Sunday, November 27, 2022
The Key to Climate Action Hidden in Africa's Forests TNC recently announced a new initiative to accelerate natural climate solutions that protect and restore some of the planet’s most vulnerable forest in Africa. To help explain...
The customer is king and is even more important in these uncertain times we live in. NAIROBI, Kenya -- Today marks one year since I joined Safaricom PLC, and I can’t help but be...
In this piece we will provide guidance on how to avoid the main common mistakes companies make when dismissing employees By Maria Django MALABO, Equatorial Guinea -- Dismissal is a problem...
According to the law of Equatorial Guinea, a self-employed worker is any natural person who performs economic activities on his account MALABO, Equatorial Guinea By Pablo Mitogo, Associate and Ana Vizcarro...
Industry experts share their perspectives on what it will take for the energy sector to recoverJOHANNESBURG, South Africa: The book will feature a series of articles, interviews, debates and data resources on the current status of Africa's...
INFINOX is available in most African countries including Namibia, Mozambique, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Tanzania, Zambia and Ghana.Dany Mawas, Regional Director at INFINOX, unpacks eight tips that traders should consider to achieve success.LONDON, United Kingdom -- Online trading...
Africa has already made an indelible mark in the oil industry. It is home to four of the world’s top 20 crude oil producers — Nigeria, Angola, Algeria, and Libya — and these same four countries also...
Africa’s economic performance over the last decade has been remarkable, having reached an average growth of 5%. If this growth is maintained, projections indicate Africa’s GDP should increase approximately threefold by 2030 and sevenfold by 2050, outstripping...
Despite the pandemic, many African startups are thriving. International investors have noticed. As COVID hits Africa's economy hard, young entrepreneurs have declared war on the disease. Many startups have found creative ways to resolve...
How can Africa ensure AfCFTA succeeds? The AfCFTA is vital for Africa’s future but it is launching in a difficult global environment. Gyude Moore highlights two essential points on which its success will depend.

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