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Pan-African legal firm Centurion Law Group rebrands as CLG 
09-05-2024 | 15:09:51
The rebrand aligns closely with the firm’s mission to consolidate its position as the leading legal practice and business advisor in an ever-evolving energy environment.
Centurion Law Group announces Oneyka Cindy Ojogbo, Zion Adeoye as new partners and shareholders
16-08-2023 | 11:50:00
Representing the first Africa-focused firm to list on the German Stock Exchange, the promotion of Ojogbo and Adeoye serves as a testament to their leadership and proficiency within Africa’s legal field, as well as dedication to driving sustainable development across the continent.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Cushioning food systems from shocks
14-03-2023 | 14:56:37
This week, thousands of delegates across the continent and beyond are gathered in Kigali, Rwanda for the African Green Revolution Forum, AGRF, an annual event bringing governments and partners together around food security and making safe, nutritious foods produced in a sustainable way available to all Africans.
[Interview] Goodie M. Ibru, Fondateur, Ikeja Hotel, Nigeria
14-03-2023 | 14:56:35
Avec plus d'un demi-siècle d'expérience dans la propriété et la gestion d'entreprises, Goodie M. Ibru est le fondateur de l'Ikeja Hotel Plc, le fondateur et partenaire principal de G.M. Ibru & Co. et l'actuel Vice-Président (Afrique de l'Ouest) de l'African Business Roundtable.
[Interview] Dr. Thomas W. Laryea, Conseiller Juridique, Orrick, USA
14-03-2023 | 14:56:30
Thomas Laryea est un avocat international spécialisé dans la restructuration de la dette souveraine à l'échelle mondiale et dans le financement et l'investissement en Afrique. Également membre de la prestigieuse organisation The African Business Roundtable, M. Laryea offre un aperçu des structures économiques publiques et privées en Afrique et dans le monde.
[Interview] Dr. Thomas W. Laryea, Legal Counsel, Orrick, USA
14-03-2023 | 14:56:29
Dr. Thomas Laryea is an international lawyer focused on sovereign debt restructuring globally and Africa-related finance and investment. Also a member of the prestigious organization, The African Business Roundtable, Dr. Laryea offers expert insights into both public and private economy structures in Africa, and globally.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Banks rally behind women-led SMEs
14-03-2023 | 14:56:13
The NNPC has an approximated value of 50 trillion naira. With oil and gas infrastructure in Nigeria constantly plagued by mischief and vandalism, an ECOWAS expert has profferred a very interesting solution to this persisting problem
[Interview] Janusz Luterek, Partner, Hahn & Hahn Attorneys, South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:56:02
Janusz Luterek, a partner at South Africa-based law firm Hahn & Hahn Attorneys will be speaking at the Future Foods Conference on the legal impediments to launching novel foodstuffs in South Africa. 
[Column] Mthokozisi Maphumulo: Business insurance policies to rescue business amid the recent unrest and looting in South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:55:32
The recent events of unrest and looting of shops in South Africa, particularly in KZN and Gauteng have certainly been worrying for business owners.
[Column] Chido Pamela Mafongoya, Veedushi Mooloo: How Mauritius can take advantage of the African Continental Free Trade Area
14-03-2023 | 14:55:23
The AfCFTA gives Mauritius market access estimated to be as large as 1.3 billion people across Africa, with a combined gross domestic product (GDP) of $3.4 trillion.
[Column] Pablo Mitogo: Why are companies in Equatorial Guinea spending money in times of crisis?
14-03-2023 | 14:55:15
The wave of chaos has also reached companies, especially in small economies such as Equatorial Guinea. Many companies have seen their volume of activity decrease drastically, with subsequent cost reductions. The question remains how does a company reduce costs without drowning the company?
[Column] NJ Ayuk: It’s time for the legal profession to embrace change
14-03-2023 | 14:55:01
Under the best economic circumstances, paying for legal services can be difficult for small businesses and startups.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: Between extortion and the sanctity of Petroleum contracts in Nigeria, DRC and Senegal
14-03-2023 | 14:54:22
Last week, a UK commercial court gave reason to a claim by engineering company P&ID, which demands over USD$9 billion from the Nigerian government over a failed gas deal.
[Column] Olagoke Aluko: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) regulations lead the way in reshaping consumer behaviour and industry in Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:22
Kenya has paid a heavy price in lives lost for its slow uptake of LPG as a cooking fuel.
