How COVID-19 has impacted the progress of Dangote Refinery
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, work is still on-going at the 650 000 barrels per day Dangote Refinery, which is expected to be commissioned in January next year. The company’s Group Executive Director Devakumar Edwin joins CNBC Africa to share some insight on the progress.
Generation Z: meet the youngsters getting creative vs COVID-19
For Generation Z, in their teens and early 20s, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a defining experience. While it has forced many to delay life plans, such as work, education and travel, youngsters around the world have come up with inventive ways to fight the virus and help their local communities.
Coronavirus pandemic changes eating habits in Germany
Working from home and closed restaurants have changed some people's cooking and eating habits — especially when it comes to meat. Could this have a lasting impact on food production and consumption?
Work from home... forever?
Would you work from home forever? When's the next time you'll catch a plane to go on vacation? Would a Covid-19 vaccine even work?
COVID-19 Lockdown: Life returns to Lagos
Lagos, after being locked down for weeks, practically bounced back to life on Monday after the government eased its stay-at-home order with a less restrictive directive demanding residents to observe social distancing and sport facemasks in public places. GuardianTV went around Lagos to observe the level of compliance.
Global COVID-19 cases over 2.8million as Africa records 9,106 recoveries, Fear grips Kano metropolis
Here is why you should pick a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Monday.
Cardi B's visit causes uproar as Toke Makinwa and Yomi Black fight dirty on Twitter
On Monday, December 9, Toke Makinwa and Yomi Black had a go at each other after the latter reshared a post from Soji Ogunnaike questioning the source of the former source of wealth.
World Humanitarian Day: UN, others honour aid workers across the world
The United Nations and other agencies in Nigeria involved in humanitarian work marked the humanitarian day in honour of aid workers all over the world. The day was also specifically dedicated to aid workers who died in the course of duty.
Workers of the world face multiple challenges, says new report
As you might expect, there are big differences between the working conditions faced in El Salvador and Germany. Yet there are many common problems as well, says a new report on global working conditions.