Sports 

Ghana Football Association neglected Jerry Akaminko after injury setback

Former Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng claims the Ghana Football Association have neglected his former teammate Jerry Ankaminko. Akaminko is currently with Indonesian side Persik Kediri after sometime out due to an injury he sustained whiles in action for Ghana. The 32-year-old picked up an injury in a friendly against the Netherlands prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, a situation which saw him miss a chance of making a dream World Cup appearance as a footballer. He was able to recover along the line but struggled to find his feet.…

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Fintech Information Services Startups Technology 

Computer Science – The best thing to study for a high starting salary in South Africa

Research by Analytico found that Computer Science graduates received the best starting salaries in South Africa. For the research, Analytico surveyed 25,604 bachelor degree graduates and compared their starting salaries. The goal of the study is to help high school students who are deciding on which degree to pursue at university. “Although completing of a degree makes an individual more desirable in the open labour market, often the wrong selection of major subjects in university could lead to long periods of unemployment and lower starting salaries,” said Analytico. However, it…

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Management Mining 

Zambian Kalumbila Minerals Ltd awards a 6.5 percent salary increment

THE labour movement has commended Kalumbila Minerals Ltd (KML) management and employees for successfully concluding salary negotiations leading to a pay rise. KML General Manager Morris Rowe has pledged to “always honour the documents that are signed with mineworkers’ unions.” KML has awarded a 6.5 per cent salary increment across the board for 2020 to its employees, a year after work stoppage disrupted operations in January last year. This follows the successful conclusion of salary negotiations with three mine unions namely NUMAW, Mineworkers Union of Zambia (MUZ) and United Mine…

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