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A solar-powered system can turn salt water into fresh drinking water for 25,000 people per day. It could help address the world’s looming water...

People have been trying to turn seawater into drinking water for thousands of years, but the process is not usually energy-efficient or affordable. At a newly constructed facility in Kenya, however, a nonprofit called GivePower is tackling that challenge using solar power. The desalination system, which started operating in the coastal area of Kiunga in July 2018, can create 19,800 gallons (75,000 liters) of fresh drinking water each day enough for 25,000 people.

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Why Your Health Is the Key to Your Success in Business

Be honest: Are you working at your absolute peak? Just look at The Rock. Sure he's charismatic and a strong actor, but how does he fly across the world to record back-to-back films with barely a moment to rest? It's because he's in incredible shape. The Rock gets the most out of his acting chops because he obsesses over his health.

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Huawei begins 6G research at its Canadian R&D Centre

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This 25-Year Old Turned Down $4.4M and Now Her Company is Valued at $7.3M

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Hanna Tetteh, Amina Mohammed, Angelique Kidjo listed among Avance Media’s 2019 100 Most Influential African Women

Leading African Rating and PR firm, Avance Media has announced its inaugural list of 100 Most Influential African Women,...

Meet the Black Lawyer Who Refuses to Cut His Locks to Make His Colleagues Feel Better

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A solar-powered system can turn salt water into fresh drinking water for 25,000 people per day. It could help address the world’s looming water...

People have been trying to turn seawater into drinking water for thousands of years, but the process is not usually energy-efficient or affordable. At a newly constructed facility in Kenya, however, a nonprofit called GivePower is tackling that challenge using solar power. The desalination system, which started operating in the coastal area of Kiunga in July 2018, can create 19,800 gallons (75,000 liters) of fresh drinking water each day enough for 25,000 people.

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Meet the Black Lawyer Who Refuses to Cut His Locks to Make His Colleagues Feel Better

Marcus Shute Jr., a 34-year old lawyer from Nashville,...

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The Artistic Mind of a Criminal

I used to have a client who is a professor when it comes to art, paintings and antiques. He paints one portrait and makes millions out of it and that really fascinated me so much that I started doing some research into the Art, paintings and antiques industry. I discovered that the painting industry in Ghana is very small and young but elsewhere in the world, it is a huge industry which contributes significantly to the economy of these countries. The USA economy in 2014 and 2015 benefited US$730 billion and US$763.6 billion respectively from the Art, Paintings and Antiques sector(1). US$12 billion (£9.2 billion) was contributed to the UK GDP in 2016 from the Art and Painting sector(2) with Singapore’s Art and Painting contributing S$2.13 billion to the GDP in 2013(3).

Money Mules!… Don’t be a Victim

Can I use your bank account details to receive my salary or money from a friend? Can I use your accounts details to transfer money abroad? Can we use your private (personal) account details for a business transaction? I believe we are familiar with these questions and have even been victims in the past before? If yes, then you might have been a money mule and could have been jailed for helping to launder money for a criminal. Global mule networks form the primary way to siphon proceeds of crime money through the banking ecosystem in an attempt to avoid detection and capture.

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Huawei begins 6G research at its Canadian R&D Centre

According to available reports, Huawei is working with over 13 universities and research institutes...

It’s official: Samsung Galaxy Note10 announcement set for August 7

Last month we came across a report which claimed that Samsung would unveil the Galaxy Note10...

Apple Unveils Faster, More Private iOS 13 With Dark Mode

Another year, another jam-packed new iOS release from Apple. The upcoming version of Apple's mobile...

Israeli Court Rules Bitcoin Is an Asset in Feud Over Tax Payment

An Israeli court has ruled that bitcoin is an asset and not a currency, and thus subject to capital gains tax (CGT). The Central District Court made the ruling in a case involving a blockchain startup founder and the Israel Tax Authority, which ultimately won the decision, Globes reported Tuesday.

Game Changers

She Provides Support for Students to Excel in their studies, Meet Rhoda Agilinko, Executive Director for Homeland Ghana

Born in Ghana but having spent more than half of her entire life in the United Kingdom, Rhoda Agilinko is helping young students in the northern part of Ghana to be able to achieve success in their studies. This week on Game Changers, we are looking at the life of this young beautiful and kind hearted lady. I believe you will be inspired.

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Women in Corporate Boards: Shattering the glass ceiling of African companies

On the first day of the 7th edition of the AFRICA CEO FORUM taking place in Kigali, distinguished female speakers discussed ways of breaking barriers that are limiting the number of women counterparts on the corporate boards of African companies.

4 Ways to Bring Mentorship to Life at Your Company

Mentors and mentees alike agree that mentorship is an effective way to learn. So why, according to the Association for Talent Development, do just 29 percent of workers have access to a formal mentoring program?

Balance for Better: 5 Most Inspiring Ghanaian Female Business Leaders

As we celebrate women from across the world for their individual and collective contributions and accomplishments, one thing that stands tall is the emergence of women leaders in various sectors such as business, governance, politics, entertainment and media across Africa.With the global theme for 2019 as Balance for Better, it is prudent we get to celebrate & learn from the lives of African women who have achieved outstanding milestones in their careers and have become a beacon of hope and role models for the next generation.From humble beginnings in the Banking, Technology, Mining & Taxation sectors, these women have established a sterling career which affords them the opportunity to lead various multinational organisations in discharging exceptional results with a remarkable combined working experience which sums up to about 100 years.

How to Hire Someone with a Growth Mindset

The growth mindset theory was brought to prominence by Carol Dweck, a Stanford psychology professor, and in simple terms it suggests that “we can grow our brain’s capacity to learn and to solve problems”.Rather than labeling people as smart or not, musical or not, good at math or not, talented or not, and so on, Dweck argues that with effort we can learn how to improve in every area.

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A solar-powered system can turn salt water into fresh drinking water for 25,000 people per day. It could help address the world’s looming water...

People have been trying to turn seawater into drinking water for thousands of years, but the process is not usually energy-efficient or affordable. At a newly constructed facility in Kenya, however, a nonprofit called GivePower is tackling that challenge using solar power. The desalination system, which started operating in the coastal area of Kiunga in July 2018, can create 19,800 gallons (75,000 liters) of fresh drinking water each day enough for 25,000 people.

Renewable energy can generate billions of dollars in health benefits, study finds

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