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Daily Archives: January 14, 2016

AU condemns suicide bombing in Turkey

AU condemns suicide bombing in Turkey

The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, H.E. Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma strongly condemned the suicide bombing, which was carried out by a suspected member of the so-call ...

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Drive to include more Africans in financial ecosystem

Drive to include more Africans in financial ecosystem

Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payment, has reached a strategic fifty-thousand terminals landmark to serve the unbanked population and becomes the indisputable Fina ...

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West Africa declared Ebola-free

West Africa declared Ebola-free

The worst killer disease scare that hit Africa in 2015 has been contained and there are no signs of Ebola anymore in Africa. This is the word from the World Health Organization (W ...

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Premier League roundup

Premier League roundup

In case you missed all the footballing action, as the English Premier League saw seven mid-week fixtures result in a shakeup of the log, here is the brief rundown. Liverpool 3-3 A ...

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No recession for SA

No recession for SA

South Africa's economy will not slide into depression, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday. He countered predictions by some economists that sharp currency weakness p ...

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Makamba to host African Entrepreneurship Exchange Breakfast

Makamba to host African Entrepreneurship Exchange Breakfast

Entrepreneurship empowerment is key to the growth of sustainable businesses on the African continent. Makamba Online’s focus as a company is to continue to work as a springboard o ...

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Art a safe investment haven for ordinary South Africans

Art a safe investment haven for ordinary South Africans

Although usually seen as an elitist investment vehicle confined to wealthy individuals and large corporates, the work of emerging visual artists can actually provide significant r ...

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Cyber crime: Nigeria loses US$391 million yearly

Cyber crime: Nigeria loses US$391 million yearly

Nigeria loses about N78 billion ($391 million) yearly to cyber-crime, the Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, announced. He said financial institutions, ministries, depart ...

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The business of wine in Africa

The business of wine in Africa

When one thinks of wine production on the continent, South African and its world-class wines produced in then Cape immediately come to mind. However, as we discover the continent ...

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UK team deploys to train Nigerian forces fighting Boko Haram

UK team deploys to train Nigerian forces fighting Boko Haram

More than 35 personnel from the Second Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment (2 R ANGLIAN), will shortly deploy to deliver infantry training to Nigerian military personnel prepari ...

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