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Solution to the Future of African Art

African art presents some of the most fascinating and attractive works. However, the growth of the art industry in Africa has been fluctuating for some time now. Up to 28 August, Fondation Louis ...
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What happened to transparency?

At the annual Nigerian jamboree to the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, Dr. IbeKachikwu, the minister of state for petroleum resources, told a “world press conference” on May 5, 2017 that ...
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Harnessing smart mobile security to drive innovation in financial services

South African consumers are becoming increasingly dependent on their mobile devices for daily banking activities. As such, there is pressure on financial service providers to adapt quickly to a mobile-first environment. Looming large ...
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“Does the Trump administration even think about Africa”?

The question on how the Trump administration’s policies will impact Africa was met with mixed reaction Wednesday during a briefing at the African Utility Week Conference underway in Cape Town. The panellists, all ...
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World Health Statistics 2017: Almost half of all deaths now have a recorded cause, WHO data show

Almost half of all deaths globally are now recorded with a cause, new data from the World Health Organization show, highlighting improvements countries have made on collecting vital statistics and monitoring progress towards ...
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South Africa: Radical economic transformation receives a boost with more than R20m industrial park in Mthatha

Government’s radical economic transformation received a boost with the launch of the Vulindlela Heights Industrial Park in Mthatha, Eastern Cape. Speaking at the launch, the Deputy Director-General of Special Economic Zones and Economic Transformation ...
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FAO addresses Pan-African Parliament on unlocking Africa’s agriculture potential

Africa accounts for 45 percent of the world’s surface area suitable for agricultural production. Even with some large arid and semi-arid areas, the continent’s vast water resources are, on average underutilized, with only ...
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Business growth remains high on the African boardroom agenda despite economic and socio-political headwinds

PwC’s Africa Business Agenda report shows that 85% of African CEOs (Global: 85%) are confident in their own company’s prospects for revenue growth over the next 12 months Africa’s CEOs are confident that ...
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ATI supported USD4 billion worth of trade and investments in 2016 – African countries urged to seek support from the insurer

The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) (www.ATI-ACA.org), held its 17th Annual General Meeting today. The sustained commodity price decline and current geopolitical uncertainties took centre stage. Meeting participants urged African governments to intently ...
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Is GE’s 400MW Bridge Power Plant a solution to Ghana’s Energy Demand?

Upon completion, GE'S Bridge Power Plant will be Africa’s first LPG fired power plant and the world’s largest plant of its kind. 400 megawatt (MW) greenfield project will be Africa’s first liquefied petroleum ...
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Consolidation of the fintech ecosystem in Africa, Good or Bad?

‘Mobile money’ used to be a catch-all phrase, describing everything from consumer wallets to building agent networks, lending, and international remittances. However, African fintech has gradually matured into an industry with specialist roles, ...
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Learning while working in the modern business environment; Do you know your LQ?

What does your Learnability Quotient say about you? Today's workforce is more knowledgeable, diverse, and empowered than ever. This also means that there is more pressure on employees and job seekers to constantly ...
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Our aim is to make East Africa one country – President Museveni.

Our aim is to make East Africa one country, one state - says Yoweri Museveni of Uganda. “It’s now integrated economically but together with our partners we want East Africa to become one ...
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UNWTO Commission for Africa analyses the potential of Chinese tourism in the continent

The capital city of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, has recently hosted the 59th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for Africa. Held between 18-21 April, the Commission included a High-level Meeting on Chinese Outbound Tourism ...
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The Trouble with Branding Things African …

James Maposa Director Consultant Intergroup Brand Science (formerly Interbrand Africa) I’ve often heard people describe products and services coming out of our continent as African. Examples include African attire, African cuisine, African print ...
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Somaliland: Foreign Investment Law Analysis

Somaliland has in abundance investable natural resources such as minerals, oil, marine resources, frankincense, livestock, and various other raw materials. According to the World Bank………. “The investment climate is an important determinant of ...
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Construction, Hospitality, Business, Tourism & Investment in Zanzibar

Fumba Town's first-of-its-kind sustainable real estate development, offers modern and affordable living as well as commercial space with unique investment opportunity available in the growing real estate market. Developed by CPS live Ltd., ...
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