Daily Archives: August 31, 2015
Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Power endorses the West African Power Industry Convention as forum returns to Lagos in November
“A strategic hub for stakeholders looking for collaboration and joint solutions”
“We are here today because we firmly believe that the Information Society is what will enable Africa to make the leap into the 21st century”
The meeting of experts of the First Specialized Technical Committee (STC) on Communication and ICT (CCICT) has started at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Bringing together work that falls under the African Union’s Directorate of Information and Communication (DIC) with that of the Department of Infrastructure and Energy (DIE) this is the first meeting bringing together in a united framework, issues of communication, including the media, branding and information, and Information and Communication Technologies. A total of 31 member states of the AU are attending the meeting.
SimbaPay (http://www.simbapay.com) – a leading digital money transfer provider – today announced the expansion of its free instant deposit service to Choice Microfinance Bank in Kenya. SimbaPay has partnered with Choice Microfinance Bank a microfinance institution founded by Kenyans abroad.
AU Launches Internet Exchange Point in Mauritius: “Keeping intra-country internet traffic within the country”
The African Union Commission (AUC), through the Infrastructure and Energy Department, in collaboration with the Ministry of Technology, Communication and Innovation today officially operationalized the Internet Exchange Point in Mauritius.
Nigeria has become the first country to reach one million responders on the SMS-based U-Report platform, designed to strengthen community-led development and citizen engagement, UNICEF announced today.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) (http://www.jse.co.za), the continent’s largest exchange, today have officially launched JSE Eris Interest Rate Swap (IRS) Futures.
MOGADISHU, Somalia, August 31, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The results of the latest Food Security and Nutrition Assessment for Somalia, presented today in Mogadishu, indicate that the country’s humanitarian situation remains alarming.
With the economy becoming ever more globalized, many businesses are starting to consider relocation. Depending on your situation, you may find that another country offers you more benefits than the one you are currently in. Or, perhaps, you are simply looking to another location to your existing business, and would like to do so in another country. Regardless of the reason, if you are looking to start a business in another country, there are a few things that you need to think about before you make the move.