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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Following Prime Minister Theresa May’s pledge to invest US$ 5 million in Africa, Britain should now be thinking about how to grow, expand, and diversify its investment  in Africa and the Commonwealth. And Now rather than later is the...

By Corporate Africa on Nov 30th, 2018

Corporate Africa | Corporate Africa News BD has developed devices and solutions to diagnose HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis patients to protect the hospital staff from contracting those diseases: By Kingsley Asare _____________________________ Medical...

By Corporate Africa UWIN (Unleashing the Wealth in Nations) recently released research that suggests that investors in Africa are increasingly positive as a result of increasing technological advances, most notably blockchain. Corporate Africa...

Zambian President Edgar Lungu inaugurates the Jiangxi Multi-Facility Economic Zone in Chibombo district, Zambia. By Corporate Africa   A consortium of Chinese firms will construct a Multi-Facility Economic Zone in central Zambia’s...

Independent evaluation shows that IFAD support to Burkina Faso has increased agricultural productivity and incomes of households: By Cristina Spagnolo Development projects financed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)...

Join over 1000 African Energy captains of Industry at the 11th Africa Energy Indaba to explore and find new business venture in the energy market in Africa, through targeted Business Matching! ...

Angola has a strong relationship with China, which offers diplomatic backing for the state: By Neo Sesinye Standard Bank has recently launched Chinese internet banking in Angola with hopes of installing to the rest of the continent...

“I want to see strong African economies that British companies can do business with in a free and fair partnership, at the very heart of which should be job creation. Whether through creating new customers for British exporters or opportunities...