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MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, March 29, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – On January 11, 2013, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the 2012 Article IV consultation with Equatorial Guinea.1
African Utility Week brings together the entire ecosystem for the African water and power sector, from high level government representatives, utilities and municipalities, regulators and power pools to consultants, vendors, service providers and energy intensive power users for the purpose of sharing and determining the future development of Africa’s power industry.
Following months of report that Prime Bank Gambia will be sold, the Central of The Gambia (CBG) has come up with reports that the bank has not met its minimum capital requirement for 2012; and therefore is required to go on “voluntary liquidation”.
“The Central Bank of the Gambia is pleased to inform the general public that 12 out of the 13 commercial banks operating in The Gambia met the minimum capital requirement of D200 Million,” a release from CBG reads.
NEW INTERVIEW: “We will provide the incremental tariff payments once the projects have delivered electricity – we shift the entire performance risk to the private sector. “
after nationwide mobile money launch
1000+ mobile lifeline experts gather in Dubai this month
Public Information Notice (PIN) No. 12/117
By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa
The revelations that a decrease in land prices and interest from property investors in South Africa has resulted in an increase in the number of retail developments across the country being economically viable, have been welcomed by various investors.
Otavi Steel is in line with the Fourth National Development Plan of Namibia, whereby manufacturing have been identified as one of the key strategic areas to bring about economic growth and employment opportunities in Namibia.