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June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Pace Harmon Recognized with 2017 Supply & Demand Chain Executive…

    Business transformation and outsourcing advisory firm earns premier supply chain distinction for seventh year.(PRWeb June 28, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/06/prweb14467899.htm

  • 28 June

    Questis and TRI-AD Enter Joint Business Relationship for Digital…

    Today, Questis, a digital financial wellness platform, announced its joint business relationship with TRI-AD, a total benefits administration firm. TRI-AD will offer the Questis platform as its...(PRWeb June 28, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/06/prweb14464366.htm

  • 28 June

    Ripl Releases Q2 2017 U.S. Small Business Social Media Marketing…

    Small businesses choose social media as most important channel to drive customer awareness and retention(PRWeb June 28, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/Q2-Ripl-Research/prweb14461982.htm

  • 28 June

    Tanzania: IMF Hails Macroeconomic Performance

    [Daily News] The country's macroeconomic performance remains robust while the medium-term outlook stays favourable, International Monetary Fund (IMF) said yesterday.

  • 28 June

    ATM celebrates its golden anniversary

    Five decades since it heralded a transformation in the way people obtained and used cash, the world's first ATM was turned into gold for celebrations of its fiftieth anniversary on Tuesday.

  • 28 June

    Zimbabwe: Army General Chiwenga Must Just Shut Up – Opposition

    [New Zimbabwe] Opposition leader and former finance minister Tendai Biti has hit out at the Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Constantino Chiwenga, for meddling in civilian politics, telling the General to "just shut up".

  • 28 June

    Mpumalanga vendors not happy with live chickens ban

    Some vendors of live chickens in Mpumalanga on Tuesday, expressed shock and disappointment at the decision taken by the national department of Agriculture.

  • 28 June

    Tanzania: Ethiopian Experts Jet in for Magufuli’s Stiegler’s Gorge Project

    [Daily News] A promise by the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, to bring a team of dam experts to help in the implementation of Stiegler's Gorge hydroelectric project envisaged to pump into the national grid 2,100 megawatts, officially materialises today when the team jets into the country.

  • 28 June

    Tanzania: Magufuli to Build Hydropower Dam at a World-Heritage Site

    [Nation] Tanzania's President John Magufuli Tuesday met with a team of experts to discuss the building of a hydroelectric power dam at Stiegler's Gorge in Selous Game Reserve, despite concerns from environmental experts.

  • 28 June

    Nigeria: Exchange-Traded Derivatives Can Support Nigeria’s Growth Ambition – -NSE Vee Pee

    [Vanguard] AHEAD of the launch of Exchange Traded Derivatives, ETDs, by the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, later in the year, the 2nd Vice-President of the NSE Council, Mr. Abimbola Ogunbanjo, has expressed optimism that the ETD initiative will develop into a robust market that could support the nation's growth ambition.

  • 28 June

    Africa: Don’t Abandon Patriotism, Kaunda Reminds Continent

    [Times of Zambia] First Republican president Kenneth Kaunda has reminded Africa not to abandon the patriotism that its founding fathers exhibited when they stood by each other to liberate the continent from colonial bondage despite geographic locations.

  • 28 June

    Southern Africa: Is the Region Facing a Food Security Disaster?

    [ISS] A rapidly growing population in Southern Africa means an increasingly higher food demand. And although domestic food production is expected to rise over the next few decades in response to this need, it is unlikely that the increases will be able to keep pace. As a result, food demand will outstrip domestic food supply.

  • 28 June

    East Africa: M-Kopa, Only East African Company On Mit’s 2017 List of 50 Smartest Companies

    [CIO] M-KOPA has been named to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Review's 2017 list of 50 Smartest Companies.

  • 28 June

    App Economy Worth $6.3 Trillion By 2021- Report

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    The global app economy will grow to $6.3 trillion by 2021.  App Annie, a world renowned app analytics company, has predicted that by 2021 the global app economy will be worth a staggering $6.3 trillion. The company made the revelation in their latest report titled The App Economy Forecast: $6 Trillion In New Value. The report explores the exploding app economy, analysing the current state and making predictions for the rapidly expanding market through...

  • 28 June

    5 reasons to attend Healthcare Innovation Summit 2017

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    The Healthcare Innovation Summit will take place on 29 and 30 August at the Vodacom World in Midrand, Johannesburg. The 3rd edition of the Healthcare Innovation Summit Africa (#HISA2017) is set to take place on 29 and 30 August at Vodacom World in Midrand, Johannesburg. The two-day event will feature provocative panel discussions, interactive roundtable discussions and a roster of thought-leading, incisive speakers. The...

  • 28 June

    East Africa: Why Uganda Should Visit Ethiopia Before Reviving Airlines

    [Observer] On Friday June 23, I returned from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, where I spent nine days on a spiritual journey.

  • 28 June

    Kenya: Former Chase Bank Chairman Arrested

    [Nation] Police on Tuesday night arrested and detained former Chase Bank Chairman Mohamed Zafrullah Khan in connection to loss money at the financial institution.

  • 28 June

    Ethiopia: Govt Eyeing Cluster Centers to Fast Track Industrialization

    [Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia is eyeing at strengthening its Small and Medium Scale (SMS) manufacturing industries through shared infrastructure of cluster centers, according to Federal Small and Medium Manufacturing Industry Development Agency.

  • 28 June

    Africa: Africa’s Relationship With China Is Ancient History

    [Africa In Fact] In 2002 South Africa's Parliament unveiled a digital reproduction of a map - of China, the Middle East and Africa - that some speculated could be the first map of the African continent. The Da Ming Hun Yi Tu - the Comprehensive Map of the Great Ming Empire - was drawn up around 1389 during the Ming Dynasty, according to historian Hyunhee Park.

  • 28 June

    Rwanda: Rwanda, Afreximbank Negotiate $500m Investment

    [New Times] Rwanda and African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) are in talks on the bank disbursing about $500million into the country in the next one year.