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Published: 11 Mar 2020 00:56

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Africa, EU: Africa and the European Union: A partnership for the future

Both sides will need to invest in it. Europe for its part is ambitious and keen to discuss with our African partners how we can shape our shared future ...

Source: The Cable (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa, UK:  First UK-Africa Investment Summit Signals Post-Brexit Plans for Continent

The British government promoted the first ever UK-Africa Investment Summit held in London in January 2020 as an opportunity to "showcase and promote the breadth and quality of investment opportunities across Africa." Prime Minister Boris Johnson was clear on why the event was crucial for his country at this particular time: "Africa is the future and the UK has a huge and ...

Source: Africa Renewal (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: Africa must take substantial efforts to attract private investments into renewables: IMF

African countries must make substantial efforts to attract private investment to the renewable sector, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday in its "Finance & Development" Magazine. (function(){var ...

Source: Masress (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: Statistics indicate growth for Africa's tourism, hospitality sector

In the backdrop of several large hotel chains investing in Africa, it is very essential to retain the local essence as well. Be it open APIs allowing more ...

Source: The Guardian (Nigeria) (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Angola, Netherlands: Dutch businesspeople invest in Angolan logistics chain

Speaking at a meeting with a business mission from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, composed of 25 members, with emphasis on businesspeople and government representatives, the minister underlined that the partnership will enable the Government to achieve the goals related to the promotion of national production and the diversification of economy. In this process, Ricardo ...

Source: Angop Angola Press Agency (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Egypt, Ethiopia, USA: Trouble as Trump Dives in to Help Ally Egypt in Nile Mega-Dam Dispute With Ethiopia

Ethiopia is adamant it will not be strong-armed by the US in talks to end the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam dispute. As the US swings from observer to power broker, the stalemate is splitting the Arab world and Africa. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a massive hydroelectric power plant being constructed on the Blue Nile in Ethiopia. In mid-January, ...

Source: Deutsche Welle (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana: 5 Investment Opportunities In Ghana and reasons to invest in Ghana

Today, Ghana is not only the best place for doing business in West Africa, but the fastest growing economy in the world according to the World Bank's ...

Source: africabuzzfeed.com (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Kenya, USA:  Munya Dismisses Claims That U.S.-Kenya Trade Talks Undermines Regional Protocol

Nairobi — Kenya's move to pursue the international market through the US-Kenya trade deal should not be considered a breach of the region's protocol. Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya says the pact is the only way for the country to remain afloat on matters trade once the African Growth and Opportunities Act agreement (AGOA) expires in 2025. Under the AGOA ...

Source: Capital FM (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Mozambique: Mozambique doubles economic growth to 4.3% this year – Fitch Solutions

Consultant Fitch Solutions yesterday forecast that Mozambique’s economy will almost double its growth this year, registering an expansion of 4.3%, compared to 2.2% in 2019. “Following the slowdown in GDP [growth] to 2.2% in 2019, we expect the Mozambican economy to expand 4.3% in 2020 and 4.4% in 2021,” analysts of the consultancy owned by the same group ...

Source: Club of Mozambique (All News) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria:  Foreign Direct Investment - Govt Score High Marks

Nigerians may not notice, but, some agencies of the Federal Government of Nigeria, are stealthily re-writing the essence of doing business, as practiced globally. Often times, government policies have forced international investors to leave the Nigerian shores, but the example recently shown by Ms. Hadiza B. Usman, Managing Director of the Nigeria Ports Authority, is very ...

Source: This Day (08 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania, France:  France Lists Areas of Investment Interest in Tanzania

Dar es Salaam — Solar energy, climate and sustainable cities development are three areas of investment that France is more interested in Tanzania, the country's ambassador said yesterday, three months into the African France Summit scheduled for June this year. Mr Fredreic Clavier named the priority areas yesterday when briefing journalists on the official visits ...

Source: The Citizen (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zimbabwe, UK: Zimbabwe, UK step up re-engagement

Zimbabwe and Britain have begun laying the ground for formal political dialogue to normalise relations, it has been learnt. Despite domesticating the European Union stance on Zimbabwe on February 20 this year - following its departure from the bloc on January 30 - Britain has reportedly been making high-level ...

Source: Bulawayo24 News (08 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa

Africa, UK: Vodafone Group invests $25mln in AST & Science to improve service in Africa

(Ecofin Agency) - British telecom group Vodafone announced an investment of $25 million in Texas-based satellite manufacturer AST & Science.

Source: Ecofin Agency (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: LEARN FROM THE BEST: Rwandan industrialist always hunting for the next big business idea

This article is a beta sample of a brand new premium How we made it in Africa interview series, called “Learn from the best”, launching 1 April 2020. Every week, subscribers will receive an in-depth written interview with one of Africa’s most accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders. Through these honest, no-nonsense interviews, the continent’s most ...

Source: How We Made It in Africa (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: 54gene: Collecting African DNA to improve healthcare

The initiative will re-invest in the health ecosystem by empowering the next generation of African genomic scientists through the provision and ...

Source: Fair Planet (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: Experts urge Africa to explore

For trade, business investment and tourism, other modes of transport cannot serve us well, African governments have to support aviation," he stressed.

Source: xinhuanet (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: In Exchange For 7% Equity, Microtraction Will Now Invest $25k in African Startups

Microtraction, an early-stage investment platform has announced changes to the amount it invests in African startups and the percentage of equity it ...

