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The role of Human Capital Management in the new world of work

Opinion By Ronnie Toerien, Oracle The world of work has been changing for some time, particularly over the last decade as emerging technologies equipped enterprises with the tools to operate with greater efficiency, innovate and explore a new potential. However, unprecedented events in 2020, have accelerated this transformation at an unimaginable pace. With mandates to Read more

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2023 in the eye of COVID-19

Opinion By abiodun KOMOLAFE Experts have predicted that COVID-19 may remain a crisis much longer than 2022, with “up to 70% of the world’s population” becoming infected. Amid this mess, elections are billed to hold in Nigeria in 2023, in line with constitutional provisions.  If, in the worst-case scenario, COVID-19 subsists beyond 2022, what then does the future hold for dear country?  The more reason Nigeria’s politicians, as at today, should worry about how Read more

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Again, a thought for Leah Sharibu

Had Leah been the president’s daughter, would the Nigerian State have treated her that way? Opinion By abiodun KOMOLAFE Thursday, May 14, 2020, will mark Leah Sharibu’s 17th year of existence on earth. By that day, she will also have gone deeper into her 3rd year as a captive in Boko Haram’s custody, ministering to the needs of the terrorists in unfamiliar desert terrain.  Lest Read more

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The pandemic and the country’s future

Opinion The same problem that was identified before the civil war in Nigeria is still here with us today, decades after… By abiodun KOMOLAFE Nigeria’s decision to ‘unwind’ the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in the capital, Abuja, Lagos and Ogun States refers.   As we strive to “balance the need to protect health while also preserving livelihoods”, can we Read more

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COVID-19 pandemic and the days that follow!

By Abiodun KOMOLAFE “Lockdown has immediate ramifications for individuals who live on a hand-to-mouth basis, and for the networks of their dependents. If people cannot eat, they will not obey a lockdown, nor is there any reason, practical or moral, for them to do so.”  – Alex Broadbent, ‘Lockdown is wrong for Africa.’ Once again, the lockdown in parts Read more

China must pay reparations to Africa
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China must pay reparations to Africa for its coronavirus failures

By Obiageli Ezekwesili The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a severe injury to Africa’s development prospects and worsened the conditions of its poor and vulnerable. Although there are calls for voluntary international aid to support the continent during this difficult time, this is far from the best solution. The continent must be accorded damages and liability Read more