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    👍|Facebook Launches ‘LeadHERs: Life Lessons from …

    As part of its celebration around International Women’s Month, Facebook has announced the launch of ‘LeadHERs: Life Lessons From African Women’, a collection of beautifully inspired stories & life advice from 19 women who are breaking boundaries in fields such as media, entertainment, politics, education and business. Available for free in digital and physical formats, the book provides inspirational real-life stories for future generations and young leaders. Each chapter focuses on a personal experience and life lesson around how these women have navigated their path to success, alongside the…

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    📱|Google pledges $25m to advance girls, women emp…

    Nonprofits and social enterprises creating pathways to prosperity for women and girls in Africa can apply to get part of a $25 million grant by Google, announced today in celebration of the International Women’s Day. With women noted to be bearing disproportional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic through job losses, and millions of girls not likely to return to school, the initiative will seek to even out some of the odds stacked against women and girls across the continent. Grantees, to be announced later this year, are eligible to receive funding ranging from $300,000 to $2 million. Selected …

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    👍|‘Life Lessons From African Women’ – a Book Spot…

    As part of its celebration around International Women’s Month, Facebook announced the launch of ‘LeadHERs: Life Lessons From African Women’, a collection of beautifully inspired stories & life advice from 19 women who are breaking boundaries in fields such as media, entertainment, politics, education and business. Available for free in digital and physical formats, the book provides inspirational real-life stories for future generations and young leaders. Each chapter focuses on a personal experience and life lesson around how these women have navigated their path to success, alongside the cha…

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    📱|After many threats, Google begins paying for ne…

    In January, Google threatened to make its search engine unavailable in Australia if the government approved legislation that would force tech companies to pay for journalism shared on their platforms. The government went ahead with its plans anyway but Google has now blinked first. Australia’s novel legislation is expected to pass before the end of February and Google is trying to blunt the impact by striking deals of its own with media companies, according to a New York Times report. Some of the deals negotiated are worth tens of millions of dollars a year including one with Australian media …

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    👍|Facebook Libra is coming

    After nearly a year of back and forth with regulators in developed markets, the Libra project by Facebook and its partners may become reality early next year.

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    👍|Ingressive For Good, Facebook partnership to em…

    Ingressive For Good (I4G) has unveiled a digital skills training programme in partnership with Facebook to help African youth leverage digital tools to move their brands and career forward.The I4G Facebook programme covers topics on brand storytelling, community building, advertising, audience discovery, and using digital tools (Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc.) to promote yourself and advance in your career.The training is designed for those interested in developing their digital skills for personal or professional reasons. It includes African youths interested in a digital marketing, tech…

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    📱|Google partners Nigerian Tourism Development Co…

    The tourism and hospitality industry has been one of the worst hit in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Google has now announced a partnership with the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) to help the Nigerian tourism sector recover and grow following the pandemic.The partnership will among other things, culminate in a training for small businesses, digital skills initiatives for individuals and the launch of a new Google Arts & Culture collection called ‘Tour Nigeria’.Google Arts & Culture, according to a press statement, has worked with the NTDC over a number of months to cre…