41% of Working Women Are Single
30 August 2019 | 9:15 am
Single women are taking over the workforce. Research by Morgan Stanley found that, in 2018, 41% of working women ages 25 to 44 were single.
27 Dec 2018
John Sfakianakis, director of economic research at the Gulf Research Center, discusses oil supply, demand and prices.
21 Apr 2019
Bob O'Donnell, president at TECHnalysis Research, talks about Netflix Inc.'s results and outlook. Netflix delivered a disappointing forecast for the current quarter, with growth in the U.S. slowing to a near-trickle.
10 May 2019
Marci Ryvicker, Wolfe Research managing director, discusses Disney second-quarter earnings and her outlook for the company.
2 Sep 2019
A panel session at the ongoing 59th Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association focused on space law, exploration and research in Nigeria and the benefit it presents to the country. To discuss his takeaways from the panel session Bart Nnaji, Chairman and CEO of Geometric Power and former Minister of Power in Nigeria joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
21 Nov 2019
Life as a prostitute: Author Emma Becker on working in a brothel to research novel
7 Dec 2019
She's one of the most respected scientists living and working in Africa today. Dr Tebello Nyokong has been awarded South Africa's highest honour, and has received accolades from the African Union and UNESCO for her research into photodynamic therapy and how it can be used to kill cancerous cells without harming any healthy ones. She spoke to us from Johannesburg for Perspective.
8 Feb 2020
Pharmaceuticals are often developed over a long period of time, and can sometimes deliver unexpected effects — as with aspirin and Viagra. Researchers have now used a drug database to discover new anti-cancer substances.
8 Mar 2020
A new HIV treatment, injected every eight weeks, is supposed to reduce stigma and discrimination in Uganda. The drug could be a breakthrough for all those infected — if African leaders are ready to invest.
3 Apr 2020
Genomics research company 54Gene's COVID-19 testing support fund was launched today to increase Nigeria's daily testing capacity. The firm opened the fund with a donation of $150 thousand and has since received an additional $350 thousand from Union Bank. CEO of 54 Gene Abasi Ene-Obong joins CNBC Africa for more.
13 Apr 2020
Coronavirus lockdowns have been touted on social media as helping to fight climate change. But in the Arctic Circle the virus is disrupting climate science. It could leave important gaps in our understanding.
25 May 2020
As the world continues to deal with the effects and impact of several labs and scientists are racing to develop vaccines and drugs for the cure of the novel disease. At the moment, the World Health Organization (WHO) is yet to approve any vaccine or drug for COVID-19, but different investigatory treatments and drugs are being subjected to trials. Here the are top 10 under investigation.
7 Jun 2020
The Lancet paper that halted global trials of hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 because of fears of increased deaths has been retracted after a Guardian investigation found inconsistencies in the data.
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After suffering racism while fleeing the war in Ukraine, many Africans say they are now experiencing further discrimination in Germany.
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A Nigerian project is turning looted works of African art into non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, in a form of "alternative repatriation".
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It is now less than 12 months to the 2023 general election, and different politicians have indicated interest to pilot the affairs of Nigeria. Both inter and intra-party politics have begun to take place within the parties. GuardianTV went out to speak with a cross-section of Nigerians and this is what they have to say about the President they want in 2023.
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Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is in Niger, continuing a three-country tour of Africa. One of the main motivations is that Germany is interested in new sources of energy. We get analysis from Dr. Douglas Yates of the American Graduate School in Paris. Also, as Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is sworn in as president of Somalia, we take a look at the challenges ahead for him. Elsewhere, it's been a year since the explosion of Mount Nyiragongo near Goma in eastern DR Congo, with many still homeless as a result.
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Austria is dropping its mask wearing mandate for the time being — but expects the measure to be reintroduced after the summer. Swedish officials are also preparing for a new infection spike in autumn. Follow DW for more.