Source: www.techawkng.com (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Africa: LPs to increase African PE allocation, finds survey

This is according to the AVCA's inaugural survey, which examines global and African LPs and General Partners' (GPs) attitudes to investing in African ...

Source: Africa Global Funds (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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East Africa

East Africa: How to reap the fruits of the digital economy

By The Citizen Reporter Dar es Salaam African countries  especially in sub-Saharan  have been advised that if they want to reap the benefits of digital technology development they should invest it with children and ensure they have access to digital education to develop their skills. The advice is contained in World Bank reports where it says the development ...

Source: Tanzanian Citizen (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Djibouti: AFC leads $63m Investment in renewable energy project in Djibouti

Africa Finance Corporation has announced a $63m strategic investment to construct and operate a 60MW wind project in the Ghoubet area, near Lake ...

Source: Africa Global Funds (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ethiopia, Switzerland: Swiss Firm to Digitise Modjo Dry Port

The company will conduct research on the Port's operating system and its information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure in order to design a system that integrates the Port with importers, exporters, gates and banks, explained Mengist Hailemariam (PhD), a project manager of the Port, which was established in 2009 and is situated 76Km southeast of the capital. ...

Source: Addis Fortune (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ethiopia, UK: Local Bottler Ships Water to England

Garanba Bottling, a subsidiary of B&C Aluminum Plc that bottles South Spring Water, has closed a deal with a UK-based company to export one million dollars worth of bottled water to England. Garanba Bottling signed the deal with the British company on January 1, 2020, and will deliver the water in a month. It will ship 1,200tn of bottled water as a trial run by ...

Source: Addis Fortune (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Kenya, Senegal, Iran:  President Kenyatta Receives Credentials From New Iran and Senegal Envoys

Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday received credentials from new envoys from the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Senegal at today at State House, Nairobi. The new ambassadors, Jafar Marmaki (Iran) and Ndongo Dieng (Senegal), said they will work to expand the relationship between Kenya and their countries. The new Iranian envoy said Kenya ...

Source: Capital FM (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Kenya, China: How Kenya’s ban on the slaughtering of donkeys might affect China

After years of constant pressure from animal rights activists, Kenya has placed a ban on the commercial slaughtering of donkeys in the East African country. In a recent report by African news, the population of donkeys in the country dropped from 1.8 million to 1.2 million in the last decade. In 2006, Kenya opened over 4 licensed donkey abattoirs and so far at least 1000 ...

Source: Ventures Africa (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Kenya:  Decline in Agriculture Dents Economic Growth

Agricultural productivity shrank by 3.2 per cent on the back of delayed long rains last year, dipping its contribution to the GDP, the latest budget policy statement shows. Consequently, the government has tabled a raft of measures to shore up the sector, which is the mainstay of the economy. The period under review was also characterised by an invasion of the fall army ...

Source: The Nation (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Rwanda, Belgium:  Belgium Hands Back Mining Colonial-Era Data to Rwanda

Rwanda is keen on diversifying mineral exports to shore-up foreign exchange revenues and bridge the trade deficit. The data and research on geology and mining in Rwanda, which was recorded during the colonial era by Belgium, have been digitised and returned to Kigali. The move will support Rwanda's mineral exploration efforts, according to Francis Gatare the Chief ...

Source: The New Times (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Rwanda, China:  Rwanda Scrambles for Alternative Sources of Imports

Rwandan traders are racing against time to find alternative sources of consumer goods and raw materials they used to import from China, as the coronavirus disruption to supply chains begins to deplete stocks. Rwanda imports from China electronics and electrical equipment, machinery, building materials, ceramic products, footwear and textiles, furniture, vehicle parts ...

Source: The East African (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Rwanda, Europe:  European Business Chamber Launched in Rwanda

A group of European businesses operating in Rwanda has come together to officially unveil the 'European Business Chamber of Rwanda', which they say will, among other things, promote business exchanges and policy conversations. The organisation was launched on Monday with 14 inaugural members. Giovanni Davite, one of the foreign businessmen who have been pushing for ...

Source: The New Times (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Rwanda:  How Govt Plans to Spur Collective Investment Schemes

The Government plans to adjust policies to foster collective investment schemes, especially in high value-added industries and service sectors. The plan is part of the resolutions of last month's National Leadership Retreat. The recent annual leaders' retreat, the 17th of its kind, had 16 resolutions. Four of them, including the last, were private sector-specific. ...

Source: The New Times (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Somalia, Norway: Norway helps Somalia to clear $365.9 million owed to World Bank Group

Already, the African Development Bank has also cleared Somalia, paving way ... Norway is one of the countries keen to invest in Somalia's oil and gas ...

Source: Garowonline (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Somalia: Somalia restores World Bank relationship after clearing arrears

The Somali government has cleared its arrears to the World Bank’s International Development Association, the bank said in a press statement on Thursday. This development  means that the war-ravaged nation can now borrow from the lender for the first time in 30 years. “With this clearance, Somalia has fully re-established its access to new resources from IDA and paved ...

Source: Ventures Africa (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan, Canada:  Canadian Minister of Small Busines Visits Sudan Pavilion At Mining Exhibition in Canada

Toronto — The Canadian Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade Mary Ng has paid a visit to the Sudan Pavilion at the International Mining Exhibition held in Toronto, Canada, during March 1 to 4. The Canadian Minister met with the delegation of Sudan headed by the Director of the Public Authority for Geological Research Suleiman ...

