Ghana’s Ministry of Health wants to digitise records in all of Ghana’s public and (religious) mission-owned hospitals and clinics and thus make paper folders for patients a thing of the past. The idea is good, and the plan itself is …Continue reading
One of the major barriers hampering universal electrification in sub-Saharan Africa is the fact that national utility companies often find little incentive to extend the national grid to rural areas since it’s financially unfeasible. Indeed, expanding the grid to these …Continue reading
The announcement of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) was met with great optimism and hope for the continent by Africans and the rest of the world. According to the World Bank figures, AfCFTA will connect over 1.3 …Continue reading
According to the report published by the World Bank, which ranks the world’s economies Doing Business (2020) according to the ease of doing business, Cameroon ranked 167th out of 190 economies, a loss of one place compared to 2019. …Continue reading
President Ramaphosa recently announced that the Transnet National Ports Authority will become an independent subsidiary of Transnet, and will be wholly owned by it. But more still needs to be done.
Ramaphosa said that making the Authority independent “will create …Continue reading
About 85 million Nigerians do not have access to electricity from the national grid. This represents 43% of the entire population and makes Nigeria the country with the highest energy access deficit in the world. Although the situation is slightly …Continue reading