Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Nigeria plans to issue identity numbers to 70 million citizens by the end of next year, a first step to bringing them into the country’s payments system. The West African nation, which currently holds centralized data for less than 15...
Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, will commission the new office complex of the African Development Bank in Abuja on January 18, 2018, consolidating the country’s position as the Bank’s largest shareholder. The state-of-the-art Nigeria Country Department (RDNG) office complex, situated in...
New York-headquartered computing firm Soluna, is building wind-powered blockchain computing infrastructure in Morocco, to bring a clean and sustainable alternative to the current cryptocurrency mining approach. The firm plans to develop its own 900MW wind farm power plant in Morocco...
InfraCo Africa, part of the multi-lateral Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), has signed a joint development agreement worth US$3.1mn to develop the Khoumagueli Solar PV project in the Republic of Guinea The Khoumagueli project aligns with the government of Guinea’s...
Construction works on Mall of Tembisa estimated to cost US $86m has commenced. This is according to the property developer, McCormick Property Development (MPD). Managing Director of MPD, Jason McCormick said that they are excited to get going on this phase...
Data released by the hospitality community, Airbnb, reveals that guests are travelling off the beaten track, to towns and cities others often overlook. According to the data, Bloemfontein, South Africa’s judicial capital, has tripled the number of guest arrivals...
The Adelphi Centre in Sea Point, Cape Town, is currently undergoing extensive renovations. Once complete, it will offer a galleria-style shopping centre, renamed Artem, that combines art and shopping in the retail experience. The revamp is being undertaken by...
The Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday announced a deal with Chinese and Spanish partners for the development of a much-delayed $14 billion hydroelectric project. The Inga 3 project is part of a major programme to expand hydroelectric dams along...
The government of Madagascar is set to construct three photovoltaic solar power plants, following a partnership agreement signed between them and Tryba Energy, a French company over the project. Vonjy Adriamanga, Madagascar’s Minister of Energy,...
LONDON, June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Zimbabwe, Egypt and Ghana demonstrate the most positive changes for business, followed closely by Nigeria and Mozambique Zimbabwe, Egypt and Ghana are the leaders when comparing their September 2017 risk-reward score with the score from June 2018, according to the Africa Risk-Reward Index from Control Risks and Oxford Economics. Followed closely by Nigeria and Mozambique, these...
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