Tuesday, 17 October 2017

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  • Fuel price hike likely for November – SA

    Fuel price hike likely for November – SA

    South African motorists look set to face another fuel price increase in November, although petrol is only likely to increase marginally. Based on mid-month fuel price data from the ...

  • World Bank upholds South Africa’s economic growth

    World Bank upholds South Africa’s economic growth

    The World Bank today maintained South Africa’s economic growth this year at 0.6% despite citing that economic activity expanded at a faster-than-expected rate in the second quarter ...

  • China-SA host small business enterprises fair

    China-SA host small business enterprises fair

    South Africa will co-host the China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (CISMEF) which aims to unlock markets for small businesses and cooperatives. The 2017 edition of ...

  • Sun International strives to cut its debt

    Sun International strives to cut its debt

    JSE-listed hotel and gaming group Sun International plans to pare down its debt and boost its balance sheet in the year ahead after having made a number of significant investments ...

Standard Bank hopes to raise $3 billion for a crude oil pipeline in Uganda

Standard Bank hopes to raise $3 billion for a crude oil pipeline in Uganda

Standard Bank Group’s Ugandan unit plans to raise $3 billion for a crude pipeline by the second half of next year as the East African country prepares to start oil production by 2 ...

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Transnet to recapitalise Zimbabwe rail firm with $400 million

Transnet to recapitalise Zimbabwe rail firm with $400 million

South African logistics group Transnet has won a bid to recapitalise the government-owned National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) with $400 million, the NRZ board chairman said on Thu ...

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Uganda and Tanzania start construction of $3.5 billion oil pipeline

Uganda and Tanzania start construction of $3.5 billion oil pipeline

The leaders of Tanzania and Uganda laid a foundation stone last week for the construction of a $3.55 billion crude export pipeline that would pump Ugandan oil for international ma ...

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We are hiring! Digital Media Sales Representative

We are hiring! Digital Media Sales Representative

We are looking for an experienced individual to set up and manage our online advertising and marketing tasks. To apply for this position please click through to the online applica ...

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Canon strengthens presence in Nigeria

Canon strengthens presence in Nigeria

Canon, an imaging and business solutions company, has strengthened its presence in Nigeria with three local service centres across three major cities of Lagos, Abuja and Port Harc ...

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OPEC oil output rises to 2017 high

OPEC oil output rises to 2017 high

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, (OPEC) oil output rose in July by 90,000 barrels per day (bpd) to a 2017 high, led by a further recovery in supply from Libya, o ...

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10 largest companies in Africa

10 largest companies in Africa

Africa’s largest companies based on financial performance are chronicled in the Africa Report’s top 500 companies, the most recent of which was published in 2012 based on 2010 per ...

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Google to create 10 million African jobs by 2022

Google to create 10 million African jobs by 2022

Google is continuing in its aim to create 10 million African jobs in the next five years by training 100,000 software developers in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa. A million Afri ...

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Barclays Africa posts 7% profit rise

Barclays Africa posts 7% profit rise

Barclays Africa Group has posted a 7% half-year rise in profits driven by strong regional earnings growth set against a significant economic downturn in the region. The group’s ov ...

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