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African Youth Agripreneur Forum affirms Africa’s agri-youth potential
The African Development Bank convened its third African Youth Agripreneur Forum (AYAF) in Cape Town this June, preceded by an AgriPitch competition with over 400 entries, indicating that the Bank’s efforts to involve more young people in agriculture are beginning to pay off.
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WEF co-chair highlights importance of market integration
Declining global trade volumes and the continuing reality of US-China trade war emphasise the need for African countries to seize on a spirit of unity and start tearing down barriers to regional trade. …
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Position advertisement Group Director General Johannesburg
The African Risk Capacity (ARC) is a ground-breaking public-private partnership that focuses on facilitating economic development in Africa and empowering African governments to protect vulnerable people through proactive risk management frameworks that promote resilience and foo...
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Bob Collymore, the artist who changed Safaricom
Bob Collymore, the CEO of Safaricom, Kenya’s biggest telecommunications company, passed away on 1 July.…
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A culture of malfeasance
In her new book, ‘Holding Bankers To Account,’ Oonagh McDonald reveals how the financial markets were rigged in the 2000s and sets out the reforms that still need to be implemented.…
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Credit where credit is due
Looking at formal SMEs alone, the unmet need for credit in SSA is close to $100bn.…
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