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Despite worldwide changes, multinationals focus on mobile workforces to support career growth and ensure global competitiveness

Mercer’s annual Cost of Living Survey finds African, Asian, and European cities dominate the list of most expensive locations for working abroad Luanda overtakes Hong Kong as the most expensive city for expatriates ...
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Ghana to Host West African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Trade Conference.

The new government of Ghana is aiming to turn the tables around for agricultural development in the country. This includes the new project ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ which seeks to support farmers ...
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Ghana: Takoradi to Host the West African WestPark Industrial Centre

Ghana will be witnessing the development an industrial business center officially unveiled as The WestPark which will be a center for industries to manufacture products locally and also engage in business comfortably to ...
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Zambia Economy Soars with Foreign Investors Increment and Good Climate.

Zambia’s economy is looking bright after the recent IMF visit to the country to further discussions on the 2017 Article IV consultation. The country has grown in foreign investors towards Zambia’s government securities ...
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South Africa: Access to Health Care Remains a Challenge says Health Professionals

Southern Africans seem to be living a dream within the healthcare system. Realities of the healthcare sector within the region is far from what the region exhibits and perceive to have. This discovery ...
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How Africa’s mining industry is responding to innovation

While mining companies continue to be pressured by the uncertainty that looms over the global economy, the industry is on a quest to introduce innovation to help improve important business practices. Despite the ...
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Mining industry needs to Stop. Think … Act: PwC Mine 2017 report

Profitability restored – aggregate net profit of $20 billion Balance sheets bolstered with increased debt repayments Market capitalisation of the Top 40 increased by 45 percent to $714 billion But, capex down 41 ...
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Angola Monitor

Issue 2:2017 Portuguese The Angola Monitor covers the politics, economics, development, democracy and human rights of Angola. It is published quarterly by Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA). This issue covers: Political News: Election on ...
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Tourism and hospitality Industry patterns in Africa

Jumia Travel & Accor Hotels give insights into Africa’s Hospitality Industry, 2017 Tourism in Africa is essential for both international and intra-border trade; apart from serving as a major employer by contributing 1 ...
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Will Influencer Marketing take over Celebrity Endorsements?

The world is gradually experiencing a shift from celebrity endorsements towards Influencer Marketing. The concept – Influencer Marketing is taking roots globally as the use of social media increases across the globe. Instagram ...
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Harnessing rather than suppressing informal trade can give Africa a boost

Africa's vast but informal cross-border trade can contribute to improving livelihoods and increasing regional integration across the continent, according to a new report presented at a conference here. Informal cross-border trading, in which ...
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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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