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AfDB, Morocco remains a model of partnership for nearly half a century
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Infinité apartments in Bedfordview snapped up prior to official launch
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Mazars Recovery and Restructuring merges with Westrust
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  • The Board of Directors of Emira Property Fund has rejected Arrowhead’s unsolicited, non-binding, and highly conditional expression of interest to acquire all of Emira’s issued share capital on the basis that it has no benefit to Emira’s shareholders. “The Board has considered Arrowhead’s conditional expression of interest and we believe it’s clearly not in the […]

  • Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, is now the 104th wealthiest man on the planet, the first time he has dropped out of the list of top 100 richest people in the world. This is according to Bloomberg billionaires ranking. Bloomberg explains that Dangote’s slump in its ranking was largely due to the devaluation of the […]

  • Speaking at its 4th annual strategy and activity update for press and analysts in London on 28 July, Ramon Fernandez, Deputy CEO and Chief Finance and Strategy Officer, Bruno Mettling, CEO of Orange Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Jean-Marc Vignolles, Chief Operating Officer for Orange MEA, outlined their vision and priorities, identifying a number […]

  • It’s been 2 years since Uber hit the streets of Lagos, and it’s been an absolutely exhilarating ride. During this time, we are humbled to have moved with you over a Million times in Lagos. As part of this incredible adventure, we thought we’d crunch a few numbers and let you know exactly how much […]

  • The Public Health Enhancement Fund (PHEF) was acclaimed as the winner of the prestigious 2nd Annual Titanium Award for Excellence in Corporate Social Investment at a gala function in Cape Town. Addressing guests on receiving the award, Christo Kruger, PHEF’s Marketing Head Committee was clearly moved by the recognition accorded to the organisation. “The real […]

  • Djibouti has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa. Ali Guelleh Aboubaker, Minister of Investments in the Office of the President, commented on his country’s membership of AFC: “I am delighted to announce that Djibouti has become a member […]

  • The day after his arrival in the Kingdom on his first official visit as president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina attended many high level meetings with the Moroccan authorities in Rabat on Wednesday 20 July. He was accompanied by a delegation that included Resident Representative in Morocco Yacine Fal, AfDB Acting Vice […]

  • A strong market demand for secure and convenient, upmarket living in Bedfordview in Johannesburg has seen 50 units in phase one already snapped up through Pam Golding Properties ahead of the official launch of Infinité, a major 10-storey, 200-unit sectional title apartment building in a prime site on the corner of Nicol and Bradford Roads. […]

  • Mazars Recovery and Restructuring (Pty) Ltd (MRR), the specialist division within Mazars, has announced a merger with Johannesburg-based insolvency specialist, Westrust. Now trading as a division of MRR, Westrust recently moved into the new Mazars Gauteng Office based in Melrose Estate, Houghton. According to Neil Miller, director at MRR, the merger further strengthens the service […]

  • US internet firm Yahoo is being acquired by American telecoms giant Verizon Communications for nearly $5bn (£3.8bn) in cash. Yahoo will be combined with AOL, another faded internet star, which Verizon bought last year. The deal does not include Yahoo’s valuable stake in Chinese firm Alibaba. The price tag for the deal is well below […]

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  • Emira Property Fund rejects Arrowhead’s expression of interest

    The Board of Directors of Emira Property Fund has rejected Arrowhead’s unsolicited, non-binding, and highly conditional expression of interest to acquire all of Emira’s issued share capital on the basis that it has no benefit to Emira’s shareholders. “The Board has considered Arrowhead’s conditional expression of interest and we believe it’s clearly not in the

    Emira Property Fund rejects Arrowhead’s expression of interest
  • Africa’s richest man now the 104th wealthiest man in the world

    Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, is now the 104th wealthiest man on the planet, the first time he has dropped out of the list of top 100 richest people in the world. This is according to Bloomberg billionaires ranking. Bloomberg explains that Dangote’s slump in its ranking was largely due to the devaluation of the

    Africa’s richest man now the 104th wealthiest man in the world
  • Djibouti joins Africa Finance Corporation

    Djibouti has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa. Ali Guelleh Aboubaker, Minister of Investments in the Office of the President, commented on his country’s membership of AFC: “I am delighted to announce that Djibouti has become a member

    Djibouti joins Africa Finance Corporation

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