July 03

  • Nigeria: GSK's Mum and Me Campaign Targets School Children

    Vanguard

    In an attempt to further increase the new generation of children with good oral hygiene and nutrition awareness culture, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Nigeria Plc, manufacturers... Read more »

  • Uganda: Multichoice Taps Into the Diaspora Market

    Observer

    As the competition in the pay TV business gets stiff in Africa, different operators have to remain relativant to their clientele. Read more »

  • Ghana: Moody's Downgrades GCB Rating

    CAJ News

    MOODY'S Investors Service, the leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis has downgraded Ghana Commercial Bank's (GCB's) global local-currency long-term... Read more »

  • Rwanda: IFC Bond Starts Trading On the Bourse

    New Times

    Rwandans now have more opportunities and products to invest in at the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) following the listing of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) bond on the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Gems to Get Second Player By December

    The Star

    GROWTH Enterprise Market Segment of the Nairobi bourse, launched in January 2013, is set to receive a second listing by end of the year. Read more »

  • Kenya: Farmers Want KTDA Audit

    The Star

    South Rift small-scale tea farmers have called for an audit of the Kenya Tea Development Agency's accounts. Farmers' representative William Kettienya on Tuesday said KTDA is to... Read more »

  • Zambia: Professional Insurance Pays Out K500 Million Claims

    Times of Zambia

    PROFESSIONAL Insurance Corporation Zambia (PICZ) has paid claims worth more than K500 million, to over 45,000 clients in the last 20 years, managing director Geoffrey Chirwa has... Read more »

  • Uganda: Afrika Dreams in Local Tourists Push

    Observer

    There are very many ways one could enjoy a weekend. Some go to the theatre or concert while others try out wild adventure. Read more »

  • Kenya: Billboard Advertisers Sue KENHA

    The Star

    A company engaged in outdoor advertising has sued the Kenya National Highways Authority for enacting a law that has imposed high fees on billboards. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Sugar Production Set to Increase Five-Fold in a Year's Time

    Ethiopia Government

    The Ethiopian Sugar Corporation has announced that seven sugar factories under construction will be fully commissioned by next year. These seven factories are part of the 10 sugar... Read more »

  • Angola: Lunda Norte Entrepreneurs Set Up Credit Co-Operatives

    ANGOP

    A credit co-operative for entrepreneurs in the north-eastern Lunda Norte Province is to be set up this Thursday in Dundo City by the local branch of the Chamber of Commerce and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Workers Expresses Interest to Acquire NITEL, MTEL

    Independent

    Workers under the aegis of Senior Staff Association of Communications, Transport and Corporations (SSACTAC), NITEL Branch, says it is interested in acquiring and operating the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Aviation Firm, AON to Meet Over Airlines' Challenges

    Independent

    The Managing Director, Finum Aviation Services, Engr. Sheri Kyari, has said that the firm would organise a meeting with Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) to look into the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: UK Firm Supports Fertiliser Development Researching

    Daily News

    THE government has struck a deal with Sirius Minerals, a British potash development company, to support introduction of polyhalite fertiliser into the country to boost agricultural... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Precision Air Flights to Kigoma to Resume Soon

    Daily News

    PRECISION Air is set to resume Kigoma flights and increase frequencies between Mwanza and Nairobi, the Group Managing Director and CEO, Ms Sauda Rajab, has announced. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Makomo Now Largest Coal Producer

    The Herald

    Four year old Makomo Resources in 2013 overtook Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) to become the biggest coal miner in the country, latest data from the Chamber of Mines shows. Read more »

  • Namibia: FNB Positive About GDP Growth

    Namibian

    FNB Namibia says the 2014 economic outlook remains positive. Daniel Motinga, Head of Research at FNB Namibia, in his report issued this wek said growth outlook remains fairly... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Multichoice Denies Favouring Nigeria

    Namibian

    DESPITE the idyllic setting at Mauritius' Trou Aux Biches Resort where MultiChoice Africa hosted its inaugural Content Extravaganza, journalists invited to the weeklong show case... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Superflux, Bulkpost Partner for Effective Service Delivery

    This Day

    Superflux, provider of print solutions is partnering Bulkpost Venture, a subsidiary of Nigerian Postal Services for effective delivery of bulk mail services in Nigeria. Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'We Manufacture Herbal Bitters of the Finest Quality'

    This Day

    Country Director, Kasapreko Company Nigeria Limited, Mr. Jose Roque has stated that spurred on by a vision to produce quality drinks for all, the company has since its inception... Read more »

  • East Africa: New Award Scheme to Recognise Africa's Fast-Growing Tech Companies

    CIO

    The Technology Fast 50 Africa Programme is set to recognise tech companies in Africa that have the fastest growth in revenue. Read more »



July 02

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