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  • MTN Nigeria publicist deployed to SA

    MTN Nigeria publicist deployed to SA

    MTN Nigeria publicist deployed to SA LAGOS – THE MTN Group announced Larry Annetts, the current Chief Marketing Officer...

     
  • EU might stop Ghana fish imports

    EU might stop Ghana fish imports

    European Union logo ACCRA – THE European Union (EU) warned it would ban the importation of fish products from Ghana...

     
  • SA sugar workers down tools

    SA sugar workers down tools

    Durban cane sugar workers down tools Staff Reporter DURBAN – ABOUT 3, 000 sugar workers in Durban are set to embark...

     
  • All set for SAPHILA 2014

    All set for SAPHILA 2014

    Simon Carpenter, SAP Africa’s Chief Customer Officer JOHANNESBURG – THE upcoming SAPHILA Conference, one of the...

     
  • Furore over Mambazo Swazi performance

    Furore over Mambazo Swazi performance

    Ladysmith Black Mambazo by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBUR – SOUTH Africa’s legendary music and Grammy Award winning...

     
  • Nigeria telco to empower Chibok schoolgirls

    Nigeria telco to empower Chibok schoolgirls

    LAGOS – NIGERIA’S biggest mobile network operator has pledged to finance the relocation of schoolgirls from the...

     
  • New partnership to drive financial inclusion

    New partnership to drive financial inclusion

      TiGo Mobile logo ACCRA – TIGO Ghana has signed a $2 million agreement with the International Finance Corporation...

     
  • Popular Irish dance show back in SA

    Popular Irish dance show back in SA

    by MTHULISI SIBANDA SPIRIT of the Dance, rated the most popular Irish dance show to ever visit South Africa, has returned...

     
  • IMF wary of Ghana economic frailties

    IMF wary of Ghana economic frailties

    ACCRA – THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned short-term vulnerabilities would impact badly on Ghana’s economy. According...

     
  • Gautrain fares going up from June 1

    Gautrain fares going up from June 1

    Gautrain users will have to dig deeper into their pockets as from June 1, when the prices will increase. Bus fares will...