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16th November 2018
 Nigeria’s Unity Bank to move branch network to solar power Nigeria's Unity Bank to move branch network to solar power

Unity Bank has agreed to work with Daystar Power in moving the power supply of Unity Bank's branches across Nigeria from diesel generation to cleaner and more efficient solar-powered solutions

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 Lusophone Africa sets sights on US$32bn to accelerate economic growth Lusophone Africa sets sights on US$32bn to accelerate economic growth

Lusophone (Portuguese speaking) countries have identified a pipeline of more than US$5bn in private sector and private-public partnership (PPP) projects to accelerate growth in their economies

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 Supporting women in the mining industry SPONSORED Supporting women in the mining industry

MD of Clifton Hill Associates Nichole McCulloch discusses her work with Women in Mining Uk and gender inclusivity in the industry

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 Africa Investment Forum secures US$32bn investment deals Africa Investment Forum secures US$32bn investment deals

The Africa Investment Forum has ended on a high note with 45 deals worth more than US$32bn secured investment interest

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 Azuri and APA to give insurance cover for customers in Kenya Azuri and APA to give insurance cover for customers in Kenya

Azuri Technologies, pay-as-you-go solar power provider, and APA Insurance, Kenya's insurer, have launched HospiCash, a low-cost micro-insurance product for Azuri solar power customers across Kenya

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 DP World Kigali’s logistics platform DP World Kigali's logistics platform

DP World and the government of Rwanda have established a logistics hub located 20 km from the capital, Kigali, near the international airport

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 Africa holds firm despite external challenges Africa holds firm despite external challenges

The US$2 trillion-plus sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) economy, home to a growing urban middle-class population and vast untapped markets continues to strengthen from low point in 2016, thanks to domestic policy adjustments and improved global economic activity

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 ‘Structured trade finance is pathway to boosting intra-African trade’ 'Structured trade finance is pathway to boosting intra-African trade'

Structured trade finance offers Africa a vital pathway to boosting intra-African trade and increasing the continent's global exports stated Amr Kamel, executive vice-president, Business Development and Corporate Banking, African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank)

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 ShelterTech accelerator programme debuts in Kenya ShelterTech accelerator programme debuts in Kenya

Habitat for Humanity's Terwilliger Centre for Innovation in Shelter, an organisation that is solving the technology challenges faced by those experiencing homelessness, has launched its first ShelterTech Accelerator Kenya programme

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 Temenos announces fund administration partnership with Curo Temenos announces fund administration partnership with Curo

Banking software company Temenos announced a new partnership with Curo Fund Services, South Africa's third-party administrator, on 14 November 2018

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Five roots to Central Africa’s industrialisation Five roots to Central Africa's industrialisation

Antonio Pedro and Julian Slotman, ECA Sub-regional Office of Central Africa share five roots to overcoming the country's debt and investment challenges. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Review

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East African construction companies: Are you using tech to increase your productivity and performance? East African construction companies: Are you using tech to increase your productivity and performance?

Mobile technology could help East African construction companies to boost productivity as they seek to optimise efficiencies and take advantage of a regional infrastructure investment boom, writes Nikki Summers, regional director for Sage in East Africa. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Communication Africa

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 Gabon reduces corporate tax to zero per cent to attract investment Gabon reduces corporate tax to zero per cent to attract investment

Gabon has slashed corporate tax to zero per cent in a bid to attract new investors, the oil ministry has announced

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