Source: Sudan News Agency (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan, Germany:  Steinmeier's Visit to Khartoum Boosts Sudan Bid Against Isolation

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's visit to Khartoum this week has become the latest marketing tool for the transitional government to help Sudan out of international isolation. Mr Steinmeier became the first German President to visit Khartoum since 1985, and is the highest ranking global leader to visit Sudan since the ouster of Omar al-Bashir last April. His ...

Source: The Nation (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan, Italy:  Dr. Hamdouk Receives Invitation to Visit Italy

Khartoum — The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, received in his office Wednesday the visiting Italian Deputy Foreign Minister, Emanuela C. Del Re, and affirmed Sudan keenness to consolidate its relations and cooperation with Italy in all domains. Present at the meeting was the Foreign Minister, Asma Mohamed Abdalla. In a press statement after the meeting, ...

Source: Sudan News Agency (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan:  National Investment Authority Develops Plans to Attract Investors

Khartoum — The Secretary General of the National Investment Authority (NIA) Hanan Musnad has revealed NIA plans and programs to amend the investment law to give more positive advantages to investors to encourage investment. During her address to the Sudanese Indian Businessmen Forum at Al-Salam-Khartoum Hotel organized by the Indian Embassy in Khartoum, Hanan said ...

Source: Sudan News Agency (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan:  Hamdouk Meets AfDB's Delegation

Khartoum — Prime Minister Dr. Abdallah Hamdouk met at his office here Thursday the delegation of the African Development Bank (AfDB), headed by the bank's vice-president Ms. Jennifer Blanke. The meeting discussed aspects of cooperation between the Sudan and the African Development Bank, especially in the field of agricultural projects financing and investment in ...

Source: Sudan News Agency (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Sudan:  Decree Stopping Peanut Exports

Khartoum — The Ministry of Industry and Trade has issued a decision stopping export of peanuts as of the 1st of April 2020. The decision No. (32) for the year 2020 issued yesterday under the signature of the Minister of Industry and Trade, Madani Abbas Madani, on organization of trade and sale of peanuts, also stipulated preventing the storage of peanuts commodity ...

Source: Sudan News Agency (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania, EU: FANTI: Long-time EAC, EU partnership remains solid

EU envoy to Tanzania Manfredo Fanti, sent to Dar after a 2018 falling out over rights concerns, spoke to Christopher Kidanka on the new ties.

Source: The East African (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania, Finland: Finnish minister speaks out on Tanzania's investment climate

The Finnish Minister for Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade Ville Skinnari was in Tanzania before he flew to Mozambique on Wednesday as part of his tour of the two nations with longstanding relations with the Scandinavian country. The tour aims, among other things, at strengthening Finland’s relations with its long-term partner countries as well as boosting commercial and economic cooperation. By ANGELA OKETCH More by this Author A ban on exports of vital drugs by manufacturing countries has put Kenya in a quandary. The medicines that could help manage the coronavirus, which were previously affordable, now cost more than three times their previous price. China was first to restrict export of important reagents used in making antibiotics. ...

Source: The Citizen (27 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania, Uganda:  Tanzania Agrees to Open Up Its Market for Ugandan Sugar

Tanzania has partly allowed to open up its borders to Ugandan sugar exports following more than a year of being locked out. This was revealed by Mr Japheth Hasunga, the Tanzanian Minister of Agriculture, who, together with a delegation from Tanzania, was in the country to understand Uganda's sugar production and its capacity. However, he noted, the sugar will be ...

Source: The Monitor (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania: Market access : How to access the Tanzanian market

By Lilian Kyaruzi Tanzania is desirous of expanding its standing as a powerful magnet for many of the most important investors, from within and outside the African continent. Yet some outmoded policies and laws (e.g. the National Investment Promotion Policy of 1996 and the Tanzania Investment Act of 1997) as well as a diversity of perceptions about the role of culture ...

Source: The Citizen (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania: Tanzania in international tax law : Tax incentives for foreign investment—1

By Paul Kibuuka For it is in giving that we receive.” - St. Francis of Assis. This is the first part of a new three-part article series that explores recent trends in the use of tax incentives by the government of Tanzania to attract foreign direct investment (FDI). In particular, this first part reflects on the manner in which the government assesses the benefits ...

Source: The Citizen (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Tanzania: IMF lauds Tanzania for ‘prudent legal reforms’

Tanzania has come under rare praise from the International Monetary Fund for what the global lender terms “prudent legal reforms” in its mining sector, land and microfinance. These changes have seen mining’s contribution to GDP rise to five per cent, from 4.8 per cent the previous year, while gold and US dollar reserve grew above the country’s bench mark—adequate ...

Source: The East African (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Uganda, UK:  Ugandans in UK Meet Prince Charles Over Business Promotion

Prince Charles of Wales has commended Ugandans in the United Kingdom (UK) for their efforts to promote business between Uganda and the UK. Speaking on the sidelines of British Asian Trust, in the Midlands, UK, Prince Charles, according to a statement, also encouraged Ugandans to focus on promoting sustainable business opportunities that will benefit both Uganda and the ...

Source: The Monitor (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Uganda:  Experts Urge Govt to Invest in Condominiums

Real estate experts have implored Least Developed Countries (LDCs) like Uganda to build up a strong condominium housing sector that will create affordable housing and bridge the deficit in the country. Condominium is a form of housing tenure system where part of a piece of real estate, usually of an apartment house is individually owned. Under the Condominium Property ...

