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What are the Hallmarks of a Reputable Institutional Brokerage?

One of the challenges facing African businesses involves the ability to obtain working capital in order to further improve their products and services. While strategies...

Wamkele Mene re-elected as AfCFTA secretariat boss

44-year-old South African Wamkele Mene has been re-elected as the Secretary General of the AfCFTA Secretariat. African Heads of State and Government at the African...

Ethiopia: Hope fades as operation to rescue trapped miners enters day four

Hope is fading as an operation to save over 20 miners trapped in northern Ethiopia enters the fourth day without any success. The over 20...

Why Tanzania withdrew approval for Kenya Airways flights

Tanzania and Kenya are engaged in an aviation row, triggering concerns among travellers in the East African region. On Monday civil aviation authorities in Tanzania...

Angola quits OPEC over production quotas

Angola has announced that is leaving the OPEC oil producers cartel, coming after it battled with the group over lower production quotas this year. Disagreements...

South Africa: Parental leave court ruling to increase gender equality

A recent High Court judgment in South Africa, Van Wyk and others v Minister of Employment and Labour, found that certain sections of the BCEA...

Cassava Network steps down to launch Mansa

Cassava Network, one of Africa's most progressive Web3 platforms specialising in rewards, entertainment, and arts, today announced that CEO Mouloukou Sanoh has stepped down...

Museveni condemns expulsion of Uganda from AGOA trade deal

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has condemned the decision by the United States government to expel Uganda from the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa)...

Sweat economy to usher 140M users to web3, launches in USA

Sweat Economy, the Web3 ecosystem on a mission to help the world be more physically active by incentivizing activity, has expanded into the United...

What digital currencies mean for financial inclusion and private sector banks

The world’s central banks understand that the future of money is digital. As payments shift online, the use of cash declines and the fortunes...

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