Discussion around gender are always important for African Development Bank (AfDB), as no development conversation should be led without integrating the needs of women. That is according to Vanessa Moungar, Director for Gender, Women and Civil Society at AfDB. She joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor.
Yesterday a popular beer brand in Rwanda had to apologise and halt production of their labelling after being called out on Twitter. The company's #livelaughlager campaign featured sexist jokes on their products and advertising and was met with outrage from men and women online, including the Rwandan Minister of Gender, Solina Nyirahabimana. The illustrator of the cartoons was the first to apologise and distance himself from the campaign, but how can brands and individuals avoid this sort of marketing blunder and ensure that their communication is in line with their values and the values of the society? Lucy Schalkwijk, Founder of Career Women's Network Kigali (CWNK) joins CNBC Africa for more.
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The slowdown is partly due to chronic imbalances in salaries and labour force participation.
The S.African has dominated the event this season as well as speculation that she could take down Czech Jarmila Kratochvilo's 1983 record.