling a significant opportunity for the growth and advancement of the continent.
[Column] Paul Akiwumi: How entrepreneurs can evolve from survivalists to opportunity-driven
14-03-2023 | 14:54:15
Meskerem is a middle-aged Ethiopian woman, who runs a café and bakery with ten employees in an affluent neighbourhood of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
[Column] Flora Mutahi: Closing the gender gap in the Kenyan workplace
14-03-2023 | 14:53:55
As the world marks International Women’s Day it is time to take stock of our strides as Kenya, towards gender parity, especially in terms of women’s economic contribution.
[Column] Donna Rachelson: Careers of South African businesswomen constrained by unsupportive male partners
14-03-2023 | 14:53:36
A supportive relationship with male partners is a key factor in women succeeding in the workplace. This is a rarity in South Africa and it is negatively affecting women’s careers.
[Column] Sandiso Sibisi: Youth employment key to development in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:27
Despite Africa’s impressive growth in past 25 years and its entry into the digital economy, the job market continues to be in a depressed state as youth unemployment continues to rise.
[Column] Five roots to Central Africa’s industrialization
14-03-2023 | 14:53:22
Four years after the oil boom ended and Central African countries faced a sudden reverse in their fortunes from the strong growth of the early 2000’s.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Why TVET is central to economic development
14-03-2023 | 14:53:17
The economic well being of any nation rests on the country’s ability the create sustainable jobs for all.
[Kenya Business Week] Realigning businesses to drive growth
14-03-2023 | 14:53:14
With competition across public and private sector now being driven by innovation, Kenyan institutions have invested heavily in modernizing operations and selling the convenience message to customers.
[Interview] Kifle Bantayehu, Founder, Afrinection.com
14-03-2023 | 14:53:09
Kifle Bantayehu is an Ethiopian entrepreneur, consulting professional and policy strategist. He founded in 2016 Afrinection, a platform that closes several gaping holes in the African employment and investment market.
[Column] Joyce Karanja Ng’ang’a: Saving jobs is a priority for African competition authorities
14-03-2023 | 14:52:57
Avoiding or limiting job losses when companies merge has become a major priority for competition authorities throughout East and Southern Africa.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: National Wage Policy: The Next step for Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:52:48
In 2016, the Kenya Tea Growers Association decried the uncertain future of investment in tea, due to the rising costs of labour.
[Interview] Sarah Fitzgerald, Managing Director, Executives in Africa, UK
14-03-2023 | 14:52:45
Sarah Fitzgerald is Managing Director at Executives in Africa, a company engaged in executive and upper management placements in sub Saharan Africa, identifying local African talent, Africans in Diaspora and expatriate managers.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Innovation should be a primary focus for Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:52:28
The capacity for innovation in industry is a key ingredient in the creation of a productive workforce, which in turn increases industry competitiveness.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Women and the future of manufacturing
14-03-2023 | 14:52:26
The world of manufacturing is beginning to realize the value of women’s participation for its advancement, as it transforms through technology and rapid digitization.
[Column] Paul Williams: Collaboration, concerted drive could fast-track African digital transformation
14-03-2023 | 14:52:25
Africa appears to be lagging the world by five or six years on average, with some countries as far as 12 years behind the rest of the world.
[Column] Bob Koigi: Towards a sustainable African economy: Leaving no one behind
14-03-2023 | 14:52:22
In most African countries, a staggering seventy percent of all unemployed citizens are youth in the 18-35 age brackets in a regrettable state of affairs that the World Bank has described as a ticking time bomb.
[Column] Lusanda Raphulu: Is your company ready for automation and the new world of work?
14-03-2023 | 14:52:17
The world of work is evolving, and future-conscious organizations need to be aware of the business implications associated with automation and robotics.
[Column] Tobias Alando: Good leadership is paramount to the growth of any economy
14-03-2023 | 14:52:12
The economic development of any country is highly dependent on good leadership. This is particularly so because the core values of a nation are directly linked to equality and equal distribution of resources.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Human capital development holds the key to Kenya’s economic progress
14-03-2023 | 14:52:05
The Global Human Capital Index released by the World Economic Forum this year, ranked Kenya at position 78 out of 130, up from position 120 in 2016.
