Thursday, 25 May 2017

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  • Orange introduces its brand in Liberia

    Orange introduces its brand in Liberia

    With over 1.6 million customers at the end of February 2017, Orange Liberia is the leading mobile operator in Liberia in terms of customers. Orange, one of the world’s leading tele ...

  • The Big 5 Construct Egypt scheduled to debut in 2018

    The Big 5 Construct Egypt scheduled to debut in 2018

    The Big 5 Construct Egypt will take place at the New Cairo Exhibition Centre - on 15-17 September 2018 and will showcase the innovative products, technologies and services of hundr ...

  • IMF predicts 1% growth for SA’s economy in 2017

    IMF predicts 1% growth for SA’s economy in 2017

    International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised South Africa’s growth forecast for this year after recoveries in the agriculture and mining sectors. The IMF expects Africa’s most indu ...

  • Ford to cut 10% of global workforce

    Ford to cut 10% of global workforce

    Ford Motor plans to cut about 10 percent of staff worldwide as Chief Executive Officer Mark Fields faces escalating pressure to boost profit and a lagging stock price, the Wall Str ...

Orange introduces its brand in Liberia

Orange introduces its brand in Liberia

With over 1.6 million customers at the end of February 2017, Orange Liberia is the leading mobile operator in Liberia in terms of customers. Orange, one of the world’s leading tel ...

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The Big 5 Construct Egypt scheduled to debut in 2018

The Big 5 Construct Egypt scheduled to debut in 2018

The Big 5 Construct Egypt will take place at the New Cairo Exhibition Centre - on 15-17 September 2018 and will showcase the innovative products, technologies and services of hund ...

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IMF predicts 1% growth for SA’s economy in 2017

IMF predicts 1% growth for SA’s economy in 2017

International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised South Africa’s growth forecast for this year after recoveries in the agriculture and mining sectors. The IMF expects Africa’s most ind ...

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Ford to cut 10% of global workforce

Ford to cut 10% of global workforce

Ford Motor plans to cut about 10 percent of staff worldwide as Chief Executive Officer Mark Fields faces escalating pressure to boost profit and a lagging stock price, the Wall St ...

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Fendt tractors launch in South Africa at NAMPO 2017

Fendt tractors launch in South Africa at NAMPO 2017

The official launch of Fendt machines in Africa took place at the NAMPO Harvest Day in Bothaville, South Africa on the 16th of May. Four tractors from the high-tech brand Fendt we ...

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16th Africa Independents Forum: Developing and driving change in Africa’s oil and gas industry

16th Africa Independents Forum: Developing and driving change in Africa’s oil and gas industry

As one of the foremost events on the international Oil and Gas calendar, the 16th Africa Independents Forum to take place in London over 24th and 25th May brings together all stak ...

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Vodafone sells $2.6 billion Safaricom shares to South African unit

Vodafone sells $2.6 billion Safaricom shares to South African unit

Vodafone Group is simplifying its holdings in sub-Saharan Africa, selling a $2.6 billion stake in Kenya’s Safaricom Ltd. to its majority-owned Vodacom Group Ltd. The all-share dea ...

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Opera announces Victor Moses as brand ambassador in Africa

Opera announces Victor Moses as brand ambassador in Africa

Opera is kicking off a partnership with football professional Victor Moses, Chelsea player and Nigerian national team star player. Moses will be the brand ambassador of Opera Mini ...

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Chinese investment in Africa rises in first quarter of 2017

Chinese investment in Africa rises in first quarter of 2017

Trade between China and Africa has risen by a fifth in the first quarter of 2017, while China’s direct investment in Africa soared by 64 percent, the Chinese commerce ministry sai ...

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Zambia to get IMF loan

Zambia to get IMF loan

Zambia will settle a deal with the International Monetary Fund for as much as $1.6 billion by the end of June, Finance Minister Felix Mutati said. “We will conclude by the end of ...

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