The President & CEO of USADF and the Governor of Kebbi State, Nigeria signed a MOU announcing their intention to develop and expand local agricultural enterprises in the northern Nigerian state.
The East Africa cement market reached a volume of 14.4 Million tonnes in 2017.
Sureswipe has acquired a 50.1% majority stake in the Point of Sale software company Humble Till, a move which will enhance Sureswipe’s offering to small and medium-sized businesses using card payment solutions in-store.
The landing of four fibre-optic international submarine cables in recent years dramatically reduced the cost of phone calls and internet access.
Liquid Telecom collected the Best Network Improvement award at the annual AfricaCom Awards last week, in recognition of the recent completion of its Cape to Cairo network.
A new book by McKinsey confirms that Africa is poised for economic acceleration, akin to the Asian boom.
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The South African government is pulling out all the stops to improve the country’s investment climate with the aim of attracting more investments to achieve the target of $100 billion worth of investments.
The Ghanaian Government has set aside GH¢400 million, with an additional funding of $14.0 million from the Africa Development Bank, towards the establishment of the Ghana Incentive Base Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending next year.
Egypt and the Eurasian Economic Union have signed a framework document for negotiations on the free trade agreement between both sides
Mexican investments in Egypt hit $950 million, in the fields of contracting, machinery parts factories, automobiles, technology, cement, petroleum, and veterinary medical materials.
The South Africa Department of Labour is warning the public against a bogus website doing rounds on social media platforms promising the UIF benefits.
Egypt's textile exports increased during January-September, 2018 by 10% to reach $678 million compared to $614 million during the same period last year.
The Angolan State Minister for Economic and Social Development, Manuel Nunes Junior and the Chairman and CEO of Total have inaugurated the Kaombo project.
Alstom will be part of the inauguration of the Tangier-Casablanca high speed line with its very high-speed trains supplied and delivered to the Office National des Chemins de Fer Marocain (ONCF).
The Satrix Momentum Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) bringing the number of ETFs listed on the exchange in 2018 to 12.
The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the Omidyar Network have announced a partnership to establish legal digital identities in Africa.
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization is providing South Sudan meat processors with new skills and tools to help improve food security and the income of the rural population.
Common Market for East and Southern Africa, COMESA, and the European Union have signed a €53 million trade facilitation facility.
The new Customs Tariff in force since August may be subject to some adjustments, after evaluating internal production capacities, Angola’s Finance Minister Archer Mangueira has said.