Source: The Observer (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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West Africa

Burkina Faso, Niger, Togo: Le Togo, le Burkina Faso et le Niger font une évaluation de leurs systèmes informatiques douaniers

Lomé - Il s’est ouvert ce jeudi 27 février 2020 au siège de l’Office Togolais des Recettes (OTR) à Lomé, une session de travail qui réunit les acteurs des systèmes informatiques douaniers du Burkina Faso, du Niger et du Togo. Cette rencontre de 3 jours permettra aux participants de faire une évaluation de l’interconnexion des systèmes informatiques ...Translate

Source: Alwhida Info (News) (29 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Burkina Faso: Emprunt obligataire 2020-2028 : Le Trésor public et Coris Bourse s'accordent pour mobiliser 80 milliards F CFA

Le directeur général du Trésor et de la Comptabilité publique, Célestin Santéré Sanon, a lancé l’emprunt obligataire du Burkina Faso dénommé « TPBF 6,50% 2020-2028 », ce jeudi 27 février 2020 à Ouagadougou. Pour ces huit ans dont deux ans de différé, 80 milliards de francs CFA sont attendus comme montant de l’opération. Coris Bourse est ...Translate

Source: Le Faso (28 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Cote d'Ivoire, India: India eyes West African market through Ivory Coast partnership

The Commission for promotion of Private Investment in Cote d'Ivoire (CEPICI) made a detailed presentation on the Economic and Investment Landscape ...

Source: Economic Times (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Côte d’Ivoire: IFC to Leads Financing for Atinkou Power Plant in Côte d’Ivoire

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced the signing of a EUR 303 million financing package for a new gas fired power project in Côte d’Ivoire. The new plant – called Atinkou – will boost power generation and supply in a country, where, as of 2017, only 66 percent of the population had ...

Source: Alternative Africa Energy (Currrent News) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana, Malta:  Take Advantage of Investment Opportunities in Ghana - Malta Business Delegation Urged

Investors and the business community in Malta have been urged to take advantage of the numerous investments opportunities in the Ghana to diversify their investment portfolios. The Minister of Trade and Industry, Kwadwo Allan Kyerematen who made the call at the second Ghana-Malta Business Forum in Accra on Monday said Ghana had so many investment openings in the areas ...

Source: Ghanaian Times (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana, Malta: Air Malta to start operating in Ghana by the second quarter of 2020

The Chief Executive of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC), Yofi Grant said Air Malta is willing to fly to Ghana as they intend to expand their reach in Africa. In an interview with Accra-based Joy FM, Mr Grant said when the ...

Source: Pulse.com (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana, Russia: Russia Hopes For Beneficial Cooperation With Ghana

To the celebration of the Independence Day of the Republic of Ghana, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Maria Zakharova, during her media briefing held on Friday, March 6, traced briefly the history of the country, expressed parise for its socio-economic development and further looked for mutually beneficial cooperation between Russia and Ghana. Date: March 5, 2020Author: somervillesustainableconservation 0 Comments Daily Maverick (South Africa) • Why poaching has decreased dramatically in Mozambique’s ...

Source: Modern Ghana (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago:  'Ghana, Trinidad & Tobago Relations Strengthened' - President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the bonds of friendship and ties of co-operation existing between Ghana and Trinidad and Tobago have been strengthened following the visit to Ghana of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Hon. Dr. Keith Christopher Rowley, MP. Holding bilateral talks with the Prime Minister Rowley at Jubilee House, on ...

Source: Ghana Presidency (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana, UK: UK to continue trade, business ties with Ghana - Trade Commissioner

According to her, the visit was to enable her to refresh her memory on the partnership following the UK-Africa investment summit. - I am in to know what ...

Source: Joy Online (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Ghana: Ghana Takoradi Port Expansion, Work Begins on US$500m Multi-Purpose Atlantic Terminal

By Richard Adorsu- Ghana’s Takoradi Port Photo Credit: Construction Review Online NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN), Accra, Ghana- Works have begun on the $500 million-dollar Multi-Purpose Atlantic Terminal expected to pave way for the Takoradi Harbour to increase its annual container capacity from the current 50 thousand to one million twenty-foot-equivalent ...

Source: New Africa Business (Business) (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Liberia, Singapore:  Liberia Signs Iron Ore Transshipment MOU With Singaporean Company

Monrovia — The government of Liberia on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with Singaporean company Al Khaldiya Mining Private Ltd. for the transshipment of iron ore from neighboring Guinea that will generate millions of dollars for the country annually. As per the MOU, the company will transship some 789 million tons of iron ore from its Diecké ...

Source: FrontPageAfrica (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Liberia, UK:  Visiting British MP Delegation Meets Speaker Chambers

A delegation from the British Parliament is in Liberia for a week's period as guests of the Liberian Government through the 54th Legislature. Monday in Monrovia, the UK Parliamentarians toured the grounds of the Capitol Building and subsequently held talks with several of their Liberian counterparts, specifically from the House of Representatives including; Rep. Johnson ...

Source: The New Dawn (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Liberia:  'Stop Tearing Liberia Apart - It Scares Investors'

-Fmr. President Sirleaf calls critics "bold-faced liars", admonishes journalists to be truthful Former President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, yesterday admonished fellow citizens against acts responsible for chaos and national backwardness, stating that people repeatedly troubling peace scare away investors. "Everybody, be proud of Liberia, our country. I am proud to be ...

