Mentorship Challenge hosted by Marc Wainer, unpacks the notion of mentorship, matching mentors and mentees in a remarkable partnership. On this episode Marc Wainer speaks to Magnus Heystek, Investment Strategists & Director at Brenthurst Wealth and Entrepreneur Ntando Kubheka.
Download logoCOVID-19 Situational Update as of Today Total laboratory test conducted 106,615 Laboratory tests conducted within 24 hours 5,034 Number of confirmed cases within 24 hours 95 Total patients of COVID-19 in the treatment centers 845 Patients in intensive care 5 Newly recovered 11 Total recovered
Coronavirus – Africa: International Organization for Migration (IOM), European Union (EU) Bolster Response to Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Returning Migrants Across West and...
The suspension of “non-essential activities” to limit the spread of COVID-19 in West and Central Africa has had a heavy socio-economic impact on some 34,000 returning migrants. Many already have set up microbusinesses as part of their reintegration assistance under the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration. To measure the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on returning migrants assisted by the International Organization for Migr
Download logoThe Federal Government has expressed concern over the rate of deaths from COVID-19 which are associated with other ailments such as hypertension, diabetes, HIV and other diseases. This was made known by the Honourable Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 Press Briefing on Thursday, 28th of May, 2020. Dr. Osagie Ehanire said: “We have sadly recorded 254 deaths, most of the persons associated with other ailments; whereas, most
Coronavirus – Kenya: COVID-19 numbers go up as government intensify testing Nairobi, Friday May 29, 2020
Download logoKenya has recorded 127 positive cases of COVID 19, out of 3,831 samples tested in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of positive cases to 1745. These cases are spread in Nairobi (76), Mombasa (19), Busia (16), Uasin Gishu (8), Kiambu (2), Kajiado (5) and Isiolo (1). The announcement was made by the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS), Health, Dr. Mercy Mwangangi who said the high numbers are as a result of the increase in the sample size and al
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