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"Sometimes an old timer likes to take his grandson to the top of the hill behind the house and tell him the whole, unadulterated truth, sharing a wisdom that he feels will give the next generation an edge and in so doing, getting off his chest the shackles of barefaced lies which his generation and the next have allowed to roam unchecked, until the lie became what was perceived as the truth. So what would the old timer say to his grandson today?"
“Brokerage commissions and fees on the Nairobi Securities Exchange are brutal. Every time you buy or sell a Kenyan stock, no matter your broker, you will be charged a fee equivalent to 2.1% of the trade’s total value. Of this total fee, 1.76% of the trade value goes to your broker and 0.34% goes toward taxes and statutory fees”
"Brokerage commissions and fees are brutal on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Here's how much they impact your return and what you can do to beat them"
South Africa recorded a larger-than-expected surplus in December, largely due to a sharp fall in imports.
"South Africa recorded a larger-than-expected surplus in December, largely due to a sharp fall in imports as the country continued to see subdued consumer and business confidence"
Chance to shine at World Economic Forum 2017 for South Africa's Gordhan, Ramaphosa. President Zuma won't be there. It's not exactly his happy place.
"At the World Economic Forum, where finance ministers attract as much attention as presidents, South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s presence this week in Davos is expected to be a show of strength, leadership and survival. It will also be a rare opportunity for South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to shine on the world stage since President Jacob Zuma will not be attending"
Despite inequality in South Africa, African migrants go there more than they go to Europe. Just 3% of displaced Africans are in Europe.
"South Africa has the highest number of pending asylum claims in the world, with more than 1 million people waiting to be processed"
South Africa is among the top 5 global producers of Halal products despite the country's tiny Muslim population of 1.5 million.
“South Africa has one of the continent’s smallest Muslim populations — between 1.5 and 3 percent, depending on who you ask — but has become one of the five largest producers of halal products worldwide. The local halal industry is worth almost $3.3 billion in South Africa”
5 Things To Expect From African Tech In 2017. Another year, another milestone for the African technology space.
“Another year, another milestone for the African technology space. With things developing at a rapid pace, it is hard to predict what will be the next big innovation in this exciting sector. Let’s have a go, in any case”
Its medinas and alleys are crammed with hole-in-the-wall operations hawking everything. Shopping Marrakech: why it's a bit like Las Vegas.
“It’s an odd comparison, but it has some merit. Marrakech can sometimes seem a bit like Las Vegas. There’s the cloying heat the moment you step off the plane, the abundance of global mega-resort chains, and a rotating roster of world-class DJs touring colossal clubs — all the accoutrement of a glittering desert oasis luring high-rollers. And just like Vegas, Marrakech is a shopper’s paradise”
Ethiopian Airlines just announced its 5th destination in China. China has invested heavily Ethiopian infrastructure, funding railways, roads and dams.
“Ethiopian Airlines plans to start new non-stop service in June from Addis Ababa to its fifth China destination in Chengdu, a logistics and transportation hub”
A candidate could become eligible for credit if their personality has the “right” levels of qualities such as openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and emotional stability.
"Those who were previously disqualified from getting bank loans because they were deemed too risky or lacked a credit history may now qualify – if they have the right personality"
"A stop at a Dutch coffee shop has for long been on many a tourist’s bucket list — less for the coffee than the opportunity to buy and smoke weed legally"
After the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) got a 25-year oil production license in 2013, it hired a land acquisition consultant.
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From 18th-century radicals to a countrywide referendum.
"The idea of basic income has been around for more than 200 years, rising on waves of political and economic turmoil only to disappear in calmer times. Here are some of the highlights of its long, turbulent history"
FY pre-tax loss 758.2 million rupees versus profit of 230.6 million rupees Source text ID: New Mauritius Hotels Ltd :
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Here's a list of 15 amazing -- and slightly crazy-- things you didn't know you can do in South Africa. Like spend half a day hanging out with meerkats.
"If you learned everything you know about South Africa in a guidebook, broaden your horizons a bit. Here’s a list of 15 amazing — and slightly crazy– things you can do. Like spend half a day on a meerkat encounter"
Uganda could be the first African country to regulate digital currencies. Bitcoin Africa: what to expect in 2017 as value jumps to near 3-year high in 2016.
“Some African countries have openly criticized bitcoin use. Others have taken a wait-and-see approach. Bitcoin has enjoyed a rally in 2016 that’s beaten every major currency, stock index and commodity contract, surging 15 percent during Christmas week alone to more than $900”
According to the Mauritius Prime Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth, the hospitality and the tourism sector became a vital economic pillar for the island over the years, and are two of the key drivers in advancing Mauritius towards a high income economy in the near future.
“Mauritius’ trade deficit expanded 25 percent in October from the same period a year earlier.The value of exports fell 14.9 percent to 6.60 billion rupees, with manufactured goods dropping to 2.23 billion rupees from 2.93 billion rupees in October last year. Imports rose 3.2 percent to 14.82 billion rupees, Statistics Mauritius said in a statement”
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Mauritius Development Investment Trust Company Ltd declared interim dividend of 11 cents per share in respect of FY ending June 30, 2017
To lure the continent’s growing consumer class and differentiate themselves from mobile money and each other, Africa’s biggest banks are investing billions in digital banking technology.
PRETORIA, December 20. /TASS/. South Africa’s energy monopoly Eskom has published a no-obligation request for information (RFI) as part of its planned tender to build nuclear power plants with a capacity of 9,600 megawatts (MW).
Companies from five states, including Russia, are expected to place their bids to build South Africa's Nuclear reactor
Poor growth and political in-fighting in South Africa is holding business back.
"The big economies of Africa are struggling. Nigeria is wallowing in a recession and even with a rise in the oil price there is little hope things will improve in the near future. South Africa is beset with slow growth and political tensions that are serving to hold back progress"
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter point on Wednesday and signalled a faster pace of increases in 2017.
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter point on Wednesday and signalled a faster pace of increases in 2017. This comes as the Trump administration takes over with promises to boost growth through tax cuts, spending and deregulation
New York City, New York – December 9, 2016 – Digital media company She Leads Africa became the first African startup to ring the Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange. As part of the NYSE’s outreach program, the American stock exchange invited She Leads Africa to highlight SLA’s success in 2016 i
"Digital media company She Leads Africa became the first African startup to ring the Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange. As part of the NYSE’s outreach program, the American stock exchange invited She Leads Africa to highlight SLA’s success in 2016 in delivering business and career advice to 200,000 millennial, urban and engaged African women through in person workshops and digital training"
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Maximizing cereal crops yields in sub-Saharan Africa would still fail to meet the region's skyrocketing grain demand by 2050, according to a new study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Wageningen University and multipl
"Sub-Saharan Africa produces about 80 percent of the grain it now consumes. But that consumption could triple if its population rises an expected 250 percent by 2050. Presently, cereal crops account for about half of sub-Saharan Africa's food and farmland"