[Column] Wildu du Plessis: A new opportunity for African nations to work together, overcome challenges
14-03-2023 | 14:54:13
As parts of the world appear to fragment or turn inwards, there is a new opportunity for African nations to work together and speak with one voice, now that the operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area has been launched.
[Column] Michael Arum: Sugar industry faces exacerbated decline and extinction on proposed regulations in Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:12
Kenya’s sugar industry has many natural advantages, almost all of which have been undermined by policy and public mismanagement that has seen its productivity slump.
[Interview] René Stegmann, Director, Relocation Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:57
René Stegmann is a South African entrepreneur experienced in the Mobility, Research and Immigration industries, and is currently the Director of Relocation Africa.
[Interview] Jude Menes, Founder, Menes Konsult, United States
14-03-2023 | 14:53:51
Jude Menes is a Nigerian-American attorney and founder of Menes Konsult Firms, in partnership with Europlaw, a group of firms dedicated to advising and guiding foreign investors and relations in Africa.
The Ugandan Competition Enforcement - a comparison with South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:27
Ugandan businesses are becoming increasingly mindful of competition requirements and domestic antitrust laws when engaging in commercial transactions in other African jurisdictions.
[Column] Nick Altini: South Africa new competition law a boost to SMEs
14-03-2023 | 14:53:14
The Competition Amendment Bill (Bill), introduced in parliament in South Africa recently, has clearly shown that enabling small and medium enterprises and Previously Disadvantaged Individuals to be able to successfully compete in the market.
[Column] Darryl Bernstein: Demand for compliance lawyers is growing in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:52:59
In Africa, the demand for local compliance lawyers has risen significantly as having on-the-ground expertise in the countries where business dealings are taking place, is essential.
[Column] Joyce Karanja Ng’ang’a: Saving jobs is a priority for African competition authorities
14-03-2023 | 14:52:57
Avoiding or limiting job losses when companies merge has become a major priority for competition authorities throughout East and Southern Africa.
[Column] Dominique Collett: Regtech - the new fintech, driven by complex financial regulations
14-03-2023 | 14:52:39
“There are three elements driving interest in regulatory technology (regtech) in South Africa and abroad, explains Dominique Collett, senior investment executive at Rand Merchant Investment Holdings and head of AlphaCode, a club for fintech entrepreneurs.
Taking security over a South African bank account as a workable option for a foreign lender
14-03-2023 | 14:52:25
Given the political and economic uncertainty in South Africa, foreign lenders are becoming increasingly focused on the type of security available in South Africa to secure their loan.
[Column] Dr. Richard Malkin: Legalising dagga creates a minefield in the workplace
14-03-2023 | 14:52:16
South Africa seems to be following the trend in the US to legalise cannabis. Last year, Judge Dennis Davis ruled in a full bench decision of the Western Cape High Court that the use and cultivation of cannabis by an adult in a private home is constitutionally legal.
[Column] John Syekei: No place in Kenyan healthtech for ‘Wild West’ approach to data
14-03-2023 | 14:52:10
Technology has taken off in Kenya like wildfire, where the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors are the latest industries to embrace its benefits.
[Column] Phylis Wakiaga: Protecting intellectual property rights to drive industrialization
14-03-2023 | 14:52:01
In the 2017 Global Innovation Index, institutions that nurture and support the flourishing of innovation, regardless of whether it is research-based or not, were identified as critical to industrial growth.
Bring 'hidden' employee costs to light before the deal is done
14-03-2023 | 14:51:58
While it's unlikely that a company changing hands would deliberately conceal any employee costs and liabilities from potential buyers, due to the buyer's unfamiliarity with the local employment landscape it is possible to miss some employee costs..
Investors hiring expats in Africa must demonstrate importance of skills - Bowmans Law Firm
14-03-2023 | 14:51:53
East African countries are grappling to balance two sometimes conflicting needs. On the one hand, they want to encourage foreign investment. On the other, they want to ensure that local skills and labour are not displaced by imported skills.
South Africa constitution comes to the fore in North African cargo dispute
14-03-2023 | 14:51:47
At first glance, it might seem unlikely that South Africa’s Constitution could be instrumental in deciding a cargo dispute with its roots in a 40-year-long North African territory deadlock.
[Column] Leana Englebrecht: Swaziland Competition Commission requires payment of higher merger filing fees
14-03-2023 | 14:51:42
In Swaziland, mergers are classified as either small mergers or large mergers.
