Tuesday, 20 November 2018

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  • Madagascar election result to be challenged

    Madagascar election result to be challenged

    Madagascar’s presidential election result is likely to face stiff legal challenges, following accusations of electoral fraud and corruption against the electoral body. AFP says app ...

  • Pioneer Foods revenue up three percent

    Pioneer Foods revenue up three percent

    Packaged goods company Pioneer Foods on Monday reported a three percent increase to R20.2 billion in revenue for the year ended September 30, while volumes were up four percent, in ...

  • Egypt and Ethiopia to discuss Nile dam difference

    Egypt and Ethiopia to discuss Nile dam difference

    Egypt said on Sunday it would hold talks with Ethiopia in the next two weeks to iron out differences over an Ethiopian dam on the River Nile that Cairo sees as a threat to its wate ...

  • One year after the fall of Robert Mugabe

    One year after the fall of Robert Mugabe

    As Zimbabwe marks a year since the dramatic events which led to the departure of long-time leader Robert Mugabe, Makamba Online looks at the key events and changes in the post Muga ...

Africa is rising: New report on Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic outlook

Africa is rising: New report on Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic outlook

Global measurement company Nielsen, this week, has released its pioneering African Prospects Indicator (APi) that for the first time, provides existing and potential investors in ...

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IMF content with Kenya economic performance

IMF content with Kenya economic performance

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed satisfaction with Kenya’s economic performance. The Bretton Woods institute’s Executive Board has completed the first ...

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7 start-up funding ideas for small businesses

7 start-up funding ideas for small businesses

"When you start a new business, you need money to get it off the ground. You need the money to rent or purchase space for the business, furniture and equipment, supplies, professi ...

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CBN blamed for delisting of government bonds

CBN blamed for delisting of government bonds

An international economic think-tank blamed the Central Bank of Nigeria'’s contentious handling of the foreign exchange (FX) market led to JP Morgan to phase out Federal ...

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Rwanda SMEs receive financial boost

Rwanda SMEs receive financial boost

A loan agreement recently signed between the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) and Access Bank Rwanda is anticipated to enhance inclusive growth and job creation in the East A ...

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2015 marks a turning point for African investment

2015 marks a turning point for African investment

BEIJING (APO) – This year Africa will have witnessed 19 elections, and the formation of many new governments. Many of these administrations will seek to improve living conditions ...

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Standard Bank wins big at Euromoney Awards

Standard Bank wins big at Euromoney Awards

Standard Bank announced it had been voted the Best Overall Bank in Africa in the 2015 Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards. The bank also received several additional awards in ...

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Focus: Mining Africa

Focus: Mining Africa

SA suffers a downturn, while Nigeria takes advantage of its vast mineral resources.Two of Africa’s economic powerhouses’, South African and Nigeria, are set to embark on new paths ...

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Incentivise companies to boost innovation

Incentivise companies to boost innovation

PRETORIA (SANews) – The South African Government should incentivise people so as to encourage them to be innovative and succeed, says a representative of the Trade and Industrial ...

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Women entrepreneurs to benefit from new SA-Zim trade talks

Women entrepreneurs to benefit from new SA-Zim trade talks

JOHANNESBURG - A just-ended trade fair exhibition in South Africa and Zimbabwe is expected to create a new market for women entrepreneurs of the two neighbouring countries. The tw ...

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