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Girls’ Mentorship – The Game Changer

Girls’ Mentorship – The Game Changer

The Global Gender Gap Index was first introduced by the World Economic Forum in 2006 as a framework for capturing the magnitude of gender-based disparities and tracking their progress over time. It does this by looking across four thematic dimensions: Economic Participation and Opportunity Educational Attainment Health and Survival Political Empowerment. It also provides country […]

#AW Gist : Just Before You Emerge

#AW Gist : Just Before You Emerge

What do you want to do? This a regular question, statement, remark that we have heard countless times. This is basically a Question, a primary question. We have heard this at home, at our workplace, at functions, at job interviews etc. People would often ask, what do you want to do? As simple as this […]

AU Postpones Delegation’s Visit To The Democratic Republic Of Congo

AU Postpones Delegation’s Visit To The Democratic Republic Of Congo

The African Union Commission takes note of the decision of the Constitutional Court of the Democratic Republic of the Congo proclaiming the final results of the presidential and national and provincial and legislative elections of 30 December 2018. The Commission calls on all concerned to work for the preservation of peace and stability and the […]

Moving From ‘Solo-Decisions’ To ‘Joint – Decisions’

Moving From ‘Solo-Decisions’ To ‘Joint – Decisions’

Once two people enter into a relationship, the number of decisions they should make on their own decreases significantly because their respective decision circles overlap. This is not necessarily because all of these decisions must be made together, but rather because nearly every decision you make individually in a relationship has an impact on the […]

Tesla Announces Plan To Cut 7 Percent Of Its Workforce

Tesla Announces Plan To Cut 7 Percent Of Its Workforce

The prospects of a trade deal with China are trumping signs of trouble from two of the highest profile companies in the market. Netflix and Tesla both gave somewhat sober views of their outlook and saw their stock prices suffer. The broader stock market, however, shrugged off those warnings after China reportedly offered to address the more than […]

Your Personality Can Affect Your Sleep – Here Is How

Your Personality Can Affect Your Sleep – Here Is How

Are you an anxious person? A type-A perfectionist? Prone to depression? Highly stressed? Then there’s a good chance that you aren’t sleeping well. It’s long been known among sleep experts that insomniacs tend to have certain personality traits—most of them not all that positive. And a new paper published in Lancet Psychiatryonly furthers the evidence. Netherlands Institute […]

117 migrants Feared Dead After Overloaded Dinghy Sinks In Mediterranean

117 migrants Feared Dead After Overloaded Dinghy Sinks In Mediterranean

 Three survivors of a rubber dinghy that sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya say up to 117 other migrants were aboard at the time, a U.N. migration official said Saturday. It appeared to be the latest tragedy on the dangerous central Mediterranean route from North Africa to Europe. Flavio Di Giacomo of the […]

How To Set The Rights Goals That Aid Productivity

How To Set The Rights Goals That Aid Productivity

Few things feel as good as a truly productive day. You start off knowing what you want to accomplish. You focus on and finish each task in succession without racing through. You go home with almost everything crossed off your list — and a clear plan of how your tomorrow will look. If you’re like […]

The Story Corner : Can You See What ‘Konji’ Can Do?

The Story Corner : Can You See What ‘Konji’ Can Do?

When we advise men to stay controlled, put your manhood in the right place {for married men}. Stay true to your marriage and love your wife, they will be giving us excuses that beans is not enough, they need to explore, take rice, yam and everything in between. Well, everything in between has cost someone […]

Activists Call For New 5-Day Shutdown Protest In Zimbabwe As Government Gives Stern Warning

Activists Call For New 5-Day Shutdown Protest In Zimbabwe As Government Gives Stern Warning

Anti-government activists have called for a second, and this time five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday, prompting the administration to warn that “we will not hesitate to enforce the law”. Presidential spokesman George Charamba ominously added that the deadly response by the government to last week’s protest which left 12 people dead and dozens injured was […]

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