[Column] Lana Jacobs: Cyber pirates threaten shipping security
14-03-2023 | 14:51:40
Increased vessel automation, integration and digitization are the inevitable future of shipping, adding cyber-attacks to the usual concerns of ship-owners and insurers.
[Column] Betsie Strydom and Wandisile Mandlana: New tax measures to curb abuse of mining rehabilitation funds are a missed opportunity
14-03-2023 | 14:51:39
The National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (NEMA) places the responsibility for remediating environmental damage, pollution or ecological degradation arising from mining operations on mining companies as the holders of prospecting or mining rights.
[Column] Lischa Gerstle: Foreign lenders should be aware of credit and loan requirements in South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:51:35
When a foreign lender advances a loan to a South African borrower (or its group members), the South African Exchange Control Regulations, the National Credit Act and the financial assistance section of the Companies Act are of key relevance.
[Column] Nick Altini: The dawn of an era in effective competition regulation in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:51:13
Roughly half of the African continent already has competition legislation in place, although some of these systems are not yet functional, and there are new systems coming into force all the time.
[Column] Jens Ischebeck: Is Kenya really an M-Learning Paradise?
14-03-2023 | 14:50:50
M-learning, or 'Mobile Learning', has become increasingly popular in recent years with students participating in courses from all around the globe.
Norton Rose Fulbright to strengthen their presence in Africa
19-01-2023 | 12:52:08
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced a new Africa leadership group to help steer its acclaimed, Tier 1 Africa practice.
Bolloré Africa Logistics signe le contrat de concession du Terminal bois port de Douala
14-12-2022 | 09:41:00
Bolloré Africa Logistics et le Port Autonome de Douala ont procédé à Douala, à la signature du contrat de concession du Terminal Bois du Port de Douala (TBPD).
Binance boosts its global law enforcement training programme to meet growing demand
30-09-2022 | 08:30:00
The programme—the industry’s first coordinated effort across the globe—was created by Binance to help law enforcement and prosecutors detect financial and cybercrimes and to assist in the prosecution of bad actors.
Andersen Global broadens footprint in Ethiopia with tax firm HIMA
08-09-2022 | 10:27:31
Led by Managing Partner Nabiyu Feto and founded in 2015, HIMA works closely with clients to provide comprehensive tax solutions for their business needs in the emerging Ethiopian market.
Andersen Global expands operations into Tanzania
01-09-2022 | 09:31:58
Andersen Global continues to add depth to its Africa platform through a Collaboration Agreement with Tanzania-based law firm Lawhill and Co. Advocates.
Andersen Global expands into the Ghana market
08-06-2022 | 14:10:40
Andersen Global has advanced its African coverage through a Collaboration Agreement with Ghana-based tax firm LIMA Partners.
Baker McKenzie appoints Lerisha Naidu as Johannesburg office managing partner
01-06-2022 | 11:15:33
Leading global law firm Baker McKenzie announced that Lerisha Naidu has been appointed Managing Partner of the Johannesburg office.
Andersen Global expands into the Central African Republic
01-04-2022 | 15:45:37
Andersen Global enters the Central African Republic with collaborating firm Rigo Parse Avocat, further extending its geographic coverage in the region.
BonelliErede cooperates with Libya's Zahaf & Partners to expand African footprint
30-03-2022 | 09:09:00
Italian law firm BonelliErede, announced a cooperation with Zahaf & Partners, a Libyan law firm, to enable BonelliErede expand its presence in the country, thereby continuing on a path of strategic development
Andersen Global enhances African platform with additional coverage in Mali
14-03-2022 | 14:59:13
Andersen Global has added complementary tax capabilities to its existing platform in Mali with collaborating firm Kanaga Consulting, reinforcing its commitment to provide clients with comprehensive coverage locally and globally.
TDB Group and ALSF sign agreement to build the capacity of public sector lawyers in Africa
07-12-2021 | 08:08:06
The Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank Group (TDB Group) and the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate on the development and delivery of capacity building training programs for public sector lawyers in Africa.
Andersen Global expands African footprint by opening office in Gabon
17-11-2021 | 09:59:48
Andersen Global enters a Collaboration Agreement with Gabon-based tax firm Caudexco, further bolstering its foothold in the country and expanding its resources in the region.