Source: Liberian Observer (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Liberia:  The Best Way to Attract Investors - Good, Honest, Accountable Governance

Many politicians, whether in or out of office, are fond of blaming the media for "scaring away investors" by the media's criticisms of the powers that be -- or were. But first, let us examine what the role of media is: to inform, to educate and to entertain. Part of that information and education function is to strive to keep the government accountable, by keenly ...

Source: Liberian Observer (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Liberia:  Agriculture Minister Insists On Inclusion of Liberian Private Sector On the National Oil Palm Platform

Monrovia — Agriculture Minister, Jeanine Milly Cooper, has insisted on the inclusion of Liberian private sector actors in the production and export of oil palm on the National Oil Palm Platform of Liberia (NOPPOL). Minister Cooper made the urge at the opening of a two-day oil palm retreat at Ministerial Complex on Wednesday. The Ministry of Agriculture now ...

Source: FrontPageAfrica (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, Bulgaria: FirstBank’s Adeduntan joins global industry leaders at the annual fintech, insuretech summit in Bulgaria

By OBINNA EZUGWU The Chief Executive Officer, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Dr. Adesola Adeduntan participated as a keynote speaker in the Annual FinTech & InsureTech Summit held at Sofia Event Center, Bulgaria on 27 February 2020. The FirstBank Chief delivered a keynote speech on the topic “Banks and Clients, the New Story of Empowerment, Value Creation and ...

Source: Hallmark News (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, China:  As Senate Approves Buhari's U.S.$22.7 Billion Request, Nigeria Could Service Chinese Loans Till 2040

The Senate on Thursday gave nod to the $22.7 billion loan request by President Muhammadu Buhari, bringing Nigeria's external debt stock to nearly US$50 billion, amid lawmakers and public's concerns the approval was without scrutiny. The government of Mr Buhari desperately needed the approval as African's largest economy returns to the international debt market to shake ...

Source: Premium Times (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, Denmark: Agric minister receives delegates from Denmark Embassy in Nigeria

The Honourable Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alh Muhñammad Sabo Nanono earlier received in his office, delegates from the Embassy of Denmark in Abuja led by the Danish Ambassador, Amb Jesper Kamp. The purpose of the meeting was to inform the Honourable Minister on the previous activities of the Mission in Nigeria as regards Agricultural Sector, and ...

Source: Press Release Point (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, Italy:  Gerbino - There Is Room for Enhanced Italy-Nigeria Trade

The Italian Trade Agency Director for West Africa, Alessandro Gerbino, in this interview, speaks on the trade imbalance between Nigeria and Italy and emphasises the need for both countries to collaborate in the area of raw material and technology to boost their economies. Excerpts: Few years ago, Nigeria witnessed an economic recession and two years ago, Italy witnessed ...

Source: This Day (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, Serbia:  Kano, Jigawa to Establish Joint Commission With Republic of Serbia

Kano and Jigawa state governments would establish a Kano/Jigawa-Republic of Serbia Joint Commission to facilitate investment in commerce, agriculture and skills development for mutual benefit. The move would stimulate the relationship that had existed between the two states and the South-eastern European nation for mutual socio-economic benefit. Kano State Governor, ...

Source: This Day (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria:  IFC Partners Coronation Merchant Bank to Boost Trade Finance in Nigeria

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced a $40 million Trade Finance Guarantee facility to Coronation Merchant Bank under its Global Trade Finance Program. This will enable Coronation Merchant Bank to establish and expand correspondent banking partnerships with several international banks in IFC's Trade Finance program, broadening access to finance in ...

Source: Vanguard (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria:  Nigeria's Total Trade Increases 14% in 2019 - NBS

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says Nigeria recorded N36.152 trillion as value of total trade in 2019, representing a 14.05 per cent increase over 2018. The bureau said this in its "Foreign Trade in Goods Statistics, Quarter Four, 2019", released on Friday in Abuja. However, this was lower than 36.86 per cent recorded in 2018 over 2017. "The level of ...

Source: Premium Times (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria: Nigerian VC firm Microtraction increases ticket size to $25k

Nigerian early-stage VC firm Microtraction has changed its standard deal by increasing its investment to US$25,000 from US$15,000 and reducing the equity it takes to seven per cent. Founded in 2017, VC firm Microtraction invests in startups at the very earliest stage of their development, and has so far backed a host of Nigerian startups, like Accounteer, Riby, Thank U ...

Source: Disrupt Africa (News) (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria, France: Caverton signe l’acceptation usine du simulateur de vol Reality H de Thales, premier simulateur Full Flight d’hélicoptère

PARIS, France, 2 mars 2020/APO Group/ -- Mardi 27 février 2020, moins d’un an après la signature du contrat et avant son départ pour le centre d’entraînement Caverton au Nigeria, ...Translate

Source: Africa Newsroom-fr (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Nigeria: World Bank, IFC, NEPZA partner to build Infrastructure at Nigerian trade Zones

Published by Tribune on Sun, 08 Mar 2020 Tribune OnlineWorld Bank, IFC, NEPZA partner to build Infrastructure at Nigerian trade ZonesIn a bid to improve infrastructural development at the Free Trade Zones in Nigeria, the Nigeria Export Processing Zones ...