[Startup Interview] Utibe Uko, Founder, UniQuest Farms & Innovations Centre, Nigeria
14-03-2023 | 14:52:00
Utibe Uko has his mind and eyes set on luring more youth into farming through his enterprise UniQuest Farms & Innovations Centre that besides working in vegetable cultivation, is partnering with young people in Nigeria through Agribusiness Cooperative Development.
Bring 'hidden' employee costs to light before the deal is done
14-03-2023 | 14:51:58
While it's unlikely that a company changing hands would deliberately conceal any employee costs and liabilities from potential buyers, due to the buyer's unfamiliarity with the local employment landscape it is possible to miss some employee costs..
[Column] Flora Mutahi: Women and Future of Work: Opportunities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
14-03-2023 | 14:51:51
The onset of new technological inventions is always underpinned by ambivalence at best, and at worst, fear and alarm.
[Bob Koigi] Column: Diversification to new frontiers the magic bullet to fixing unemployment in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:51:46
Africa’s smallholder farmers are the apex of agricultural output in the continent contributing a staggering 75 percent of all agricultural production and creating millions of jobs in the process.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Why we need to strengthen trade ties in the EAC
14-03-2023 | 14:51:45
A study released by the Kenya Association of Manufacturers last month stated that Africa continues to be Kenya’s leading export destination accounting for 40.6 per cent of our exports.
[Startup Interview] Javnyuy Joybert, founder, COSDEF Group, Cameroon
14-03-2023 | 14:51:43
Javnyuy Joybert is the founder of COSDEF Group, a Cameroonian social enterprise business whose four startups staggered across education, employment, finance and ICT seek design solutions to Africa’s problems, create impact and make money.
[Startup Interview] Angele Messa, Founder, Kamerbigbang.com, Cameroon
14-03-2023 | 14:51:39
Angele Messa runs Kamerbigbang.com an online business in Cameroon that works with the youth by equipping them with practical skills necessary to gain quality education which then facilitates their inclusion into the job market or transforms them into job creators.
[Column] Bob Koigi: Why African passport makes great business and economic sense
14-03-2023 | 14:51:34
The decision by the African Union to introduce an African passport and abolish visa requirements for all African citizens is the most transformative and historic attempt the continent has ever made in opening up its borders to its people
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: The creative industry can champion sustainable consumption
14-03-2023 | 14:51:29
Our quest to attain a green economy should be broad-based and inclusive. But we cannot achieve this if the vision of sustainability is not shared by every one of us.
South Africa can dig itself out of unemployment - Donna Rachelson, CEO Seed Engine, SA
14-03-2023 | 14:51:21
South Africa’s latest unemployment figures make for sombre reading. While official unemployment is now 27.7 percent, the most affected group is young people under the age of 35.
Increased Infrastructure, Labour-Intensive Manufacturing Key to Africa’s Industrial Competitiveness - Afreximbank President
14-03-2023 | 14:51:06
"At this stage, it might be better to import fabrics and transform them into garments or to produce and assemble other labour-intensive light-manufacturing goods rather than processing raw materials in a way that may not enable Africa to compete globally”.
[Column] Debbie Goodman-Bhyat: Visible shift from expat to local for multinational leadership teams in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:50:58
Global multinationals throughout Africa are increasingly filling their top leadership teams with executives from the continent – a move away from the historical trend of appointing mostly expats to key positions.
[Interview] Korede Ologun, Head, Research & Advisory, Helix Securities, Nigeria
14-03-2023 | 14:50:55
Korede Ologun of Helix Securities Limited interviews with Africa Business Communities on past and present economic situation in Nigeria:
IWG signs two more managed partnership agreements in Ghana as demand for hybrid working grows
23-12-2022 | 06:37:07
The Managed Partnerships will see two new IWG locations open in Accra in 2023, the first being with esteemed real estate developer Radwan Damak in the Atlantic Tower 2 building, Airport City.
