Néné Maïga becomes Orange Botswana new CEO

Posted by - September 6, 2021

Orange Botswana has appointed Nene Maïga as the new Chief Executive Officer of the company,effective from September 1,2021. The arrival of Maïga was confirmed by the Orange Botswana Board of Directors. The globally present company said they were also celebrating strategic leadership succession of the business. “The outgoing CEO, Dr. Patrick Benon left after 6

AngloGold Ashanti appoints Alberto Calderon as new CEO

Posted by - July 6, 2021

Mining giant, AngloGold Ashanti has appointed Alberto Calderon, as its new Chief Executive Officer, almost a year since the unexpected exit of Kelvin Dushnisky. A Colombian who is the former head of Cerrejón, another Colombian firm and the largest coal-mining operations in the world, will start his new role in September this year. Mr. Calderon

Championing the gender diversity agenda – Vodafone Ghana leads the way

Posted by - March 23, 2021

Vodafone Ghana has once again proven to be a pacesetter in achieving and sustaining gender diversity and equality. The telecommunications giant recognises the competence and unique contribution of women and is fully committed to the cause of ensuring equal opportunity, empowerment and adequate representation of women in all sectors of national endeavour. With a senior

MTN Announces 37.2 Million NIN Enrolment

Posted by - March 4, 2021

MTN Nigeria said it has enrolled 37.2 million National Identification Numbers (NINs) for its subscribers in the ongoing exercise of linking the number with the Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) card. The federal government had as at February 1, 2021, put the total figure of NINs received by all mobile network operators, at 56.18 million, up

Build organizational culture – HR Consultant advises

Posted by - March 3, 2021

Human Resource Consultant, Dr Esi Ansah is urging business managers to deliberately build organizational culture to achieve productivity, since the covid-19 pandemic has changed the dynamics of work. The advent of the covid-19 pandemic has compelled companies to either downsize or allow their employees to work from home to ensure less physical contact. According to

Tarsus Technology Group announces appointment of CEO

Posted by - February 22, 2021

Anton Herbst has been appointed new CEO of Tarsus Technology Group (TTG) with effect from 1 March 2021. Herbst replaces Miles Crisp, who resigned earlier this month to pursue new interests. He brings to the role more than two decades of leadership experience in the ICT distribution industry, starting his career at TTG 20 years

Aker Energy names Kadijah Amoah as CEO

Posted by - February 3, 2021

Aker Energy AS announces the promotion of Kadijah Amoah as CEO of Aker Energy Ghana Limited, effective January 4, 2021. Mrs. Amoah has held the position of Country Director. Commenting on the appointment,Håvard Garseth, CEO of Aker Energy AS said that:“This sends a strong signal that Aker Energy is committed to become a fully Ghanaian

Promasidor Nigeria names Bruno Gruwez as new CEO

Posted by - January 26, 2021

Promasidor Nigeria Limited has appointed Bruno Gruwez as its Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 2021. Bruno succeeds Anders Einarsson, who will assume regional responsibilities within the Promasidor Group. Bruno joined Promasidor from PepsiCo, where he was Senior Director (Food Categories), Sub-Saharan Africa. Before the position, he was Senior Commercial Director for PepsiCo South Africa.

Infinidat names new CEO, CFO

Posted by - January 8, 2021

Infinidat, a provider of enterprise-class storage solutions, has announced the appointment of Phil Bullinger as CEO, and Alon Rozenshein as CFO. Bullinger will join the Infinidat executive team following a three-decade career in enterprise storage, most recently as senior VP and general manager of the Data Center Business Unit for Western Digital. Rozenshein brings over

Nigeria is Bitcoin Leader in Africa, Says Paxful

Posted by - December 29, 2020

Recent data from Paxful has revealed that Nigeria leads Africa in peer-to-peer trading in bitcoin, posting monthly volumes of over $66 million in 2020. According to a report, the country is closely followed by Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa respectively. With over 620,000 active Nigerian users on its platform, Paxful in the report disclosed that