There happen to be some rather strange practices that are laws in a country that forbid couples from holding hands in public. Banning black cars, preventing dirty vehicles from entering its capital city, and banning women from fixing lashes and nails, talk less of cosmetic surgery. You'd be wrong to assume this country is North Korea. This is the story of Turkmenistan's weird way of life and culture.
Some 1.3 million civil servants are due to retire by 2030. Unions say the government will need to hike pay and improve working conditions to recruit new workers.
In the latest installment of Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian talk about Federal character and nation-building under the current administration.
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the 'The Student Loans' (Part 2). Beyond the student loans. The Nigerian University system needs more than student loans.
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the 'The Student Loan'. Beyond the student loan. The Nigerian University system needs more than the student loan.
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the race to become the next Nigeria Senate President and Speaker House of Assembly. And its consequences if Nigeria gets it wrong next Tuesday.
From May 29, 2023, our nation’s eyes once again turned toward public leadership for a new direction and meaning. And so as most governments, especially in the last 24 years have appeared to us as unprepared for governance, we need to encourage the new administration in Abuja and 28 states to begin to manage priorities in the public sector as if it were in the organised private sector
A new opinion poll has found that over half of the Japanese population is of the opinion that the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) should not become involved in fighting if China invades Taiwan.
The British monarch has asked for profits worth 1 billion pounds from his windfarms to be used to address the cost of living crisis rather than the activities of the royal family.