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Securing new headquarters at South Africa’s most sought after...
Five shifts set to shape the future of media industry across Africa
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Niger Renaissance Programme presented at Economy series in New York
Mahamadou Issoufou, Niger President and his delegation met with...
Africa nominates Zimbabwe Tourism Minister for UN – WTO Secretary General position
African nations have nominated a Zimbabwean, Dr Walter Mzembi, as...
SAP Africa Code Week unlocks Africa’s future
Over the next two weeks Nigeria will play host...
Standard OPIC and Wells Fargo sign $300 million deal for infrastructure pojects in Af
Standard Bank of South Africa (SBSA), the Overseas Private...
Over 100 South African online retailers join Visa Checkout
Visa, a global payments technology company has announced that...
Top 40 African Bankers discuss collaboration in Mauritius
The Mauritius Commercial Bank Group (MCB) (MCBAFT.com) hosts 40...
GE Africa President/CEO appointed President Obama Advisory Council Chair
Jay Ireland, GE Africa President and CEO was named...
2016 Africa Oil Week Executives meet in Cape Town
The 2016 Africa Oil Week (www.Africa-OilWeek.com) will showcase 130...

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  • Securing new headquarters at South Africa’s most sought after business address, Trillian Capital Partners has moved its head office to Melrose Arch, crafting a fresh and highly collaborative workspace that supports its business. Adding to the long list of corporate heavyweights already enjoying the premium facilities offered by Melrose Arch, the country’s most iconic urban […]

  • The Internet, video games, television, and filmed entertainment segments of sub-Saharan Africa’s entertainment and media industry are projected to continue to grow in the following years but the publishing industry is having to work very hard to make any headway, according to PwC’s Entertainment and media outlook: 2016 – 2020 report (South Africa – Nigeria […]

  • Mahamadou Issoufou, Niger President and his delegation met with 120 global investors and financiers in New York, as the country embarks on an accelerated programme of reforms to restore economic growth in that country. The Niger Renaissance Programme aims to attract foreign direct investment by encouraging privatisation and driving economic diversification, while pursuing and implementing […]

  • African nations have nominated a Zimbabwean, Dr Walter Mzembi, as their candidate to become the new head of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UN – WTO) (www.UNWTO.org/en). Should Mzembi get this post, it will be the first time in the organisation’s 43-year history that an African would head the organisation. Speaking during the UN General Assembly in […]

  • Over the next two weeks Nigeria will play host to a series of official train-the-trainer (TTT) sessions as the country takes on a leading role in the build up to SAP Africa Code Week (ACW) 2016. Founded in 2015, ACW seeks to empower African youth with coding skills through hands-on and playful learning. Spearheaded by […]

  • Standard Bank of South Africa (SBSA), the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, and Wells Fargo Bank announced a $300 million facility to fund power and infrastructure projects in Africa. The 12-year funding line for Standard Bank, the largest African banking group by assets, was signed on the side lines […]

  • Visa, a global payments technology company has announced that over 100 merchants are among the first wave of South African online retailers that have joined Visa Checkout. These include Aramex Global Shopper, Discovery, Emirates Airline, TicketPro, WebTickets and YuppieChef. Shoppers can now enjoy this digital checkout service that allows them to pay with their cards […]

  • The Mauritius Commercial Bank Group (MCB) (MCBAFT.com) hosts 40 top executives representing 40 African banks at the week-long 2016 Africa Forward Together conference which opened this morning at the five-star Ravenala Attitude Hotel. Africa Forward Together (AFT) is an annual event organised by MCB since 2009 to showcase its “Bank of Banks” initiative. Since its […]

  • Jay Ireland, GE Africa President and CEO was named as chair of the second President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (PAC-DBIA) by US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. PAC-DBIA members – representing small, medium, and large companies from a variety of industry sectors – advise the President, through the Secretary of Commerce, on ways […]

  • The 2016 Africa Oil Week (www.Africa-OilWeek.com) will showcase 130 top speakers with a high-quality exhibition and with well over 1000 senior delegates in attendance from Africa, its Governments, and from leading companies around the world. Registration via the website link: www.Africa-OilWeek.com Giving insight into Africa’s leading oil-gas energy portfolio with Corporate speakers, leading thinkers, policy […]

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  • Niger Renaissance Programme presented at Economy series in New York

    Mahamadou Issoufou, Niger President and his delegation met with 120 global investors and financiers in New York, as the country embarks on an accelerated programme of reforms to restore economic growth in that country. The Niger Renaissance Programme aims to attract foreign direct investment by encouraging privatisation and driving economic diversification, while pursuing and implementing

    Niger Renaissance Programme presented at Economy series in New York
  • Standard OPIC and Wells Fargo sign $300 million deal for infrastructure pojects in Af

    Standard Bank of South Africa (SBSA), the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, and Wells Fargo Bank announced a $300 million facility to fund power and infrastructure projects in Africa. The 12-year funding line for Standard Bank, the largest African banking group by assets, was signed on the side lines

    Standard OPIC and Wells Fargo sign $300 million deal for infrastructure pojects in Af
  • Over 100 South African online retailers join Visa Checkout

    Visa, a global payments technology company has announced that over 100 merchants are among the first wave of South African online retailers that have joined Visa Checkout. These include Aramex Global Shopper, Discovery, Emirates Airline, TicketPro, WebTickets and YuppieChef. Shoppers can now enjoy this digital checkout service that allows them to pay with their cards

    Over 100 South African online retailers join Visa Checkout

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  • The Board of Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC) is pleased to announce the appointment of the new Chief Executive Officer, Hamish Erskine. The Board Chairperson, Dr Zanele Bridgette Gasa, gathered the DTPC staff to introduce their new CEO. The atmosphere...

  • Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), a division of Transnet SOC Ltd, is taking another step on its journey to digitalise South Africa’s ports operations into ‘SMART People’s Ports’ through a fully integrated e-commerce platform expected to go live in...

  • Africa’s first ever dredging simulator was launched today in the port city of Durban, South Africa, another positive spin-off of ongoing collaboration between Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), the Transnet Maritime School of Excellence (MSoE), Netherlands based Royal IHC...

  • Privinvest, the Middle East based shipbuilding group, is pleased to announce the start of a major shipbuilding and maritime economy programme with the Republic of Angola. The programme will initially see Privinvest provide a range of vessels for the...

  • Privinvest (www.Privinvest.com) has noted recent inaccurate comments in the media with regards to maritime programs executed by Privinvest for entities owned by the Government of Mozambique. These programs were deemed by Mozambique as necessary to build a local industry to...

  • The climate change challenge cannot be isolated from the on-going need for economic development in Africa, and the aim should be to reduce CO2 emissions whilst increasing trade and economic opportunities for the growing population on the continent. Jonathan...

  • The economic slowdown in China, the declining demand for mining commodities, dwindling consumer spending power and the drought have all negatively impacted container trade in South Africa, with both import and export markets declining year-on-year by 8% and 12%...

  • With South Africa’s unemployment rate having just reached a 10-year high, at a time when almost half the population is under 25, the consistent nurturing and development of skills among the youth is critical to the country’s future economic...

  • South Africa’s purposeful drive to transform positively the country’s maritime sector primarily through development widely yet rapidly of a formidable base of human resource skills is yielding significant results. Latest evidence of this trend is to be found in...

  • Safmarine, the international container carrier focused on trade to and from Africa, West and Central Asia, will relocate its head office to Cape Town, South Africa. Thereby Safmarine returns to its roots. Safmarine was established in South Africa in...

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