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Worth Noting: It said, “The shortage of heavy goods vehicle (HGV) drivers is a widespread problem affecting the UK, European countries and the USA. It’s caused by a range of factors including Covid 19 pandemic and an ageing workforce.” It did not mention poor working conditions, low pay and lack of interest from Britons to …

Worth Noting: “Together, we started and spearheaded the need to have the very first ever African-CARICOM Summit that was supposed to be held on the sidelines of CHOGM last year. Unfortunately due to Covid, we were not able to do so. “But again banking on the resilience of our two countries, we still managed this …

Worth Noting: Richard Burnett, Chief Executive of the Road Haulage Association, told journalists that the UK is short of 100,000 HGV drivers. Critics say the situation has been worsened by Britain’s exit from the European Union and Covid-19 pandemic. Brexit drove away many Europeans from the UK, leaving a glaring void in the labour market. …

The government of Uganda through the office of prime minister  in partnership with the United Nations in Uganda launched the new National SDGS road map 2021/21-2025/25. In order to achieve the maximum return, the local government has to be key actor in  its implementation for all people to benefit. The program has to be localized …

Worth Noting: The youth make up the nearly over 75% of the world’s largest population and life spanned to live longer than the people taking decisions now. The young people are important because they are the present and shape the future. Today they might be our partners, tomorrow they will go on to become leaders. …

Having hosted the Eustonian president, it poses a great challenge to Kenyans that gender inequality is still a big issue in Kenya. Most Kenyans were surprised that the president is female. The mentality of men making the best leaders is still very dominant. But can we really judge leadership capability based on gender? In our …

By: Our Reporter Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development, Hon. Betty Maina, held virtual consultations today with the US Trade Representative, Ambassador Katherine Tai, in which they underlined the importance of a deepening trade engagement in a manner that promotes the interests of the two countries. Amb. Tai observed that the US …

By: Twongirwe Ireen Worth Noting: This will help in improving the economy through poverty eradication, promoting clean energy will also mitigate the effects of climate change, solar energy is also an alternative which can replace current fossil fuels like coal and gas as the generation of electricity that produce water, air and land pollution, solar …

Worth Noting: There is a need to study the model very carefully by communities both at National and at the parish level. This will focus on what are the benefits of the model to both local people and the National leaders, objectives of the model, how they can be achieved, there is also a need …

By: Min of Finance DRC The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) is eager to engage in business with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) through a win-win partnership with the Congolese Government. For this reason, its Managing Director, Dr. Sidi OULD TAH signed on Thursday 17th June 2021 with the Minister of …