Andersen Global enhances African platform with Cameroon-based collaborating firm
27-10-2021 | 09:09:23
Phoenix Advisory includes Managing Partner Albert Désiré Zang and more than 10 professionals. The firm provides tax services to individuals, businesses and corporations based in Cameroon and other African countries.
Andersen Global expands into Botswana
19-10-2021 | 13:47:39
Bolstering the organization’s footprint in Africa, Andersen Global enters a Collaboration Agreement with tax firm AccPro Accountants in Botswana.
La CPI conclut l'audience de confirmation des charges dans l’affaire Said
15-10-2021 | 09:31:00
L'audience de confirmation des charges dans l'affaire Le Procureur c. Mahamat Said Abdel Kani s'est terminée devant la Chambre préliminaire II de la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) du juge Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua et de la juge Tomoko Akane.
Centurion Law launches flagship Africa Investment Guides in Nigeria
12-10-2021 | 15:42:44
After extensive research and continuous development, Centurion Law Group has launched the Africa Investment Guides series in Nigeria, developed to serve as the African countries’ guide in reflecting and navigating through tough economic times.
UNESCO launches Portuguese version of its Toolkit for the Judiciary in Africa
21-09-2021 | 07:52:00
UNESCO has launched the Portuguese version of its Legal Standards on Freedom of Expression: Toolkit for the Judiciary in Africa.
TalkCounsel introduces the gig economy in the Nigerian legal industry
16-09-2021 | 12:26:03
As legal practice in Nigeria continues to grow in size and capacity, and considering the current state of the world, it is evident that a conflation of law and technology should take place.
[South Africa] DLA Piper appoints two Directors to Johannesburg office
09-09-2021 | 09:35:00
DLA Piper announced the appointment of two Directors to its Johannesburg office, Tumisang Mongae, who joined the Litigation & Regulatory practice from 1 September 2021 and Sibonelo Mdluli, who joined the Corporate practice on 1 August.
Competition Tribunal approves Transaction Capital and WeBuyCars merger in South Africa
11-08-2021 | 09:56:00
The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has unconditionally approved the large merger whereby Transaction Capital (TC), through its wholly owned subsidiary, Transaction Capital Motor Holdco (TCMH) will increase its shareholding in We Buy Cars.
Andersen Global partners with Payce Consulting to enhance Gambian foothold
29-07-2021 | 08:06:00
Andersen Global continues its Africa expansion with the addition of collaborating firm Payce Consulting, adding dimension to the organization’s existing presence in The Gambia.
[Lesotho] Andersen Global enters collaboration agreement with Webber Newdigate Attorneys
28-06-2021 | 09:01:32
Andersen Global extends its African presence through a Collaboration Agreement with one of Lesotho’s largest law firms, Webber Newdigate Attorneys, enhancing the organization’s coverage in the southern region of the continent.
[South Africa] Competition Tribunal approves sale of Sasol's16 air separation units to Air Liquide
16-06-2021 | 13:35:00
Sasol announced that the Competition Tribunal approved its sale of 16 air separation units (ASUs) to Air Liquide, concluding the final outstanding suspensive condition from the agreement.
Law firm Al Tamimi & Company grows MENA footprint with new office in Egypt
08-04-2021 | 18:38:51
Al Tamimi & Company will provide critical guidance to companies navigating complex cross-border transactions in the maritime, shipping and customs sectors.
ENSafrica expands exclusive WSG membership in Africa
23-03-2021 | 09:08:37
World Services Group (WSG) announced that ENSafrica has expanded its global membership with five new jurisdictions in Africa in addition to South Africa and Mauritius: Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda and Uganda.
Andersen solidifies Africa platform
23-02-2021 | 14:49:11
Following its rapid expansion in Africa, Andersen Global is now unifying its African member firms under the brand “Andersen.”
Andersen Global expands into Mauritius
10-02-2021 | 08:11:46
Andersen Global further enhances the depth and breadth of its African platform through a Collaboration Agreement with Mauritius-based law firm Prism Chambers.
Global law firm DLA Piper announces leadership changes in Africa
03-02-2021 | 09:16:00
Global law firm DLA Piper has appointed Peter Somekh as Managing Partner of its Africa practice.
Andersen Global expands coverage in South Africa
02-02-2021 | 07:46:35
Andersen Global has enhanced its presence in South Africa through a Collaboration Agreement with full-service accounting and tax consulting firm SAB&T Business Consulting.
Andersen Global enters Libyan market
25-01-2021 | 07:57:27
Andersen Global continues to reinforce its competitive edge in the African region through a Collaboration Agreement with full-service tax firm Kashadah & Co. in Libya.
Andersen Global enters Malawi
21-01-2021 | 08:13:29
Andersen Global establishes a foothold in the Malawi market through a Collaboration Agreement with Knight & Knight, bolstering its platform on the African continent and adding additional coverage in the eastern region.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: Angolan legal reforms show how Africa can use oil and gas to create jobs
15-01-2021 | 14:38:00
The restructuring of the sector, that resulted in the creation of the ANPG and the reorientation of Sonangol, is arguably one of the greatest achievements of H.E. Diamantino Pedro Azevedo, Angola’s Minister of Mineral Resources and Petroleum who was brought in to reform the sector.
United States, Morocco sign cultural property agreement
15-01-2021 | 08:40:00
The U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco David T. Fischer and Morocco’s Minister of Culture Othmane El Ferdaous signed a bilateral Memorandum of Understanding that protects Moroccan cultural property.
Andersen Global expands operations into Guinea-Bissau
14-01-2021 | 08:01:10
Further developing its African platform, Andersen Global expands its presence through a Collaboration Agreement with law firm Pinto Pereira & Associados, the CRA Law representative in Guinea-Bissau.
Andersen Global expands operations into Congo
08-01-2021 | 07:04:54
Further enhancing its African presence, Andersen Global has entered the Republic of Congo by way of a Collaboration Agreement with tax and legal firm Africa Tax & Legal Services.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: Nigeria’s changing legal regime: Is Africa’s biggest oil producer within reach of a new oil law?
11-11-2020 | 11:45:58
The African Energy Chamber has published a report outlining its short-term predictions for the continent. That report identifies Nigeria as the country with the most potential for increasing hydrocarbon production.
[Column] Rubesh Doomun: What lessons can be drawn from the MV Wakashio Incident?
20-10-2020 | 08:28:52
Much ink, and oil, has already been spilled about Mauritius having to deal with an ecological catastrophe. A few weeks before, everything was operating at leisurely speed on the south-east of Mauritius.
Andersen Global expands into Djibouti
16-10-2020 | 09:44:00
Andersen Global has established a presence in Djibouti’s emerging market through a Collaboration Agreement with Djibouti City-based Cabinet Avocats & Associés.
Andersen Global expands into Algeria
24-09-2020 | 15:29:33
Andersen Global hass announced it entered the Algerian market by way of a Collaboration Agreement with full-service tax firm Cabinet Hadj Ali.
Andersen Global grows East African footprint with entry into Burundi
04-09-2020 | 08:30:32
Andersen Global continues to expand its platform in East Africa through a Collaboration Agreement with Burundi-based CN & Associates.
Andersen Global enters Sudan
31-08-2020 | 14:17:31
Andersen Global has entered into a Collaboration Agreement with the law firm Ali Gailoub and Samia El Hashmi in Sudan.
Kenya Association of Air Operators writes to Parliament over KQ, KAA Merger Bill
31-08-2020 | 09:46:00
A Bill that seeks to bring “through the back door” the previously proposed and rejected merger between troubled Kenya Airways and the Kenya Airports Authority is before Parliament.
Bank of Mauritius revokes banking licence of Century Banking Corporation
26-08-2020 | 11:13:30
The Bank of Mauritius, acting under section 17 of the Banking Act 2004, revoked the Islamic Banking Licence of Century Banking Corporation (CBC) with immediate effect.
COMESA,EAC, SADC develop electronic Corridor Trip Monitoring System
25-08-2020 | 11:58:00
A regional electronic Corridor Trip Monitoring System which will allow cross border road transport operators, drivers, regulators and law enforcement agencies to record and monitor driver wellness data has been approved by the Tripartite group.
Andersen Global expands into Eritrea
24-08-2020 | 12:40:04
Andersen Global further expands its regional coverage in East Africa through a Collaboration Agreement with Berhane Gila-Michael and Associates, the oldest and largest law firm in Eritrea.
Andersen Global launches operations in South Sudan
21-08-2020 | 08:47:00
Andersen Global continues to strengthen its presence in Africa through a Collaboration Agreement with Ajo & Co. Advocates, one of the largest law firms in the Republic of South Sudan.