Source: Tribune Headlines Today (08 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Senegal, EU: La BEI mobilise 63 millions d'euros pour le secteur privé africain

« Nous renforçons visiblement et ostensiblement notre activité en Afrique. » C’est avec ces mots que Werner Hoyer, le président de la Banque européenne d’investissement (BEI), a commenté la présentation des nouveaux engagements de son institution sur le continent. Depuis la capitale sénégalaise, où la BEI a co-organisé avec ONU-Habitat le jeudi ...Translate

Source: Jeune Afrique (28 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Senegal: Sénégal : vers une croissance plus inclusive

Washington – Le Conseil des administrateurs du Groupe de la Banque mondiale a examiné aujourd’hui le cadre de partenariat (CPF) avec le Sénégal pour les exercices 2020-24 et exprimé son total soutien à l’engagement de l’institution visant à accompagner les réformes structurelles qui permettront au pays, grâce à une transformation économique réussie, ...Translate

Source: Alwhida Info (News) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Senegal: [Start-up Act] Au Sénégal, les jeunes pousses désormais exonérées d'impôts pendant trois ans

Trois ans d’exonérations d’impôts sur les sociétés (IMF) et de cotisations liées à la Contribution forfaitaire à la charge des employeurs (CFCE) à compter de la date de création de l’entreprise. C’est le coup de pouce fiscal dont bénéficient désormais les start-up au Sénégal. Entrée en vigueur le 28 décembre 2019, la loi relative à la ...Translate

Source: Jeune Afrique (28 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Togo:  Le Guichet unique est en constante évolution

Depuis son lancement il y a 6 ans, le Guichet unique du commerce extérieur (GUCE) a favorablement impacté l’économie togolaise. Ce dispositif géré par Veritas, leader mondial des services d’évaluation de conformité et de certification, permet de favoriser la transparence dans les relations entre les acteurs du commerce et de réduire considérablement les ...Translate

Source: Republic of Togo (Economy) (27 Feb 2020 )  Share

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North Africa

Egypt, Belarus: Raya Holding, BELAZ agree to promote Egypt-Belarus economic cooperation

Egypt's Raya Holding for Financial Investments signed a partnership agreement with Belarusian BELAZ Holding, specialised in manufacturing mining trucks and construction equipment, to accelerate the implementation of the roadmap signed by the two countries to promote bilateral economic cooperation.

Source: Masress (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Egypt, UK: British embassy to host ‘Design By Egypt' to empower young interior designers

The British embassy in Cairo will host a special night for Egyptian interior designers to promote their work and help them develop their network.

Source: Masress (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Egypt: Egypt: An investment case for global companies

By Cavan Osborne, Portfolio Manager, Old Mutual Equities Egypt now has 100 million people. Growing at 2% per year may not sound like much. But it means that since my first visit in 2012, Egypt’s population has grown by 14 million people. That’s more people than there are in Tunisia, it’s three or four times more people than there are in Namibia and Botswana ...

Source: How We Made It in Africa (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Egypt: Egypt to attract investments through lenient business laws

imprisonment of businessmen who commit economic violations, as this affects investment in the country. He said deterrent fines based on parliament’s new approach, which is to abolish prison sentences for financial wrongdoers, should replace such a sentence. This came during parliament’s discussion of amendments to customs, restructuring, bankruptcy and social ...

Source: Al-Monitor (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Central Africa

Cameroon, China: ICT, solar energy… Cameroon celebrates its partnership with Huawei

“(Business in Cameroon) - In Cameroon for Cameroon”: this is the title of the first-ever corporate movie produced by Huawei in Cameroon. The movie produced in partnership with the Ministry of Water and Energy, Camtel and Sup’ptic recaps the projects Huawei led in the framework of its partnership with Cameroon. This movie was premiered on March 5, 2020, in Yaoundé. In the framework of the premiere, the partners celebrated the achievements of Huawei in Cameroon.

Source: Business In Cameroon (08 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Chad:  Last Sprint Toward New Industrial Masterplan

The Chadian Government and the Sub-Regional Office for Central Africa of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) are co-organizing a workshop to review and finalize the Industrialization and Economic Diversification Master Plan (PDIDE, in French) for the Republic of Chad, from March 2 to 6 2020 in N'Djamena PDIDE, which covers the decade 2020-2030, seeks to move the ...

Source: Africa Renewal (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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DR Congo, Israel: Tshisekedi places risky bet on rekindling relations with Israel.

During his visit to the United States, Félix Tshisekedi announced that the Democratic Republic of Congo would restore diplomatic relations with Israel and pledged to support Donald Trump’s controversial peace plan.

Source: The Africa Report (09 Mar 2020 )  Share

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DR Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania: Tanzania to invite tenders for SGR to connect Rwanda, DR Congo

By XINHUA More by this Author The government of Tanzania has said it is in final touches of inviting international tenders for the construction of a standard gauge railway (SGR) from Isaka dry port to neighbouring countries of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). "Tenders for the construction of the SGR project to Rwanda and DRC will be ...

Source: Daily Nation News (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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DR Congo:  Investors Explore Investment Opportunities in DRC

A STRONG trade-cum-investment TPSF-led delegation is set to leave on Friday for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), to explore trade and investment opportunities in a three-day tour which ends on March 8, 2020, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation Chairperson, Ms Angelina Ngalula, announced in Dar es Salaam yesterday. She did not give the number of delegates because, ...

