Recently, Higher Educational Institutions (such as AkU) have been working in close relationships with industrial sectors and offices to know the current business trends and to supply them with the expected manpower demanded. In this context, Aksum University has designed its curriculum based on the demands of the market place, emphasizing the importance of a well trained work force. Aksum University is one among the newly established 13 Universities in the country. This year AkU will graduate the fifth batch of Tourism and Hotel Management (College of Business and Management)students . The University, having been ranked first among all the 13 new ones, would like to further improve its performance in the near future with regards to the quality of its education.
By 2005 South Sudan became an attractive country for investment in the region. People from all over the world were coming seeking for investment opportunities as the country was about to fully take control of its oil resources which make up of 98% of her income. Juba City was the center of these activities. In less than two years the number of economic immigrates from Kenya, Uganda, Ethopia, Rwanda, Sudan as well as from Eritrea grown significant. Kenyan took control of banking sector, Eritrean and Ethiopian took a lead in Hotel and Road construction as well as in general trade in the country. While Uganda took over food and Vehicle supply. Somalian controlled Fuel supply to the country. This book is attempting to discuss opportunities and challenges facing investment in the Republic of South Sudan. It explores the role of government in creation of friendly or negative environment for investors. Juba City has two main functions, one it is the national capital of the youngest country in the world and secondly, it is the capital city of Jabek State, the successor of Central Equatorial State which has a very influential position as far as investment is concern.
Welcome to Kyrzbekistan, winner of Most Corrupt Country 2011 and 2012. A place where anyone can be happy - as long they aren't poor, ill, foreign, a pedestrian, or in any way interested in the truth. A country that takes fake news and false promises to new levels. Expelled from school, Ellis Dau has been forced to help his father out at the Chronicle, the last bastion of free speech in this strange world. But when the country's power supply fails and dark voices threaten the Chronicle's future, Ellis finds himself in an unlikely fight for freedom. 'I loved this rollercoaster of a ride into a corrupt, fictitious country that feels only too hideously real' Deborah Moggach, author of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel