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How this blind farmer is getting African's with disabilities to farm

How this blind farmer is getting African's with disabilities to farm

There is little that can stop Africans from farming.
Africa largest trading bloc created

Africa largest trading bloc created

Business delegates and state leaders agreed to mobilise massive investments for the implementation of Africa's largest trading bloc.
Why Africa is a growth area for luxury sector?

Why Africa is a growth area for luxury sector?

The wealth of Africa is its youth, population and natural resources: Hassan Ahdab
Rand on track to end 2015 more than 35% weaker against the dollar

If S.A fails to prevent a downgrade to junk this is...

Lesiba Mothata examines what happened to other emerging-market countries with similar economies to S.A to understand what will happen.
How this multi-million dollar fund aims to support Africa's small businesses

How this multi-million dollar fund aims to support Africa's small businesses

We have been actively investing in nine African countries including Nigeria and Ghana: Guido Boysen, Chief Investment Officer, GroFin.
Africa needs infrastructural investment to take it into the digital future: Bain

Africa needs infrastructural investment to take it into the digital future:...

Every machine is going to be connected through different censors: Laurent-Pierre Baculard, Bain & Company.
Angola must cut back due to oil price fall: cenbank governor

Canada Missing Out on the African Opportunity

Canada lacks a coherent African investment and trade strategy: Letlotlo Lefoka
Sub-Saharan Africa sees unrivalled growth in mobile banking

Sub-Saharan Africa sees unrivalled growth in mobile banking

Mobile banking is helping improve financial inclusion in the region.
What is driving private equity funds into Africa?

What is driving private equity funds into Africa?

Is Africa's private equity space on the rise?
El Niño drought leaves 1 million African children severely malnourished - UN

El Niño drought leaves 1 million African children severely malnourished –...

Nearly 1 million children need treatment for severe malnutrition in eastern and southern Africa due to drought.
Banks' messaging system SWIFT's growth in Middle East

RPT-Africa's big cities offer investors hope in hard times

In cities such as Lagos, Nairobi and Johannesburg, growth remains robust and investors are prospering in the retail.
U.S. says political crisis building in Democratic Rep. of Congo

U.S. says political crisis building in Democratic Rep. of Congo

A political crisis is growing in the DRC over the possibility that President Joseph Kabila might seek a third term.
Nigeria's president plans to split state oil company into two entities

Low commodity prices strain Nigeria and Angola's economic confidence

African economies post least performance on YPO economic confidence in six years.
U.S. military seeks to prepare Africa for shifting terror threat

U.S. military seeks to prepare Africa for shifting terror threat

U.S commander says there are rising signs of collaboration between Islamist militant groups across north Africa and the Sahel.
How to build a million-dollar empire

How to build a million-dollar empire

Millionaire, serial entrepreneur, multi-award winning business coach and author, Mac Attram, shares advice on building successful companies.
The poor are becoming poorer as the rich tighten their purses

The poor are becoming poorer as the rich tighten their purses

The rich remain rich because they are tightening up while the poor are becoming poorer as jobs are being destroyed: Mienke Mari Steytler
Nigeria's president plans to split state oil company into two entities

IMF says ready to lend to African oil producers; no requests...

The IMF says it is ready to help sub-Saharan Africa's oil exporters cope with plunging crude prices.
FORBES AFRICA 2016 30 under 30 nominations now open

FORBES AFRICA 2016 30 under 30 nominations now open

Are you one of Africa’s billionaires to be?
Zika virus tied to birth defects is international emergency

Zika virus tied to birth defects is international emergency, WHO says

WHO says Zika virus tied to birth defects is international emergency. PHOTO: Wikipedia
Is privatisation a positive move for Nigeria?

Nigeria, Angola seek World Bank help as oil revenues slide

Nigeria and Angola are both in talks with the World Bank about support to help cope with low crude prices.
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