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Maswanganye says it is important for both countries to work towards ‘harmonising the climate of doing business’.
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The last time I visited my mother in Lunga'anyiro village she was worried. Her cause of concern was that her cattle may be hit by Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) commonly known as malenje in western.
Kenya and Nigeria will both leave monetary policy unchanged next week, a Reuters poll forecast, as inflation in the former is not yet tame enough while an interest rate cap in the latter limits policy
The airline appointed Investment Secretary Esther Koimett, former KCB Chief Executive Martin Oduor-Otieno and Carol Musyoka to the board.
The five firms -Home Afrika, Flame Tree Group, Kurwitu Ventures, Nairobi Business Ventures and Atlas Development -on the Gems market have had a dismal run.
Betway Kenya and telecommunication firm Airtel have entered into a joint promotion to encourage more Kenyans to bet.
State owned millers across the country are crushing at an average 46 per cent their capacities due to worn out equipment, lack of cane and poor cane varieties.
Volkswagen will invest more than R168bn with its partners to make and develop a range of new-energy vehicles in China.
The Investec Australia Property Fund, has raised about R650million through an oversubscribed accelerated book build.
Listed Orion Real Estate expects to report a 288percent decline in earnings a share to a loss of 0.62cents in the year to June.
China's reform drive is winning plaudits from economists who are increasingly confident that excesses can be tackled without derailing growth.
Greenbay Properties is evaluating direct infrastructure opportunities in Europe.
Pallinghurst Resources announced that its executive director, Priyank Thapliyal, was taking up the role of chief executive of Jupiter Mines.
Industrial conglomerate Siemens has announced plans to cut about 6900 jobs worldwide at its power, gas and drives divisions, half of them in Germany.
Infinix Mobility, the fast-growing technology brand, finally revealed its new mobile phone on Tuesday after months of hype and speculation.
Twenty countries and two US states have joined an international alliance to phase out coal from power generation before 2030
Sustainability specialist and Director at IBIS Consulting Simon Clarke highlights some of the main reporting trends and offers some ideas on what companies could do.
The share price of Mediclinic International, South Africa’s largest private hospital group, declined on the JSE.
Sino-African relations have entered a new development stage of win-win co-operation, according to the fifth Biennial Conference of China-Africa Industrial Forum
Stellenbosch University has announced the appointment of Professor Ingrid Woolard as Dean of the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences.
JSE-listed diversified wood fibre company Sappi said yesterday that it was well on track to achieve its Vision 2020 targets.
Minister Brown has taken offence at the state capture inquiry, warning that it ran a risk of becoming a “kangaroo court”, writes Siseko Njobeni.
A month after its launch, The Nintendo Switch became the fastest-selling console in Nintendo’s history.
Search trends in South Africa tend to be news and sports-driven but entertainment news is giving hard news a run
Twitter announced it will be changing treatment towards verification of accounts and will unverify users who don't respect the new guidelines.
Britain will honor its commitments to the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May said again on Friday, trying to reassure increasingly frustrated leaders in the bloc who want London to spell out how much it w
The MTN Group has confirmed that Stephen Blewett, the CEO of MTN Benin has received an official notification requesting him to leave the country.
Reinet Investments said it might sell further British American Tobacco shares or use shares to secure more financing facilities from time to time.
Geoffery Mwangi is better known in Eldoret Town as 'King' - after his barbershop, which he started three years ago from what was a side hustle during his campus times at Egerton University.
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The University of Cape launched its own ‘Innovation Lab’ set to bring theory to life for hundreds of students.
Musa Kalenga, the chief executive and founder of Bridge Labs writes about the road he took to find success of his business.
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