April 05

April 04

April 03

  • Govt - 25,000 'Made in Nigeria' Vehicles Ready This Year

    Daily Trust

    Nigeria auto manufacturing companies will produce 25,000 vehicles by the end of this year, while the new tariff regime for the automotive industry will take effect from July 1. Read more »

  • Manufacturing Industry May Avoid Exportation of Job Opportunities


    The State secretary of Industry, Kiala Gabriel, considered as urgent the creation of conditions for raw materials to be manufactured in Angola. Read more »

  • Tokunbo Import - Manufacturers Embark On Importation of New Cars


    FOLLOWING the extension of implementation of government policy on importation of used vehicles into the country, car assembly plants have commenced massive importation of brand new... Read more »

April 02

April 01

March 31

  • Hima Cement in Sustainability Ambitions

    EA Business

    Cement manufacturers, Hima has outlined an ambitious sustainability plan in line with the changing global operating environment to stay competitive in the regional market. Read more »

  • Russel Hobbs Opens Dar es Salaam Outlet

    EA Business

    Russell Hobbs, a manufacturer of household appliances based in Failsworth, Greater Manchester, England has opened its first outlet in Dar es Salaam. Read more »

March 30

  • Dangote Cement

    This Day

    Dangote Cement Plc has declared a total dividend payout of N65.84 billion in the financial year ended December 2010, representing 4.25 kobo per share. Read more »

  • Dangote Raises the Bar With 3x Cement

    This Day

    Promoters of Dangote brand scored another first last week in the cement market with the introduction of 'Dangote 3X Cement'. The new offering, which comes in a 50 kilogramme bag of... Read more »

March 29

March 28

  • Sabmiller Eager to Brew

    Namibia Economist

    "SABMiller's 10 sustainable development priorities provide us here in Namibia with an effective framework for managing our most significant social, environmental and economic... Read more »

  • Cement Not Responsible for Building Collapse - Ashakacem

    Daily Trust

    Researches have shown that cement was not the cause of building collapse in the country, the board chairman of Ashaka Cement Plc, Umaru Kwairanga, has said. Read more »

  • Breweries Fly High

    Namibia Economist

    Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) this week delivered another set of impressive interim results for the six months ended December 31 2013, posting a boost of 17% in operating profit... Read more »

  • Bauchi to Set Up N190 Million Organic Fertiliser Plant

    This Day

    The Bauchi State Government said it would set up a N190 million neem based organic fertiliser plant with the capacity to produce 3,600 tonnes of fertiliser annually. Read more »

  • Ashaka Cement Faults Plan to Ban 32.5 Cement Grade

    This Day

    Ashaka Cement Plc has faulted the federal government's plan to ban the production of 32.5 cement grade in the country. Read more »

March 27

March 26

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