Tag Archives: African Companies
Fenella Aouane of Standard Bank Group has been appointed to the Board of the Climate Markets and Investment Association (CMIA), an international trade association representing 50 companies that finance, invest in and provide enabling support to activities that reduce carbon emissions. The CMIA’s membership accounts for an estimated 75% of the global carbon market, valued at US$120-billion in 2010.
Standard Bank Group has walked away with 11 acccolades at the 2013 EMEA Finance Achievements Awards, including being named best merger and acquisition house, best securitisation house and best syndicated loan house in Africa.
A piece by Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank, to set the scene for the BRICS summit in Durban on 26-27 March
A Win-Win in Infrastructure – The Durban BRICS Summit
Paramus, NJ, February, 2013 –(PR.com)– ITC Infotech, a leading global IT Services and Solutions Company, and a fully owned subsidiary of ITC Ltd., has partnered with SAP to provide end-to-end services to clients in South Africa. ITC Infotech’s services for the South African market will also focus on niche SAP solutions for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Enterprise Information Management, Business Intelligence and Sustainability.
Research SolarPlaza indicates that Solar energy can help private sector overcome price hikes.
Small & Medium African Companies engaged in International Markets are prospering in the ‘Global Village’, according to a new study.
Small & Medium African Companies Engaged in International Markets Prosper in ‘Global Village’ – Study
On Sunday 10 November 2012, Ireland’s Minister for Trade and Development, Joe Costello TD, will lead an Enterprise Ireland trade mission with 37 companies to South Africa.
Makers of Plumpy’nut® to Invest $5.8 Million in African Companies to Fight Severe Acute Malnutrition Through Local Suppliers
French food manufacturer to significantly increase its total investment since 2005 to support sustainable food production systems