Fish Farms Helping to Promote Development in Ghana

Ainoo-Ansah Farms Ltd is a Ghanaian-owned enterprise that operates as a fish hatchery. It produces and supplies tilapia fingerlings to fish farmers throughout the country. The farm also exports tilapia fingerlings to Nigeria and South Africa. Mr. Jacob Ainoo-Ansah is the proprietor of Ainoo-Ansah Farms Ltd. He has a master’s degree in business leadership, and

Prudential share price is sinking as Africa challenges mount

Prudential (LON: PRU) share price has been among the worst-performing in the UK after the insurance company published weak results last week. The stock has slipped in the past four straight days and is trading at the lowest level since November 30th of this year. Prudential faces significant challenges Prudential published relatively weak financial results

Global Citizen Curtis Fellowship 2023 for young South African emerging Leaders (All Expenses paid learning trip to New York City)

Application Deadline:  March 30th, 2023 11:59 PM SAST The 2023 Curtis Fellowship is an annual leadership development program to support youth ages 18-21 from underserved communities in South Africa who embody the values of global citizenship. Curtis Fellows will further develop their professional and personal development through an innovative and engaging curriculum. After completion, fellows will receive letters

Top 10 fastest growing sub-sectors in Nigeria

Unfortunately, these sectors growth did not reflect in the country’s GDP growth rate as the country experienced a decline in its 2022 nominal GDP. The decline could be attributed to factors such as inflation, oil vandalism, security problems, and the lingering effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. According to Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria’s GDP

Ghana’s Mensah Elected Rugby Africa President

By Victor Kanayo A Ghanaian – Herbert Mensah has been elected as President of Rugby Africa. Rugby Africa is the governing body for Rugby in the continent. He is expected to lead the continent’s rugby governing body in the next four years, after replacing Mr. Khalid Babou of Tunisia. This was disclosed by the communications department