Source: Tanzania Daily News (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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DR Congo: A travers un projet de 502 millions de dollars Us: La Banque mondiale veut relever le défi de la malnutrition en Rdc

M. Jean-Christophe Carret, nouveau Directeur des Opérations de la Banque mondiale pour la République démocratique du Congo, a échangé vendredi dernier avec la presse, pour expliquer en détail le Projet multisectoriel de nutrition et de santé, d’une enveloppe globale de 502 millions de dollars, mais aussi pour parler de la stratégie de partenariat entre son Institution et la Rdc pour les cinq prochaines années.Translate

Source: L'Avenir (Economy) (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Gambia, Saudi Arabia: Un prêt saoudien pour augmenter la capacité de l'aéroport de Banjul

Le Fonds saoudien pour le développement (FSD) a récemment signé un accord avec la République de Gambie pour accorder un prêt dans le but de financer la deuxième phase d'un projet de développement à l'aéroport international de la capitale Banjul. Les installations améliorées créeront plus de 1000  emplois supplémentaires. Le nombre de passagers ...Translate

Source: Alwhida Info (Africa) (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Gambia: The Gambia, Seventeen Regional Conference on Enactment of Sustainable Development Goals Decides in Banjul

By Abdul Rahman Suagibu – Arch 22 Banjul, The Gambia Photo Credit: Nations Online Projects NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS ( NABN ) Freetown, Sierra Leonne- The GAMBIA, Regional meeting on the commission of Regional of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); a compilation of seventeen universal objectives constructed to be a ‘blueprint to achieve a ...

Source: New Africa Business (Business) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Southern Africa

Angola, Brazil:  Minister Manuel Augusto Visits Brazil National Congress

Brasília — The Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, on Wednesday, in Brasília, made a courtesy visit to the First Vice Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil, Marcos Pereira. During the meeting, both personalities addressed issues related to bilateral relations, with emphasis on the intention to increase cooperation between the ...

Source: Angola Press Agency (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Angola, Chad: Angola vai receber 75 mil bovinos do Tchad

O gado que Angola vai receber resulta do pagamento de uma dívida que a República do Tchad contraiu com o país, avaliada em 100 milhões de dólares e, convertida em fornecimento de animais daquele país africano. Numa primeira fase, segundo o ministro, chegarão a Angola 1.500 bovinos, porque o navio só suporta esta ...Translate

Source: Angop Angola Press Agency (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Angola, Portugal: Empresarios da Huíla mobilizam investidores para alavancar turismo

Em entrevista à Angop, o coordenador provincial da Confederação Empresarial da Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa (CPLP) na Huíla, Francisco Chocolate, disse que inicialmente o contactos começaram com empresários portugueses residentes em Luanda e que desejam investir na província da Huíla. Fez ...Translate

Source: Angop Angola Press Agency (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Angola: Diversificação económica deve dinamizar crescimento do PIB

O ranking da edição de Março 2020 da consultora FocusEconomics sobre esta região africana coloca Angola com um Produto Interno Bruto (PIB) para este ano de 72 mil milhões de dólares, longe dos 106 mil milhões do Quénia e os USD 121 mil milhões de dólares estimados para a Etiópia. Angola fica ainda ...Translate

Source: Angop Angola Press Agency (27 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Angola: Cacuso ganha fábrica de processamento de batata rena

A unidade fabril que numa primeira fase conta com apenas uma máquina fritadeira de batata, com capacidade de processar 80 quilogramas de batata por hora garantiu emprego a 44 angolanos e dois expatriados. Orçada em 6 milhões de dólares norte-americanos, a unidade afecta ao grupo empresarial TEGMA-SU LDA, com sede em Luanda, foi inaugurada pelo ...Translate

Source: Angop Angola Press Agency (21 Feb 2020 )  Share

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Botswana, Zimbabwe: Botswana, Zimbabwe ties at their greatest in decades

from ODIRILE TOTENG in Gaborone, Botswana GABORONE, (CAJ News) – THE signing of a number of bilateral agreements under the second Zimbabwe-Botswana Bi-National Commission (BNC), and the call by the latter for the West to lift sanctions on Zimbabwe, completes the revival of relations between the two neighbouring countries. Diplomatic ties were strained under the ...

Source: CajsNewsAfrica (News) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Botswana:  AfDB Supports Botswana Development Finance Agency With U.S.$80 Million

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Botswana Development Corporation (BDC) signed a Line of Credit (LOC) totalling $80 million to help scale up key investments in Botswana. The AFDB said in a statement that the Botswana Development Corporation will only lend to specific target groups, focusing on industrialisation including transport, manufacturing and service ...

Source: The Exchange (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Malawi: Malawi to start exporting cotton-made linen - Greenbelt Authority

... and private, which participated at the January UK-Africa Investment Summit and the UK-Malawi Investment Forum in London, United Kingdom (UK).

Source: Nyasa Times (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Malawi: Cannabis to bring fresh economic growth to Malawi, says Minister Nankhumwa

Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Kondwani Nankhumwa  hopes the new legislation decriminalising cannabis for medicinal and industrial purposes will help in  economic diversification and an alternative cash crop to tobacco. Nankhumwa swill help the Malawian economy to bounce back from the contraction experienced in tobacco export – the main ...

Source: Nyasa Times (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Mozambique: Grindrod moves into northern Mozambique

Logistics group has bought strategic land and is getting involved in the transport of liquefied petroleum gas Freight and financial services group Grindrod is pursuing expansion opportunities in northern Mozambique, says CEO Andrew Waller. Grindrod has said its strategy to invest in infrastructure paid off, despite constrained economic growth in SA and a slowing global ...