[Column] Helmut Engelbrecht: Bridging the digital divide is Africa’s answer to youth unemployment
14-12-2022 | 08:11:02
Survival depended on adopting technological practices, online platforms, and digital solutions that many businesses would’ve preferred to adopt over several years, not within a few months.
2022 Africa Visa Openness Index shows improvement in visa policies across continent
13-12-2022 | 08:33:35
The 2022 Africa Visa Openness Index (AVOI) report shows African countries making progress in their freedom of travel policies, most of which had been severely curtailed by the Covid-19 crisis.
African tech startup SeamlessHR picks Nairobi as its East African Hub
09-12-2022 | 07:09:00
SeamlessHR is an end-to-end HR and Payroll technology focused on helping businesses in emerging markets increase their productivity by deploying well-designed, world-class technology solutions.
Mastercard Foundation launches $200 million fund to catalyze job opportunities
02-12-2022 | 11:55:22
The Mastercard Foundation Africa Growth Fund (MFAGF), a Fund of Funds that works through African investment vehicles to support early-stage, growth-oriented SMEs on the continent, has been launched with a committed $200 million.
[Column] Alison Palmer: Fighting South Africa's tech skills gap with solutions that deliver value
23-11-2022 | 08:21:00
The global IT skills shortage is real and not going away. According to a May 2022 McKinsey report, an overwhelming majority of companies worldwide (87%) are aware that they either already have a skills gap or will have one within a few years.
IFC partners with DTRT Apparel to expand garment production in Ghana
21-11-2022 | 13:39:20
Backing Ghana's ambition to become a regional textile and apparel manufacturing hub, IFC announced a partnership with DTRT Apparel Group that will support the expansion of the company's garment production capacity.
Lancement du projet Employment4Youth-L’Industrie 4.0 pour favoriser l’emploi des jeunes en Côte d’Ivoire
16-11-2022 | 11:56:44
L’objectif principal de ce projet est d’aider la Tunisie et la Côte d’Ivoire à accroître l’emploi des jeunes et améliorer les conditions de travail en structurant et en consolidant un écosystème d’économie numérique et particulièrement celui de l’Industrie 4.0.
IFC appoints Madalo Minofu as Country Manager for Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia
19-10-2022 | 15:29:00
IFC has appointed Madalo Minofu as the new Country Manager for Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia. In her new role, Minofu will help strengthen the role of the private sector in energy, telecom, manufacturing, and agribusiness development in the three countries.
IFC appoints Malick Fall as Country Manager for Burundi, DRC and the Republic of Congo
19-10-2022 | 15:18:00
IFC has appointed Malick Fall as the new Country Manager for Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and the Republic of Congo.
The Presidential Employment Stimulus reaches one million South Africans
04-10-2022 | 11:44:39
The Presidential Employment Stimulus (PES) has – since its launch in October 2020 – created opportunities for over 1 million direct beneficiaries across South Africa.
SociumJob. lève des fonds auprès d’investisseurs pour accélérer son déploiement en Afrique francophone
26-09-2022 | 13:37:00
SociumJob. lève 1 million d'euros pour accélérer son déploiement en Afrique francophone et permettre aux entreprises opérant sur le continent de recruter les meilleurs talents.
SAP cooperation project creates over 530 jobs to power Africa’s digital economy
20-09-2022 | 12:26:37
The project is part of the Special Initiative on Training and Job Creation and the develoPPP program that the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH implements on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
[Kenya] Safaricom, NCPWD link persons with disabilities with job opportunities through online portal
15-09-2022 | 05:00:00
The portal, powered by IT service provider Fuzu, is a first in Africa and seeks to help employers easily identify and recruit Persons with Disabilities into their firms.
Carrières à la Mastercard Foundation-Programme de stages pour les diplômés
18-08-2022 | 11:01:00
La Fondation Mastercard recrute la prochaine cohorte de jeunes diplômés à travers l'Afrique et le Canada pour son programme de stages de 6 à 12 mois.
Careers at the Mastercard Foundation-Graduate Internship Program
18-08-2022 | 10:51:00
The Mastercard Foundation is recruiting the next cohort of young graduates across Africa and Canada for our 6-12 month Graduate Internship Program.