Andersen Global teams up with Juri Partner to expand into Mali
17-08-2020 | 11:48:00
Andersen Global has announced its debut in Mali through a Collaboration Agreement with Bamako-based tax and legal firm Juri-Partner.
WCFCB prepares to cover domestic workers in Zambia
13-08-2020 | 13:52:00
In an effort to cover the informal sector in Zambia, Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB) has embarked on a programme to extend social protection to the informal economy and domestic workers will be given priority this year.
Andersen Global expands into Gabon
12-08-2020 | 08:04:00
Andersen Global announces its expansion into Gabon through a Collaboration Agreement with Libreville-based Business & Law Consulting.
[South Africa] Eskom, SIU initiate steps to recoup funds from former executives
07-08-2020 | 15:55:00
Eskom and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) issued summons in the North Gauteng High Court to recover funds from former Eskom executives, former Board members, members of the Gupta family and their associates, and others.
U.S. Treasury sanctions criminal network threatening stability, security of Libya
07-08-2020 | 12:25:00
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took action against a network of smugglers contributing to instability in Libya.
High Court rules in favour of government to localise production of industrial components in South Africa
06-08-2020 | 12:56:35
The Gauteng High Court ruled in favour of Government in a matter involving procurement conditions applicable to electrical transformers, a judgement that will boost efforts to localise production of key industrial components in South Africa.
[South Africa] Santam commits R1 billion in relief to contingent business interruption clients
31-07-2020 | 16:11:00
Santam will pay up to R1 billion in urgent relief to policyholders in the hospitality, leisure and non-essential retail services industries who have the Contingent Business Interruption (CBI) extension in their policy cover with the company.
Andersen Global expands into Benin
31-07-2020 | 15:30:00
Andersen Global has announced its entrance into Cotonou, Benin with the addition of collaborating firm Fiduciaire Conseil and Assistance (FCA), a full-service tax and legal firm founded 20 years ago.
[South Africa] Eskom wins tariffs hike case, allowed to recover R69bn equity injections
30-07-2020 | 09:37:00
The High Court delivered the Judgement on the Eskom Board review of the National Energy Regulator of South Africa’s (NERSA’s) decision on the Multi-Year Price Determination (MYPD), which requires Eskom to recover the R69bn.
Andersen Global launches operations in Togo
29-07-2020 | 09:31:29
Andersen Global has announced its debut in Togo by way of a Collaboration Agreement with one of Lomé’s largest tax and legal firms, VAS Consulting.
South African Reserve Bank imposes administrative sanctions on three life insurers
29-07-2020 | 08:48:00
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has imposed administrative sanctions on three life insurers and directed them to take remedial actions.
Centurion Law launches Africa’s first sports, media and entertainment practice
28-07-2020 | 08:34:00
The Centurion Law Group has launched Africa’s first sports, media & entertainment practice to further support the rapidly growing sports & entertainment industry across Africa.
Chevron to acquire Noble Energy in $13 billion deal
22-07-2020 | 09:53:00
Chevron Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement with Noble Energy to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Noble Energy in an all-stock transaction valued at $5 billion, or $10.38 per share.
[Kenya] KAM appoints Mucai Kunyiha as new Chair
22-07-2020 | 08:41:27
The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) has appointed Mucai Kunyiha as the new National Chairman to lead the organization for a two-year term.
Abbot Laboratories faces multimillion-dollar lawsuit over contract compliance with African Covid-19 Test Kits
08-07-2020 | 11:28:00
The Centurion Law Group has been engaged to institute legal action against American multinational health care company Abbott Laboratories for willfully undersupplying African suppliers of COVID-19 test kits
African Energy Chamber hopeful for quick resolution over fuel shortages in Tanzania
07-07-2020 | 08:44:00
The African Energy Chamber expresses its concerns over the alleged arrest and detention of three energy executives in Tanzania last week.
Souley Amadou appointed Acting General Counsel, Director of Legal Service Department, AfDB
01-07-2020 | 09:56:00
The African Development Bank (AfDB) announces the appointment of Mr. Souley Amadou as Acting General Counsel and Director of the Legal Service Department, effective 1 July 2020.
Andersen Global adds presence in Liberia
30-06-2020 | 09:05:47
Andersen Global has announced an added presence in Africa through a Collaboration Agreement with full-service accounting firm BICON Inc. in Liberia.

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