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Cherie Blair Foundation for Women Empowers Women Entrepreneurs
Today, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women (www.CherieBlairFoundation.org) hosted...
Standard Bank leads on 2016 Eurobond issuance in Africa
Standard Bank has acted as Joint Lead Manager and...
DHL delivers Black Rhino Eliska in Africa
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Once graduates have acquired their degree and secured permanent...
fastjet wins Transport Africa Innovation Award
fastjet, the low-cost pan-African airline, was awarded the Transport...
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SA business delegation to explore infrastructure development opportunities in Kenya
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  • The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has declared MTN as winner of its latest auction for a ten-year frequency spectrum licence for the 2.6GHz band, which guarantees superior performance for wireless networks, especially 4G LTE services. The NCC had earlier confirmed that ‎MTN’s bid was in full compliance with the relevant provisions of the Information Memorandum […]

  • 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 contribute to the economic development of the country and in order to establish sovereignty over its […]

  • Today, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women (www.CherieBlairFoundation.org) hosted a special event to champion mentoring as a powerful tool for empowering women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies, drawing on findings from an evaluation of its Mentoring Women in Business Programme. Research shows that women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies face a number of […]

  • Standard Bank has acted as Joint Lead Manager and Bookrunner on Banque Ouest Africaine de Développement’s (BOAD) inaugural Eurobond. The US$750 million 5 year issuance is BOAD’s debut Eurobond and matches in size the largest ever US$ Eurobond issue by any African financial institution. The Bank has also worked on local currency bond issuances across […]

  • DHL, a global international express delivery provider, has completed another landmark transportation project with the delivery of a black rhino from its birthplace in the Czech Republicto its natural homeland in Tanzania. Three-year-old female Eliska was moved to a natural park in Tanzania as part of an ongoing conservation project run by the George Adamson […]

  • Following the UK’s surprise vote to leave the EU, EXX AFRICA assesses the probable impact such a departure would have on African trade, investment, and security policy. In this free special report, EXX Africa analyses the impact of an eventual ‘Brexit’ on three of the UK’s most important African markets: South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya. […]

  • Once graduates have acquired their degree and secured permanent employment, it is important for this group of individuals to hone their attention on becoming financially independent. In light of July being National Savings Month, young professionals who were privileged enough to have parents, caregivers or sponsors to provide financial support throughout their schooling careers need […]

  • fastjet, the low-cost pan-African airline, was awarded the Transport Innovator Award for a second consecutive year at the 9th Transport Africa Awards 2016 held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 28 June 2016. The Transport Africa Awards set out to identify and reward leaders in transportation who demonstrate an unparalleled ability to succeed, offer a competitive […]

  • South Africa’s gas-to-power programme to deliver 3 726 megawatts of electricity is expected to come online between 2019 and 2025, as the country develops infrastructure to utilise liquefied natural gas (LNG) for power generation. In the interim, South Africa could benefit from immediate access to additional generating capacity by running alternative fuels through mobile fuel-flexible turbines, […]

  • Africa House, a research and consulting company will lead a high-level business delegation to Kenya’s Lamu region during July 2016, to position South African business to take advantage of a projected development boom in the area. Paul Runge, Africa House Projects and Development Finance Director says Africa House’s ongoing research and fact finding missions have […]

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  • Cherie Blair Foundation for Women Empowers Women Entrepreneurs

    Today, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women (www.CherieBlairFoundation.org) hosted a special event to champion mentoring as a powerful tool for empowering women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies, drawing on findings from an evaluation of its Mentoring Women in Business Programme. Research shows that women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies face a number of

    Cherie Blair Foundation for Women Empowers Women Entrepreneurs
  • Standard Bank leads on 2016 Eurobond issuance in Africa

    Standard Bank has acted as Joint Lead Manager and Bookrunner on Banque Ouest Africaine de Développement’s (BOAD) inaugural Eurobond. The US$750 million 5 year issuance is BOAD’s debut Eurobond and matches in size the largest ever US$ Eurobond issue by any African financial institution. The Bank has also worked on local currency bond issuances across

    Standard Bank leads on 2016 Eurobond issuance in Africa
  • The Impact of Brexit on Africa – Read full special report

    Following the UK’s surprise vote to leave the EU, EXX AFRICA assesses the probable impact such a departure would have on African trade, investment, and security policy. In this free special report, EXX Africa analyses the impact of an eventual ‘Brexit’ on three of the UK’s most important African markets: South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya.

    The Impact of Brexit on Africa – Read full special report

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  • 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...

  • Women leaving the workforce after maternity leave is a growing concern globally, with research conducted by KPMG revealing that it costs global businesses $47 billion every year to recruit and train new employees to replace women who do not...

  • Allen & Overy Casablanca announced it has advised APM Terminals, a subsidiary of AP Moller Maersk group, on its being awarded the concession for a container terminal within the Tangier Med 2 port complex, by the Tangier Mediterranean Special...

  • South African Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies has confirmed that he will address the annual Manufacturing Indaba on 28 June 2016 at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni. The two-day conference and exhibition, hosted in Africa’s largest manufacturing city,...

  • Although South African container trade started off with a bang in 2015, with the market growing by 7% during the first half of the year, the second half of 2015 saw a significant slowdown, recording a 1% decline. This...

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