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7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards calls for nominations
With nominations closing on 31 May 2017, the 7th All...
Top Executives in Africa still opt for MBA programme
Top African leaders outside of South Africa overwhelmingly still...
Africa’s future as industrial powerhouse depends on electricity supply
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that the...
Women dominate 2017 African Utility Week Industry Awards
Women are making a high contribution to the power...
Deloitte: Co-operation key to unlocking smart mobility in Africa
From ride sharing and driverless cars to electric vehicles...
African Economic Outlook 2017 highlights Africa’s industrial transformation
African governments need to integrate entrepreneurship more fully into...
Maersk – container sector expands intra-Africa trade
While the road ahead may still present significant challenges,...
Amarula creates 400 000 unique liqueur labels using HP tech
Amarula, the South African producer of cream liqueur, is...
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Executive Director
John Dixon, currently Chief Executive Officer of David Jones,...
IoT and Smart Cities – How technology is reshaping SA society
Along with the rest of the world, South Africa...
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BizNis Africa focuses on Africa’s 3 major business economic sectors – ICT (Information and Communications Technology), Mining and Energy.
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  • With nominations closing on 31 May 2017, the 7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) in Partnership with CNBC Africa welcomes Africa’s business leaders to enter this prominent award. It will be the seventh year that Africa’s largest business award will host a series of regional award ceremonies in East, West and Southern Africa, before crowning […]

  • Top African leaders outside of South Africa overwhelmingly still opt for pursuing an MBA, counter to local trends which are increasingly seeing senior executives opt for other post-graduate qualifications, an expert says. “Unlike their counterparts in South Africa and the rest of the world, where an MBA is no longer seen as the golden ticket […]

  • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that the African continent is expected to become the world’s second-fastest growing economy by 2020. With vast natural resources and short shipping lanes to the Americas, Europe and Asia, Africa has the clear potential to become an industrial powerhouse. This growth, however, is contingent upon substantial infrastructure investments. […]

  • Women are making a high contribution to the power and water industries as reflected by the winners of the 2017 African Utility Week Industry Awards that were announced at the CTICC in Cape Town. Three of the awards, namely Lifetime Achievement, Outstanding Contribution to Power as well as Young Energy Leader Award, were won by […]

  • From ride sharing and driverless cars to electric vehicles and shifting ownership models, advances in technology are set to change the way billions of people across the globe get from point A to point B each day. Against this background, African private sector stakeholders and governments will need to co-operate with one another, both within […]

  • African governments need to integrate entrepreneurship more fully into their industrialisation strategies, according to the African Economic Outlook (AEO) 2017 released today, 22 May 2017, at the African Development Bank Group’s 52nd Annual Meetings. In 2016, Africa’s economic growth slowed down to 2.2% from 3.4% in 2015 due to low commodity prices, weak global recovery […]

  • While the road ahead may still present significant challenges, some of Africa’s most long-standing internal trade barriers are beginning to show signs of falling. The most recent progression in this regard is the increasing implementation across the continent of the one-stop border post concept, in which two countries jointly operate a border crossing to remove […]

  • Amarula, the South African producer of cream liqueur, is now releasing a special edition of 400 000 bottles with its elephant icon individualized by HP Indigo digital printing in order to raise awareness for the same remaining number of the endangered African species. The African elephant has been the icon of Amarula Cream Liqueur since […]

  • John Dixon, currently Chief Executive Officer of David Jones, will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer for WHL Australasia, with effect from 1 September 2017. WHL Australasia encompasses the restructured business of David Jones and Country Road Group in Australia and New Zealand. The Board is pleased to announce that Dixon has now been […]

  • Along with the rest of the world, South Africa is in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, in which the smart use of information and technology is reshaping societies. One of the most apparent ways in which this is happening can be seen is in the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), where […]

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  • African Economic Outlook 2017 highlights Africa’s industrial transformation

    African governments need to integrate entrepreneurship more fully into their industrialisation strategies, according to the African Economic Outlook (AEO) 2017 released today, 22 May 2017, at the African Development Bank Group’s 52nd Annual Meetings. In 2016, Africa’s economic growth slowed down to 2.2% from 3.4% in 2015 due to low commodity prices, weak global recovery

