Amadou Diallo grew up in a poor family in Senegal; today he’s CEO of DHL Freight. He’s one of the few African immigrants to become head of a major German company. He finds it a shame that so many Africans in Germany end up driving taxis or cleaning.
Amadou Diallo grew in a poor family in Senegal and is now CEO of the delivery company, DHL Freight, which is experimenting with green ideas. Nneota Egbe meets him.
In Africa only seven of 54 countries have a whistleblower protection law on the books. DW talked to Mark Worth of the Platform for the Protection of Whistleblowers in Africa about the dangers whistleblowers face.
Young people of African descent in Germany say they lack role models for professional careers. They place the blame on the absence of specialist, cross-cultural networking platforms in Europe's biggest economy.
The Senegalese albino association is calling on the government to set up a sunscreen factory to improve their health. People with albinism are at risk of skin cancer due to inadequate protection from the sun rays.
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