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Sage and ACCA Nigeria partner to develop finance professionals’ skills and expertise

Leading global provider of accounting solutions partners with global accounting professional body to develop accounting skills in Nigeria Sage (www.Sage.com/Africa), the market and technology leader for cloud accounting, people & payroll, and payment systems, today announced that they have signed a partnership agreement with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants …

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Sportsbook MasterClass to map out key training principles at Gaming Africa

Chief Executive and Founder of Gaming Economics outlines the importance of training and how some jurisdictions are placing greater importance on a well trained gaming workforce The scope of industry training that we are able to deliver through our specialist courses and associated MasterClasses, clearly helps with that degree of …

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Oranto Petroleum Signs Exploration Agreements for Two Licenses in Uganda’s Lake Albert

The production sharing agreements (PSA) comprises a first exploration period of two years followed by a second exploration period for a maximum of two years for both licenses Oranto Petroleum has signed two production sharing agreements (PSA) in the Ngassa Shallow and Deepwater Play of Lake Albert in Uganda. Oranto …

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SITA to provide 100% bag tracking for airlines at Istanbul new Airport from day one

SITA technology will allow airlines at one of the world’s biggest airports to track bags at every step İGA, contractor and designated operator of Istanbul New Airport, has appointed SITA (SITA.aero) to implement its innovative baggage tracking solution at what will be one of the world’s largest airports, allowing airlines …

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Nigeria, Major World Economies Consolidate Progress on Trade and Investment Facilitation

The group of WTO Friends of Investment Facilitation for Development (FIFD) pledged support for the success of the High-Level Investment Forum taking place in Abuja on the 3rd and 4th of November Nigeria, Brazil, China, the European Union (EU) and a host of other leading economic powers today, made tremendous …

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DHL and MallforAfrica team up to further cross-border e-commerce to the United States

This will be the first time businesses in Africa can sell their locally manufactured products directly on eBay Africans will now be able to sell their local products to customers in the US through an eBay platform powered by MallforAfrica DHL Express (www.dpDHL.com), the world’s leading international express services provider …

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Taking an intelligent approach to Africa’s promising mobility revolution

Despite the continent’s transport infrastructure lagging behind global standards for decades, Africa is bracing itself for a transport revolution as more countries embrace the onset of new technology Electrification, automation and digitalization of existing infrastructure gives citizens access to safe, reliable and efficient modes of transport Intelligent traffic systems reduce …

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