Celebrating its two-year anniversary, the Lusaka-based Medland Hospital continues to deliver affordable, accessible and patient-centred healthcare throughout the pandemic.
Ghana’s trajectory to becoming the most rapidly expanding economy in the world is rooted in its resilience, a dynamic and globally competitive manufacturing sector and the implementation of policies promoting self-sufficiency and global market demand.
UNOC’s resiliency and adaptive strategies have positioned it as a major player in the oil and gas industry. Its upcoming projects are set to make a positive economic change on the country, the region and the lives of Africans.
URC is on a mission to revamp and revitalise its railway network in order to guarantee reliable, cost-effective, efficient and safe transport services while advancing trans-African rail development.
Under H.E. President Yoweri Museveni’s guidance, Uganda takes bold steps towards consolidating macroeconomic stability and providing optimal business conditions to smooth the way for an inclusive private sector-led and export-oriented economy.
Dr John N. Nkengasong, Director of the Africa Centres of Disease Control and Prevention, and Wamkele Keabetswe Mene, Secretary-General of the AfCFTA, provide critical insight on the progress that their initiatives have made to strengthen African unity and economic progress.
On October 1st 2020, Nigeria celebrates its 60th anniversary since independence and, as it looks back at its triumphant journey to becoming Africa’s largest economy, it also looks positively ahead to the promise of increased prosperity and growth.
Coinciding with the nation’s 30th independence celebration, H.E. Dr Hage G. Geingob was sworn in for his second term as Namibia’s third President in March 2020 confirming Namibia’s ranking as one of the most politically stable countries in the continent.