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REPORT | Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo Can’t Sleep Over ‘Heavy’ Campaign Promises - After a blistering presidential campaign which led to his resounding victory in the December 2016 election, Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo is reportedly having sleepless nights over how to redeem his mouth-watering pledges. President Akufo-Addo,...

A $700m Deal To Invest In Nigeria’s Real Estate And...

Anglo-South African financial services firm Old Mutual and Nigeria's sovereign wealth fund on Friday signed agreements to set up two funds to invest in real estate and agriculture in Africa's most populous nation. Old Mutual and Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) said they would jointly raise a $500 million fund to invest in real...

Another South African Company Leaves Nigeria on weak economy

hotel and gaming group Sun International became the latest South African business to pull out of Nigeria because of weak economic growth and clashes with regulators in the west African country. In January Nigeria's Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) launched a probe into Sun International's initial investment in the Tourist...

Why young Africans are swapping the office for the farm

Out of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. Media caption Emmanuel Koranteng gave up his job in the US to grow pineapples in Ghana Farming has an unglamorous image across Africa. But this might be changing - the BBC's Sophie Ikenye met some young professionals who packed in their office jobs and moved back to the family...

South Africa regains rank as Africa’s biggest economy

South Africa’s economy regained the position of Africa’s largest in dollar terms more than two years after losing it to Nigeria as the value of the nations’ currencies moved in opposite directions. Based on gross domestic product at the end of 2015 published by the International Monetary Fund, the size of South Africa’s economy is $301...

Managers are alright but sales and services staff are...

Managers are alright but sales and services staff are losing their jobs Employment levels have dropped in six of the nine provinces in the year to June‚ Statistics South Africa said on Thursday . KwaZulu-Natal‚ Gauteng and North West recorded the largest decreases at 77‚000‚ 28‚000 and 25‚000 respectively. Employment gains were...

Ten African Startups to Watch

Thee 2016 World Economic Forum on Africa has come and gone, but the lessons learnt at the fruitful summit held in Rwanda remains relevant. Among other topics discussed at the three-day event was the digital economy and how it can fuel growth in Africa. Inspired by this theme, we take a look at some of the startups making an impact on...

South African Tourism announces future of Indaba and...

South African Tourism has announced that its new Exhibition and Strategic Events division will now be driving its two flagship tourism trade show exhibitions, Indaba and Meetings Africa. Following the decision, South Africa's official tourism agency confirmed that, next year, Indaba will again be held in Durban, and Meetings Africa...

Brexit offers business opportunities for SA - envoy

Britain’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Judith Macgregor, says Britain’s imminent exit from the European Union (Brexit) offers greater business opportunities for South Africa which it should take advantage of. Read also: Brexit economists say Britain can still benefit A British flag (right) and an EU flag are seen at a foreign...

Serious concerns dominate Egyptian automotive market...

The Egyptian automotive market received the news of Britain exiting the European Union (EU) with serious concern. Newspapers and news websites tracking the automotive market in Egypt addressed the impact of that decision on the Egyptian market. Assumptions about depriving British products of the customs reductions included in the EU-Egypt...
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