Upcoming EventsApr24Monall-day 3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, Brazzaville3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, BrazzavilleApr 24 – Apr 26 all-dayOn behalf of the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Congo & AME Trade Ltd, we are delighted to welcome you to the Republic of Congo’s Third International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (CIEHC-3). CIEHC will take place at the … Continue reading →May9Tueall-day East Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiEast Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiMay 9 – May 10 all-dayShareMay16Tueall-day SWIFT African Regional ConferenceSWIFT African Regional ConferenceMay 16 – May 18 all-dayInnotribe is also active across the African continent with the Innotribe Startup Challenge for Africa. The Startup Challenge has become one of the leading global startup competitions, connecting the financial services industry with more than 650 FinTech startups around the … Continue reading →May26Friall-day The Big 5 Heavy @ Dubai World Trade CentreThe Big 5 Heavy @ Dubai World Trade CentreMay 26 – May 28 all-dayShareMay29Monall-day INFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaINFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaMay 29 – May 31 all-dayShare
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South Africa, Teraco, Africa’s largest carrier & cloud neutral colocation data centre and home to NAPAfrica, Africa’s largest Internet exchange point (IXP), today announced that it has raised a medium term funding facility from Absa amounting to R1.2 billion.
0% of British businesses are of the view that the Government should prioritise trade with South Africa
The Property Buyer Show, a first of its kind exhibition taking place in April at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, has attracted big names as sponsors giving first-time home buyers and property investors a comprehensive understanding of everything involved in purchasing a property.
The award-winning event, Agritech Expo Zambia, is presented by the Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) and returns to Chisamba for the fourth edition from 27-29 April 2017. “Zambia is an exciting market to explore, not just for South African suppliers to the agriculture sector, but also for South African farmers” says Liam Beckett, commercial director for the upcoming Agritech Expo Zambia. Agritech Expo Zambia is organised by Spintelligent, leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and the African office of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the UK.
The winds blow to the north, as if pushing the docking ships out of the harbor. A few meters above the ship roars a helicopter carrying the captains expected to dock the ship into Durban Harbor. Quite interesting, is the fact that foreign pilots are not allowed to dock in the vessels; you see the horizon of the approaching port, nurse down your sea sickness, curl back and vacate the cabin for the tough guys of Durban Port to guide the ship in. The morning is bright, the shiny sand seem to be calling, with such an allure you have to muster inner strengths to say no, and turn left through the gate to the mighty uShaka Marine Park. This park is Life, at least where the marine ecosystem is concerned.
Davies further pronounced that the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” will offer new opportunities to achieving inclusive and sustainable growth by fast tracking market integration in Africa through industrial corridors and regional integration
SWIFT RMB Tracker shows an overall decline in RMB payments by value for 2016, closing out the year in sixth place among currencies used for international payments
The Blyvooruitzicht Gold Mine used to be one of the world’s largest and most profitable mining concerns, purportedly yielding some one million kilograms of precious metals over its 70 years of operation
Living the FATCA life in Africa: New U.S. tax regulations add to burden of compliance on financial institutions across Africa
Seventeen years from now, half the global stock of capital, totaling $158 trillion (in 2010 dollars), will reside in the developing world, compared to less than one-third today, with countries in East Asia and Latin America accounting for the largest shares of this stock, says the latest edition of the World Bank’s Global Development Horizons (GDH) report, which explores patterns of investment, saving and capital flows as they are likely to evolve over the next two decades.