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The report also noted that $7.5 billion in non-local currency debt was raised by African companies in international debt capital markets, a 68 per cent increase ... with Africa Development Bank Group, CDC Group and PwC, provides clear evidence of significant investment and growth in African business.
Business owners and community members marched to Tukwila City Hall last Thursday to deliver a letter protesting a proposed police station and courthouse that would displace two dozen small businesses, most owned by East African refugees.

Established information technology markets – like the UK, Europe and even South Africa – often take cloud computing for granted as the ideal platform for innovation and global expansion. One reason could be that these markets gradually adopted cloud computing as and when their legacy infrastructure ...
More enterprises across Sub-Saharan Africa are accessing new efficiencies through data processing to unlock value in both the private and public sectors. This is the view of regional manager for SADC at NetApp, Morne Bekker, a little over a year after taking on the role. "The data explosion is happening.
Despite the obvious difficulties of being a pan-African business, economic integration across the continent is “gathering speed,” according to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). African companies, including airlines, financial institutions and telecoms operators are leading this charge with ...

Where African businesses were once questioning whether or not to use the cloud, they're now asking how they can benefit most from it. ... “While a South African business might view the cloud as a means of beating the competition to market, for a Kenyan or Nigerian business, it could be a way of increasing ...
About US$13.5bn was raised in the equity capital markets in Africa or by African companies in non-African capital markets in 2017, a 49 per cent increase from 2016. Similarly, US$7.5bn in ... The analysis aims to provide clear evidence of significant investment and growth in African business. Some major ...

The Tanzanian government has received its third Bombardier aircraft, landing in Dar es Salaam on 2 April. The Bombardier Dash 8 Q-400 plane landed in the Julius Nyerere International Airport after being retained in Canada since mid-2017. “Our third bombardier plane is expected to arrive and received ...
Kenya has confirmed that it will not be raising its value added tax (VAT) in order to follow the uniform rate used by its neighbouring countries in the East African Community (EAC). On 3 April, the nation's Treasury Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge announced that Kenya's VAT rate would remain at 16%.
... variety of reasons. However, the growing popularity of Bitcoin in Africa is opening up opportunities for gaining a higher education. Which is why Paxful, the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange, is pleased by the news that a prominent South African business school is now accepting Bitcoin for payment.
While 'politics' was once a dirty word in business, the arena is currently undergoing a rethink internationally which is being reflected in the hiring patterns of South African companies. This is according to Michelle Moss, director at Signium Africa, a locally based executive search and talent management ...
Ramaphosa wants to open SA borders for African business. President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged citizens to look at foreigners coming to South Africa in a positive way and not as people who come to steal their jobs. President Cyril Ramaphosa at the 10th Extraordinary Summit of the assembly of the ...


 

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