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South Africa Still Among Top Business Destinations

South Africa remains among the top 15 'long-haul' business events destinations in the world and is the premier business events destination in Africa, says...

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Direct Investment Inflows Improve

Zimbabwe's foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows last year more than doubled to US$387 million from US$166 million in 2010, according to the United Nations...

Africa Builds Better Business Schools

As Africa's business schools strive for global standards, they will need to deepen local and international ties. With the world's sights increasingly set on opportunities...

New Brics Bank ‘To Boost South Africa’

The development bank planned by members of the BRICS group of influential emerging economies could help South Africa finance its state-led infrastructure drive, says...

Business Ownership Vital to Success of the Black Community

Often we hear that most small businesses fail because of a lack of capital.  We hear the tails of woe, and some are quite...

South Africa a Good Investment – OBG

South Africa boasts an attractive investment environment that few regional peers could match, according to a report by the Oxford Business Group that focuses...

Rwanda Still East Africa’s Business Leader

Rwanda has once again topped the East African Community (EAC) in ease of doing business as the region as a whole improved its business...

Business As Usual/Cash and Compassion – Somali Diaspora Under the Spotlight

Two Somalia-focused events took place in over the last 10 days hot-on-the-heels of the London-Somalia Conference, the outcomes of which have been discussed in...

Why Is Obama Closing Black Businesses?

Black Americans continue to stand by President Barack Obama, despite how he and his minions treat us. Nine of every 10 African-American voters have...

Africa ‘Ready for Industrialisation Drive

A major industrialisation drive across Africa is needed for the continent to transform its current growth spurt into sustained social and economic development, South...

Emirates Skycargo Projects Boosts Africa’s Cargo Business

Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates has bolstered its operations on the booming Africa trade route. Supporting the thriving trade between Africa and the rest of the world, its weekly cargo capacity into and out of the continent will be over 6000 tonnes after the launch of flights to Lusaka and Harare on February 1.

South Africa: Mini-Budget Must Speak to Global Developments

The upcoming Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) must reinforce what the country can do to cushion the negative impact of developments in the world economy.

Summit Opts to Resurrect Black Business Council in South Africa

The decision taken at South Africa's Black Business Summit to revive the Black Business Council (BBC) to represent the voice of organised black business has been welcomed by analysts.

Intra-African Trade 'A Matter of Urgency'

The recently launched agreement for the establishment of the Tripartite Free Trade Area has made it more urgent to promote intra-Africa trade, and that should be at the top of the continent's economic agenda.

Nigeria’s Woodridge Hotel Entices With Business Tourism

Nigeria's Woodridge Hotel has continued to attract increasing patronage of its conference facilities, a development the hospitality outfit management attributes to the high quality and standard of if its facilities, which many conference and event planners found appealing and attractive.

Investors Report Improved Business Climate in 29 African Countries

Sudanese-born billionaire entrepreneur, Mo Ibrahim once said that the perception of Africa's business climate is much worse than the reality and that whenever there is a gap between perception and reality, there is a fantastic business opportunity.