Source: Club of Mozambique (All News) (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Mozambique: FDI in Mozambique in 2019 falls to the lowest value since 2010

Foreign direct investment (FDI) fell in 2019 in Mozambique to the lowest value recorded since 2010 with a total of US$1.991 billion, according to data compiled by the Bank of Mozambique and cited by Mozambican newspaper A Verdade. More than half of the FDI recorded last year was carried out by Vale Moçambique, of ...

Source: Macauhub (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Mozambique: Mozambique: Distance learning is of interest to foreign companies; internet connection remains a challenge

Foreign companies interested in investing in distance learning in Mozambique consider improving internet access in rural areas indispensable. Rogers Sithole, President of the OneConnect Group, a South African company specialising in technological support for universities, said there was a need in this regard for coordination between distance learning institutions and mobile ...

Source: Club of Mozambique (All News) (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Namibia, Germany:  Made in Namibia Cosmetics Exhibit At German Trade Fair

The Namibia Network of the Cosmetics Industry (NANCi) with the support of the joint project between the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), Promotion of Business Advisory and Economic Transformation Services (ProBATS), and the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development sent a delegation of 10 SMEs to exhibit Cosmetics Made ...

Source: New Era (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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South Africa: Avon invests in early childhood development

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG –  GLOBAL beauty and personal care company, Avon Justine, has invested approximately R600 000 to foster early childhood development in impoverished communities in South Africa. The investment is on its poverty alleviation programme launched in 2010, known as Thuthukisa, which loosely translates to building together. Two early ...

Source: TechnoAfrica (Companies) (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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South Africa: Fin24.com | Tribunal approves the R24bn PepsiCo-Pioneer merger

The Competition Tribunal has approved the R24 billion PepsiCo-Pioneer takeover, it announced on Friday afternoon. The merger is one of PepsiCo’s largest acquisitions outside the US and it’s also the first major transaction in which ownership by workers and historically disadvantaged individuals was the central determinant in getting the deal approved, said the ...

Source: News24 (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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South Africa: Standard Bank issues Africa's biggest-ever green bond. Here's what this could mean for SA.

It is also important to note that this is South Africa's first offshore issuance and ... The IFC has estimated that the country has a climate-smart investment ...

Source: Ventures Africa (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zambia: AGR launches new agricultural funding scheme in Zambia

African Green Resources (AGR), one of Zambia’s largest input suppliers, at the weekend launched an $81 million financing programme that will provide farm supplies and technology to farmers in exchange for grains. The project comes under the company’s plan to invest up to $150 million in the southern African nation The project will include the provision of farming ...

Source: Ventures Africa (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zambia: AGR launches new agricultural funding scheme in Zambia

The project comes under the company's plan to invest up to $150 million in the southern African nation. The project will include the provision of ...

Source: Ventures Africa (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zimbabwe, Belarus:  Govt Turns to Belarus to Revive Agriculture Sector

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is planning to parcel out vast tracts of prime horticultural land to the Belarusian government in a deal that will see the eastern European nation farming and exporting produce globally while capacitating local farmers, the Zimbabwe Independent has learnt. Deputy Agriculture minister Vangelis Haritatos confirmed the development in an ...

Source: Zimbabwe Independent (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zimbabwe, EU: EU ready to further review Zimbabwe sanctions

The European Union (EU) is always ready to meet and review the remaining sanctions on Zimbabwe, as relations between Harare and Brussels continue to thaw. The bloc last month removed four individuals - Vice President Dr Constantino Chiwenga; Lands, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance ...

Source: Bulawayo24 News (02 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Zimbabwe:  Addressing Investor Concerns On Zim

The sharp decline in foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows from US$717 million in 2018 to US$259 million in 2019 highlights the country's persistent challenges in attracting long-term investment despite the abundance of opportunities in the local market. Short-term investments as represented by portfolio investments (purchases of local financial securities and ...

Source: Zimbabwe Independent (06 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Women & Youth

Africa: Due Diligence: The business case for investing in Africa's women entrepreneurs

Gender-lens fund manager Africa Trust Group (ATG) seeks to bridge the gap in investments into women-owned businesses in the Southern African ...

Source: How We Made it in Africa (04 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Egypt: Women own 37% of established startups in Egypt: Gamea

Women own 37% of established startups in Egypt, according to Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea. She said that the government is keen on ...

Source: Masress (07 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Kenya: Women-led businesses in Kenya have bigger investment impact

Women-led businesses in Kenya have a bigger investment impact, supporting huge portions of household budgets, a survey by the World Bank shows ...

Source: Business Daily Africa (03 Mar 2020 )  Share

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Namibia:  The Investor Who Backs Africa's Women Entrepreneurs - Lelemba Phiri

Lelemba Phiri is not afraid of jumping headfirst into the unknown. She lists it as one of her best qualities, a competitive advantage actually. "When I am clear on the 'what', I simply take the leap. I jump in with lots of intention and clarity on where I eventually want to land, never being too perturbed about exactly 'how' it is all going to happen." The 39-year-old ...

Source: Namibia Economist (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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South Africa: Samsung and UWC sparks digital transformation to empower youth

Samsung South Africa and the University of the Western Cape are on a mission to empower youth to overcome the obstacles to their dreams. Sibisiso Labi’s story is an example of how organisations can make a difference: Labi, now 20-years-old, was among the thousands of child-headed households in South Africa. But the determined boy from the Cape Flats refused to be a ...

Source: MYPR (05 Mar 2020 )  Share

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