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How to Make Money From Home Without Taking Off Your PJs

If only people regarded working from home and staying indoors for an extended period of time as socially acceptable. Oh wait — they do! As of now, our reality specifically caters to this exact fate. And while the circumstances that brought us into the daydream of an introvert should have arrived under less deadly terms,…

Deal or no deal: how life will look for key industries...

The scene is set for a showdown, and the future of the UK economy is at stake. Will Britain secure a free trade deal with the EU? Or will the prime minister choose to sail into uncharted waters, not only stepping outside the single market and customs union, as the UK will be even under…

BUA donates 3 ambulances, 50,000 face masks to Gombe

File photo: Abdul Samad Rabiu, Founder and Chairman of BUA Group. In its continued effort to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria, one of Africa’s leading foods and infrastructure conglomerates, BUA Group, has donated three fully-equipped ambulances and 50,000 reusable face masks to the Gombe State government. This is coming just as…

COVID-19: Africa’s economy shrinks by 3.4%, says AfDB

Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, AfDB President. By Jimoh Babatunde The President of African Development Bank, AfDB, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has said Africa’s economic growth this year will decline by 3.4%, because of the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. While noting that these are tough times for bankers, Adesina said times like this need audacious leadership. He…

‘It doesn’t make sense’: frustration in north-east England at new Covid...

With even the prime minister getting confused about the new lockdown rules in north-east England, many people living in the region have expressed frustration that the response to rising Covid-19 cases just doesn’t seem to “make sense”. From Wednesday, people in Durham, Gateshead, Newcastle, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland will be subjected to…

Covid-19: what are UK students’ rights over accommodation and courses?

As university terms get under way around the UK, students are facing a new academic year like no other. Some have been locked down in halls, others have learned that their lessons will be online-only for the next two weeks. It seems likely that the picture will continue to change over the coming weeks as…

Yoghurt firm offers wholesome nourishment to consumers

By Moses Nosike Consumers are increasingly seeking for products that will meet their health and wellness needs, especially during this pandemic. Beyond being a refreshing dairy beverage, Hollandia Yoghurt has, since inception in 2005 been at the forefront of providing wholesome nutrition and nourishing goodness, and driving consumer awareness of the health benefits of yoghurt.…

The best tech for students – from laptops to note-taking tools

It’s that time of year again when students are gearing up to go to university. But this time, it’s under very different circumstances – which makes having the right equipment even more important. From laptops and phones to headphones and note-taking tools, here’s a guide to some of the tech that might help improve your…

Coca-Cola builds plastic recycling hubs to promote economic inclusion

Coca-Cola to use river water for production in India By Princewill Ekwujuru The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) said it is providing grant to the Initiative for the Advancement of Waste Management in Africa (W.A.S.T.E AFRICA), in order to promote waste as a valuable currency for social good and economic inclusion. To this end, the Initiative will…

BTec students may wait more than a week for delayed results

The body that awards BTecs has said students will now get their results as late as Friday next week, after pulling the original results that were due on Thursday amid doubts over the flawed algorithm used to decide grades. Around half a million students were informed less than 24 hours before their grades were due…

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