Daily Archives: October 5, 2017
African national oil companies (NOCs) need to evolve for the future in light of a challenging and disruptive environment: PwC analysis
The IMF team was received by President Denis Sassou-Nguesso
Fiscal deficit is expected to decrease to 3.75 percent of GDP in 2018 and eventually converge to the WAEMU regional deficit norm of 3 percent of GDP by 2019
South Africa and Turkey have committed to strengthening trade and economic relations between the two countries with the aim of increasing two-way bilateral trade and investment. This emerged on the last day of the third Session of South Africa-Turkey Joint Economic Commission (JSE) which was addressed by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Rob Davies, and the Turkish Minister of National Education, Dr. Ishmet Yilmaz in Pretoria today.
Online reviews and seamless payment methods take lead as key drivers in Kenya
The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulenani Magwanishe says the agro-processing and forestry sectors are key in growing the economy and create sustainable jobs especially in the rural areas. Magwanishe was speaking at the Forestry Industrialisation Summit that was hosted by the South African Forestry Company and other government departments in Kempton Park today.
Small children in this big world depend upon parents to teach them, guide them, and protect them. However, many children in the United States and around the world do not have this privilege due to a myriad of circumstances illness, accidents, murder, and war, as well as migrant parents who travel for work and leave children behind. Orphans and left-behind children have no advocates unless caring adults are willing to step in and help them.