GE Africa President/CEO, Jay Ireland appointed as Chair of President Obama's Advisory Council on Business Priorities for Africa...
Analysis of international air travel to East Africa this year reveals strong growth of 11.2% compared with the same period last year...
GE, which has operated in Africa for over 100 years, committed to invest $2 billion in facility development, skills training, and sustainability initiatives across Africa from 2014 to 2018...
The World Bank on Sunday urged Sudan to undertake swift structural reforms to revive its ailing economy...
Tanzania's Professor Anna Tibaijuka becomes first woman to receive the H.R.H Prince Khalifa Bin Salman AI Khalifa Sustainable Development Award...
ATLANTA, US: CNN has announced the launch of a new initiative for journalism students, called CNN iReport University, linked to iReport, the network's user-generated news community.
16 Sep 2010
The diary of investment prospects in Namibia - the world's fifth largest uranium producer - contains, among others, exploring a land of relative peace where opportunities to make a ‘lot of money' abound in sectors such as mining, fisheries, agriculture, manufacturing, energy, tourism and human resources development.
Issa Sikiti da Silva 20 Nov 2009
The move is seen as part of the company's investment plans which are believed to see it investing in a number of other southern African nations.
14 Jan 2009
Time off work usually means a chance to lie back, switch off your computer, and relax. This past festive season proved to be a different retreat in Namibia. Not only were consumers on holiday with their family and friends, they decided to bring an extra friend along, the cellphone, their only constant link to their bank.
13 Feb 2008
It wasn't a great first day for fast-moving consumer goods company CIC Holdings on Friday, when it became the first foreign company to have a primary listing on the JSE's AltX. The company has plans to expand operations into southern Africa in the next couple of years.
Nicola Mawson 4 Dec 2007
Namibia's land reform programme is a "zero sum game" that merely swaps one form of poverty for another in its current resettlement programme, according to an independent report on attempts to find a equitable solution to racially skewed land ownership.
16 Nov 2007