The Egyptian government, represented by the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade and the Ministry of Planning, this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Visa Inc., to enable electronic payment of government subsidies to 22 million Egyptian families
uniBank has been awarded the Best SME Bank in Ghana for the 2015 financial year at the 9th edition of the Banker Africa Awards; a landmark annual event for African Businesses which is held in corporation with BusinessinAfrica Events and under the patronage of the African Development Bank.
The Director General of the National Committee of remote sensing and geographic information (CNTIG), Dr Edward Fonh-Gbéi announced Thursday in Abidjan the technological contribution of its structure in the areas of rural land and coffee-cocoa sector.
Foremost African financial institution, Guaranty Trust Bank plc, has been listed among the top 500 global banking brands in a study conducted by Brand Finance, one of the world’s leading brand valuation consultancy.
Merck has expanded its digital health accelerator programme, opening it up in the first country outside its home territory of Germany.
When you experience a good business partnership that truly cares for you, you will walk away feeling good. This is almost a practice that should be the norm.
In line with global trends, 2015 was a challenging year for African capital markets in the wake of market volatility and the emergence of renewed global economic uncertainty in the latter part of the year, while the first half resulted in the highest levels of both equity capital markets transactions and proceeds raised in the past five years.
Paul Simms is current Chairman of eyeforpharma, an organisation famous for brokering pharma-government meetings across continents.
His interview with Africa Business Communities:
The Amstel Hotel, located at the Amstel River in the heart of Amsterdam, is the perfect location to meet with top business professionals operating in Africa
A wide range of energy sources exist on the continent. Yet, more than 600 million Africans lack access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services.