    African Economic Outlook 2017 highlights Africa’s industrial transformation
  • OM Asset Management sells public offering shares at $14.55 a share

    OM Asset Management plc (OMAM) announced today, 22 May 2017, the closing of a public offering of 17.3 million of its ordinary shares. The shares were sold at a public offering price of $14.55 a share. The shares were sold by Old Mutual, through its wholly owned subsidiary, OM Group (UK) Limited (OMGUK). OMAM did

    OM Asset Management sells public offering shares at $14.55 a share
  • Gateway Trade Fair – OGUNCCIMA lauds Dangote Group

    The Ogun State Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (OGUNCCIMA) has commended the Pan African Conglomerate, Dangote Group for its great strides in economic development of the country through massive investments in several sectors of the economy describing the feat as worthy of emulation by other Nigerians. Adesola Adebutu, OGUNCCIMA President who made this

    Gateway Trade Fair – OGUNCCIMA lauds Dangote Group
  • United Bank for Africa rolls-out Debit MasterCard in Cameroon

    United Bank for Africa (UBA) today announced the roll-out of the Debit MasterCard in Cameroon in support of financially empowering all citizens. Focused on displacing cash, the electronic payment solution will deliver a quick, convenient and secure payment alternative for all citizens in real-time. In line with its strategic vision, UBA is introducing innovative payment

    United Bank for Africa rolls-out Debit MasterCard in Cameroon
  • Afreximbank financing for Nigeria reaches $35 billion

    The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has disbursed more than $35 billion in trade and project financing to Nigerian public and private entities since its inception to support the country’s economic and trade growth. Speaking on 16 May 2017, when Nigeria’s Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, received him in audience in Abuja, Dr benedict Oramah, Afreximbank

    Afreximbank financing for Nigeria reaches $35 billion
  • The state of South Africa’s agriculture sector

    South Africa has a well-developed agricultural sector, which will stand the country in good stead in the face of continuing uncertainty both economically and in terms of the weather. There are a number of factors impacting on the industry, including the recent ratings downgrade, land reform concerns, volatile exchange rate and ongoing weather worries, among

    The state of South Africa’s agriculture sector

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  • While the road ahead may still present significant challenges, some of Africa’s most long-standing internal trade barriers are beginning to show signs of falling. The most recent progression in this regard is the increasing implementation across the continent of...

  • As one of the foremost events on the international Oil and Gas calendar, the 16th Africa Independents Forum (www.Africa-IndependentsForum.com) to take place in London over 24 and 25 May 2017,  brings together all stakeholders in Africa’s upstream oil and...

  • Fitch Ratings has affirmed both of Denel’s National Long-Term Rating and National Short-Term Rating as positive. The outlook for both ratings remains stable, with the National Long-Term Rating at AAA (zaf) while the National Short-Term Rating is at F1+...

  • Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) appointed Oiltanking Grindrod Calulo Holdings to plan, fund, construct, maintain and operate a new liquid bulk handling facility at the Port of Ngqura. “This milestone signals progress in our plans to free up port...

  • Already the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent, with 1.2 billion people as of 2016, Africa accounts for about 16% of the world’s human population and it is predicted that, by 2034, it will have a larger workforce than China...

  • Transnet has officially launched its first locomotive to serve the African continent. Speaking on 4 April 2017 in Pretoria, South Africa during the launch of the Trans Africa Locomotive, President Jacob Zuma says the completion of the locomotive is...

  • The reefer trade (refrigerated cargo solutions) sector contributes positively to the South African economy by creating employment and stimulating economic growth. This is according to Matthew Conroy, Trade Manager of Maersk Line Southern Africa, a member of Maersk Group,...

  • Denel has applied to the High Court of South Africa in Gauteng for an order declaring that it obtained approval to form a joint venture with VR Laser Asia, which resulted in the establishment of Denel Asia. In spite...

  • The choice of Kenya as the host country of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) new regional Maritime Technology Cooperative Centre (MTCC) for the African region is a welcome development certain to further strengthen and enhance ongoing collaboration, knowledge sharing...

  • As Denel gets ready to revive the Naval Dockyard facilities in Simonstown, the company is collaborating with thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (tkMS) for joint support of the SA Navy frigates and submarines. Denel, which is a global supplier of world-class...

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