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  • Agriculture is currently standing on the edge of a second green revolution. This revolution will entail fundamental shifts in how the agricultural sector utilises and implements innovative technology to improve output in a sustainable manner and address the need for greater food security globally. These are some of the highlights of PwC’s latest Africa Agribusinesses […]

  • Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list hits the shelves this weekend revealing the 30 most promising entrepreneurs from around the continent, across various sectors. These are the billionaires of tomorrow. “This is the most important list of the year for Forbes Africa. If one young African reads it and is inspired enough to start a […]

  • Global Pacific and Partners with ITE Group will host the 23rd Annual Africa Oil Week/Africa Upstream 2016 Conference over 31 October to 4 November 2016, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa. The Africa Oil Week-2016 event again highlights Africa’s upstream world with insights, debate and discourse from Africa’s Governments, National Oil Companies, […]

  • iWayAfrica Zambia has announced the launch of its fibre to the premises offer to business and consumers. This is the latest connectivity service to be launched by iWayAfrica Zambia, which is also part of Gondwana International Networks, a pan-African communications service company. “Ongoing developments in the telecoms sector has aided in lowering prices and broadening […]

  • Okyerebea Ampofo-Anti

    May 31st, 2016
    Okyerebea Ampofo-Anti

    Okyerebea Ampofo-Anti is a partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice at Webber Wentzel. She specialises in all aspects of media law and public law. Her vast experience includes providing advice on defamation law, print and electronic media law, data protection law and compliance with the Protection of Personal Information Bill. Okyerebea’s expertise extends to general […]

  • During the 11th African Congress for Women Entrepreneurs, Professor Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp, Chairman of Executive Board and Family Board of E. Merck KGaA received the African Alliances He for She Award for Women Empowerment. This was in recognition of Merck’s efforts to empower women in the field of research and healthcare through the Merck Capacity Advancement Program […]

  • MTN, in partnership with the MTN Solution Space at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business and Jumia, have announced that team MedRX from Ghana emerged as the winner of the inaugural MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge. The Pan-African competition, which launched on 15 February 2016, came down to the wire on 27 May 2016 […]

  • Standard Chartered continues to deliver on its commitment to bridge Africa’s power gap by facilitating, coordinating and arranging transactions which boost the capacity of national power grids and access to electricity across Africa. In this latest milestone transaction, Standard Chartered has partnered with the US Government, through USAID, to deliver a term loan worth $60 […]

  • Building on an already substantial investment base, continued cooperation between local, provincial and national government could see an additional ZAR1 billion in direct investment pumped into Atlantis over the next five years. In 2013, GreenCape and the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) signed a Memorandum of Funding Agreement to set up a project management […]

  • Ambitious executives considering furthering their education should carefully consider their options, and not automatically gun for an MBA as many have done in the past two decades, an expert says. Debbie Goodman-Bhyat, Jack Hammer Chief Executive Officer, rated one of South Africa’s top 3 executive search firms, says results from the company’s 2016 Executive Report, […]

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  • Technological innovation boosts Africa’s agri-business sector

    Agriculture is currently standing on the edge of a second green revolution. This revolution will entail fundamental shifts in how the agricultural sector utilises and implements innovative technology to improve output in a sustainable manner and address the need for greater food security globally. These are some of the highlights of PwC’s latest Africa Agribusinesses

    Technological innovation boosts Africa’s agri-business sector
  • Attend 23rd Africa Oil Week in South Africa

    Global Pacific and Partners with ITE Group will host the 23rd Annual Africa Oil Week/Africa Upstream 2016 Conference over 31 October to 4 November 2016, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa. The Africa Oil Week-2016 event again highlights Africa’s upstream world with insights, debate and discourse from Africa’s Governments, National Oil Companies,

    Attend 23rd Africa Oil Week in South Africa
  • GE, Mara Group, Atlas Merchant Capital invest in infrastructure across Africa

    General Electric together with the Mara Group and Atlas Merchant Capital are leading an initiative to create a joint venture dedicated to investing in the highly underdeveloped African infrastructure sector. The joint venture will seek to invest in infrastructure equity projects in selected countries throughout Africa. With the African population set to rise to 1.5bn

    GE, Mara Group, Atlas Merchant Capital invest in infrastructure across Africa

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  • 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...

  • Saab Grintek Defence (SGD), a South African defence and security company has been awarded a contract by Armscor (IMT- Institute Maritime Technology) for a TactiCall Integrated Communications System, which will be used to enhance the existing communications network at...

  • Nigeria plans to invest up to $500 million in the country’s oil refineries in order to keep them in a fine shape. This is according to Dr Emmanuel Ife Kachikwu, Nigerian Petroleum Minister. In addition, one of  Africa’s top oil...

  • The global decline in the price of oil has hit the Angolan economy. In Angola, most hospitals are running low on basic resources including basic medicines. There are food shortages in the North, as well as heavy drought in...

  • for the Horn of Africa fuel pipeline. The 550km pipeline is a critical infrastructure project being undertaken by the governments of Ethiopia and Djibouti. To be developed at a total cost of approximately $1.55 billion by Black Rhino Group...

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