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“It is only through collaboration between education, innovation and business that we will be able to take our country forward and make Cape Town a global African city of inspiration and innovation.”
13 Million Cards to be issued first, in largest card rollout of its kind in Africa
U.S. Ranks First In ‘KPMG Green Tax Index,’ Tops Countries Using Tax Code To Shape Sustainable Corporate Activity
About the KPMG Green Tax Index
The KPMG Green Tax Index focuses on 21 major economies around the world that KPMG International believes represent a major share of global corporate investment activity. A high ranking in the Index does not necessarily mean that a country is “greener” than others. It means that the government is more active than others in using the tax system as a tool to influence corporate behavior and achieve green policy goals.
“Samsung is committed to delivering the classroom of the future – taking learning beyond the blackboard and supporting the adoption of new technologies into our teaching environments.”
By Simon Tesfamariam
The leading Indian telecom analytics solution provider reemphasizes its focus on Africa through this participation.
Standard Bank Group has arranged an international financing package to develop a USD126-million sea water desalination plant in Accra, Ghana. The plant will have a water production capacity of 60,000m3/day. Investors in the project are Spanish infrastructure company Abengoa S.A. and Sojitz Corporation of Japan, which together are contributing equity funding covering 30% of project costs. The balance of 70% of the project’s funding is provided by Standard Bank Group in the form of senior debt.
Fund to Advance International Criminal Justice in Africa Seeks Greater Collaboration and Accountability
DAKAR, Senegal /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — TrustAfrica is pleased to announce a new project, “The Fund to Advance International Criminal Justice in Africa.” The project is a follow-up to a series of meetings on International Criminal Justice, the most recent of which took place in Nairobi, Kenya at the end of 2011. The $1.5 million, multi-donor effort seeks to ensure greater collaboration and accountability among African states to transform the field of international criminal justice in Africa.