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China has brought more development to Africa than any other partner...

African Union Member States have expressed concern at what they termed as the bashing of Chinese Cooperation with Africa from some sectors of the...

UNIDO and Senegal to establish an integrated agropole

The Government of Senegal and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has completed a sensitization mission towards the development of an integrated agropole...

UAE Ambassador presents credentials to President of Nigeria

Fahad Mohammed Obaid Al Tafaq, UAE Ambassador to Nigeria, has presented his credentials to President of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari, during a reception at the...

Nestlé Nigeria partners with Lagos Business School to train employees

Nestlé Nigeria has collaborated with Lagos Business School (LBS) to run a Sales Academy to train and equip its employees. Giving more details on the...

AMN and Intelsat partner to connect ultra-rural Sub-Saharan Africa

Intelsat S.A, operator of the world’s first Globalized Network and leader in integrated satellite communications, and Africa Mobile Networks (AMN) have announced that Intelsat...

Central, South America Want Free Trade Agreements with Morocco

Both the Central American Parliament (Parlacen) and the Southern Common Market Parliament (Parlasur) have shown interest in signing trade agreements with Morocco. Moroccan Minister of...

Angola spent $96 billion on infrastructure in 13 years, data

The Angolan Government invested between US $ 99.5 billion and US $ 99.5 billion between 2002 and 2015 in the construction and reconstruction of...

Egypt named top for investment attraction in Africa

Egypt accounts for some 48% of foreign investment in Africa and this percentage is expected to rise. In 2017, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in...

IFC, Attijari bank to support SMEs and energy financing in Tunisia

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is providing a €40 million subordinated loan to Attijari bank Tunisia, a leading private bank in...

Ethiopia, Burundi can do more to capitalize on growing coffee markets

Coffee producers in Ethiopia and Burundi should capitalize on growing interest in premium markets and environmental sustainability among the 500 million people globally who...