How A CSR Pilot Program Became A Key Business Imperative At Tyson Foods

As the largest protein company in the U.S., Tyson Foods employs more than 122,000 people. Most of them are front-line workers in our plants and many are immigrants or new Americans. In fact, at some of our plant locations, up to 40 or 50 different countries may be represented under one roof. Language and cultural barriers, along […]

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2019: Despite Mobilising Votes and Campaigning For PMB, APC Dumps Kenneth Okonkwo

The Enugu chapter of All Progressive Congress, APC, has screened out Nollywood veteran actor, Kenneth Okonkwo. Okonkwo who is vying to govern the people of Enugu State under APC was screened out during the party’s aspirants screening exercise yesterday night. The development has caused stir on social media as some Nigerians remembered his statement which he said the Southeast […]

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Why Namibians Want Fresh Impetus Behind Land Reform

Twenty-eight years after independence, wealth in Namibia is still skewed along racial lines laid down in the colonial period. The level of inequality is one of the highest in the world, according to the World Bank. Land distribution plays a big part in keeping this pattern of inequality in place, and the country is holding its Second […]

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The Best U.S. Cities to Visit This Fall for Foliage, Food, and Fun

  George Rose/Getty Images CAILEY RIZZO There’s a lot that goes into making the perfect fall destination. Not only does it need fantastic displays of leaves (in all colors: red, orange and yellow), there needs to be a thriving apres-leaf scene. A glass of local wine, apple cider, a roaring fireplace and a good meal round out […]

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Pope seeks prayer to save church from “attack by the devil”

Pope Francis asked for daily prayers to protect the Catholic Church from what he says are “attacks by the devil,” in his latest response to the clerical sex abuse and cover-up scandal roiling his papacy. A Vatican statement on Saturday appeared to be an indirect response to accusations that Francis himself, and a string of […]

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The World’s major powers must not ignore Cameroon anglophone crisis

Cameroon’s Anglophone region is rapidly becoming a no-go zone. Thousands of residents fled to the country’s French speaking cities of Douala, Yaoundé, and Bafoussam, during August and September, anticipating more bloodshed before the country’s October presidential elections. English-speaking Cameroon makes up roughly 20%of the country’s 24.8 million people. It has been nearly three years since the Anglophone crisis began. […]

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A level headed approach when it comes to kids and discipline

The quickest way to turn our house into a battle­ground of tears and raised voices is to turn off the television. Armageddon commences should you dare to press the off button in the middle of an episode of my daughters’ favourite show for something as trivial as eating dinner or doing homework. Once the tantrums […]

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