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COVID-19 Shows That Where There Is Political Will There Is A Way To Work Across Sectors

COVID-19 Shows That Where There Is Political Will There Is A Way To Work Across Sectors

South Africa reported its first case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on 5 March 2020. In the weeks that followed the country saw decisive, strong leadership from President Cyril Ramaphosa. It has also seen significant, important and necessary co-ordination between different ministries. These have included education, justice, health, trade and industry, transport, public works and infrastructure and finance. The […]

We Plan To Make Lagos Third Largest Economy In Africa – Gov. Ambode

We Plan To Make Lagos Third Largest Economy In Africa – Gov. Ambode

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Saturday said that one of his administration’s objectives is to propel the State from being the fifth to become the third largest economy in Africa. He said to achieve this, the State Government would focus more on Education (especially vocational training), scaling up of its health facilities, including […]

GE Remains Committed To Africa’s Growth

GE Remains Committed To Africa’s Growth

Seven of GE’s top leaders have travelled to key African markets so far this year, signaling GE’s strong commitment to Africa. GE remains committed to partnerships which further develop Africa’s rich potential, particularly in oil & gas, power, and mining, as well as other sectors. Here’s what they say about Africa, in seven punchy soundbites. […]