Cybersecurity: Building a Human Firewall

Even though the evolution of technology has seen artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and automation become commonplace in delivering more innovative cybersecurity solutions, the biggest risk will always remain the human factor. To this end, companies must consider how to educate their employees and embrace the concept of building a human firewall if they are to mitigate the c...

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Cybersecurity: Building a Human Firewall

In Africa, the most common cybersecurity concerns over the past several months have been p...

The True Economic Impact of the World’s Lockdowns

In times of crisis, the economy is usually the first port of call for disaster—and the imp...

Ideal Curriculum Key for Production of Preferred Workforce

In the recent decade, the job market has significantly changed with employers desiring mor...

GovTech Sees Window of Opportunity as Pandemic Spurs Trust in Governments

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for governments to regain credibility.

Developing Skills Responsive to the Changing Labour Market

The unemployment challenge and skills gap are part of the broader problem whose roots can...

Somaliland Sovereignty: President Bihi Must Put a Stop to the UN’s Blatant Meddling

The UN’s biased policy toward Somaliland makes peace and justice a mockery

An African Perspective on Real Assets

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Reputation and Cybersecurity: From Risk to Opportunity and Cyber-Pride

Cyber incidents can (and do) damage business reputations

Tourism Industry to Lose Over $1 Trillion and Can Reduce Global GDP By Up to 2.8%

Tourism, which is the third largest export sector in the global economy, is among the wors...

Competence-Based Education: A Pragmatic Solution to Unemployment in Kenya

Unemployment is and remains to be one of the biggest challenges facing many countries all...

SARS: Nigeria Should Exercise Restraint

African police forces need to be reoriented to protect and serve the citizenry.

Libya Almost a Decade After Gaddafi

It is worth noting that while historians, journalists and social scientists have chronicle...

Beauty Industry to Lose $175 Billion USD in Revenue Due to COVID-19

Beauty and personal-care is one such industry as it is expected to shrink for the first ti...

Having A Chief Sustainability Officer Upgrades Firm Cybersecurity

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Kenyan BBI Taskforce Ignored Diaspora Recommendations

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Editorial
Africa Must Tap into the Swell in Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Solutions

The swell in the adoption of artificial intelligence solutions will see  global artificial intelligence spending surge by 120% and hit $110bn by 2024 according to BuyShares.co.nz. The year 2...

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SARS: Nigeria Should Exercise Restraint

Protests against police brutality in Nigeria – especially against the Special Anti-Robber Squad or Sars - have seen scores injured and lose lives. The protests highlight the rising concerns...

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Africa Must Tap into the Swell in Adoption of Arti...

The swell in the adoption of artificial intelligence solutions will see  global artificial intelligence spending surge by 120% and hit $110bn by 2024...

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SARS: Nigeria Should Exercise Restraint

Protests against police brutality in Nigeria – especially against the Special Anti-Robber Squad or Sars - have seen scores injured and lose lives. The...

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Letters to Editor
Libya Almost a Decade After Gaddafi

It is close to a decade since Libya became what it is today; its own shell after the fall of the regime led by Muamar Gaddafi who was toppled and summarily killed as the world watched. Post-...

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Somaliland Sovereignty: President Bihi Must Put a Stop to the UN’s Blatant Meddling

The Somaliland government suspended all UN operations in the country until further notice, according to a press release from Somaliland Ministry of Planning. But the press release did not go...

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Libya Almost a Decade After Gaddafi

It is close to a decade since Libya became what it is today; its own shell after the fall of the regime led by Muamar Gaddafi who was toppled and summ...

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Somaliland Sovereignty: President Bihi Must Put a...

The Somaliland government suspended all UN operations in the country until further notice, according to a press release from Somaliland Ministry of Pl...

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Perspectives
Developing Skills Responsive to the Changing Labour Market

On November 25, 2020, the 18th IREN Africa Resource Bank Forum kicked off, though virtually, under the theme: “Re-imagining Jobs and Skills in the Digitalization Era in Africa.” I was on the...

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GovTech Sees Window of Opportunity as Pandemic Spurs Trust in Governments

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for governments to regain credibility. While confidence in governments has been generally falling over the last decade, a recent study reve...

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Developing Skills Responsive to the Changing Labou...

On November 25, 2020, the 18th IREN Africa Resource Bank Forum kicked off, though virtually, under the theme: “Re-imagining Jobs and Skills in the Dig...

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GovTech Sees Window of Opportunity as Pandemic Spu...

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for governments to regain credibility. While confidence in governments has been generally falling o...

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Regions
Ideal Curriculum Key for Production of Preferred Workforce

In the recent decade, the job market has significantly changed with employers desiring more than educational qualification for entry level workers. This can attributed to local and global tr...

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The True Economic Impact of the World’s Lockdowns

In this piece we examine the link between the length of time countries across the world have spent in lockdown and the economic damage. Are lockdowns completely to blame for the contraction...

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Ideal Curriculum Key for Production of Preferred W...

In the recent decade, the job market has significantly changed with employers desiring more than educational qualification for entry level workers. Th...

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The True Economic Impact of the World’s Lockdowns

In this piece we examine the link between the length of time countries across the world have spent in lockdown and the economic damage. Are lockdowns...

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