Daily Archives: July 2, 2013
Resources shares boosted by stronger commodity prices.
Ford sales up 13%.
Should you change your portfolio?
In a bid to resolve problems in the industry.
We expect to run a parallel process – Phumo.
As efforts to introduce sukuk tax legislation in non-Muslim nations have stalled.
Let us all show love and compassion and make Madiba proud – Williams.
Local currency remains little changed as international markets hold their breath in anticipation of US nonfarm payroll data
Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are included in a group of "watch-list" countries that could eventually face US sanctions for failure to combat human trafficking, the State Department said in a report issued last week.
Bank of Uganda (BoU) on Tuesday left its benchmark rate unchanged at 11 per cent on the back of expectations of an increase in the inflation rate in the next two to three months.
Tanzania is set to house East Africa’s first ammoniabased chemical manufacturing plant following the signing of a multibillion shilling deal between local companies and a Malaysia based firm.
Construction group- Murray & Roberts (M&R) has soldf its Construction Products Africa operating platform (excluding Hall Longmore)‚ comprising the group’s manufacturing businesses.
The sale of the group of businesses – that include Much Asphalt‚ Rocla‚ Technicrete and Ocon Brick – will generate about R1.325bn for the company before transaction costs.
United States President Barack Obama, putting his mark on US aid to Africa, announced an initiative to boost access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa and said the US stood to benefit if the continent reached its full potential.
The Treasury has increased the value of government contracts reserved for local firms, opening a window for Kenyan women and youths to increase their share of business with the State.