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24th Annual Africa Oil Week 2017 – the mainstay event for Africa’s oil and gas industry

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With over 160 speakers from the corporate and public sphere, this year’s event promises a programme designed around industry solutions that set the standard for adjusting business models to new demands ITE is pleased to host the 2017 edition of the globally recognised Africa Oil Week (www.Africa-OilWeek.com), the world’s longest …

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Government Committed to Supporting More Black Industrialists – Minister Davies

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Minister Davies was speaking during the opening ceremony of the state-of-the-art R100 million manufacturing facility belonging to the United Industrial Cables (UIC) in Alberton The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies has reiterated government’s commitment to supporting more black industrialists in order to achieve deeper levels of industrialisation …

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iflix Extends Global Footprint to 23 Territories with iflix Africa, Kenya included

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iflix continues its rapid global expansion into its third region, less than two months after launching in MENA. iflix Africa will make iflix’s world-class service available to over 500 million consumers across the African continent iflix (www.iflix.com), the world’s leading Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service for emerging markets, today announced …

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African chambers of commerce discuss best practices in use of single windows in enabling cross border trade

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The meeting brought together representative s from the African Chambers of Commerce, EcoBank, African Alliance for E-Commerce, revenue and customs officials, private sector and academia, to share experiences and best practices in trade The Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI), in collaboration with the African Trade Policy Centre …

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To grow education in Africa we first need to inspire a love for learning

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Significant strides in access to education have been made in sub-Saharan Africa. It’s up to the private sector to keep the momentum going, says Sthe Shabangu, Lead: Public Relations, Public Affairs and Corporate Citizenship, Samsung Africa Office. Sthembile Shabangu, Public Relations, Public Affairs and Corporate Citizenship, Samsung Africa Office The …

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Harnessing rather than suppressing informal trade can give Africa a boost

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FAO study offers policy guidance for linking half of all cross-border trade to development goals Africa’s vast but informal cross-border trade can contribute to improving livelihoods and increasing regional integration across the continent, according to a new report presented at a conference here. Informal cross-border trading, in which transactions are …

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Harnessing rather than suppressing informal trade can give Africa a boost

FAO study offers policy guidance for linking half of all cross-border trade to development goals Africa’s vast but informal cross-border trade can contribute to improving livelihoods and increasing regional integration across the continent, according to a new report presented at a conference here. Informal cross-border trading, in which transactions are …

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ITFC Provides US$1 Billion of Financing for the Development of Strategic Commodities in Member Countries

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The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) Signs Agreements with Tunisia, Suriname, Mali and The Gambia on the Side-lines of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group’s 42nd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors On the side-lines of the Islamic Development (IDB) Group 42nd Annual Meeting of the Board of …

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