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Investors are flocking to Mauritius. Here's why

Best known for its exquisite white beaches and get-away-from-it-all lifestyle, Mauritius is about so much more these days...

Issued by Irvine Partners 16 hours ago;

Retail
Mukuru Groceries service expands to Malawi

Remittances-led fintech company Mukuru is expanding its groceries service to Malawi in response to the food crisis that has plagued the east African nation for years...

19 hours ago;

Marketing & Media
Why business can no longer ignore gaming in Africa

During this pandemic, gaming has increased globally in every sense - and Africa is no exception...

By Barry Louzada 17 hours ago;

CSI & Sustainability
In a fast-warming world, Tokyo is the barometer for future Olympics

The muggy heat swaddling Tokyo may be a forerunner of Olympic life to come, experts say, urging a rethink to make the world's oldest sporting spectacular fit for a fast-warming planet...

By Beh Lih Yi 20 hours ago;

CSI & Sustainability
Advancing gender equality in the workplace: African Universities Gender Equality Forum - Register now!

The forum, taking place on Thursday, 12 August 2021, at 10am-12pm, aims to facilitate a collaborative platform for academic institutions in Africa to unite in raising their voices and agree on societal impact initiatives to help eliminate GBV and increase gender equality...

Issued by Shift Social Africa 15 hours ago;

Energy & Mining
Zimbabwe sells gold refinery stake for $49m

Ten companies have agreed to pay $49m to take 60% of Zimbabwe's sole gold refiner and exporter, now owned by the central bank, finance minister, Mthuli Ncube, said...

23 hours ago;

Energy & Mining
Eyeing energy transition, Ghana plans to speed up oil exploration

State-owned Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is looking to acquire oil assets in order to accelerate exploration before a transition from fossil fuels reshapes the market, finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, said...

23 hours ago;

Retail
How palm oil became the world's most hated, most used fat source

Palm oil is everywhere today: in food, soap, lipstick, even newspaper ink. It's been called the world's most hated crop because of its association with deforestation...

By Jonathan E. Robins 12 hours ago;

Retail
SimpliFine expands in Kenya with locally produced products

Kenyan integrated food producer, SimpliFine, is expanding across Kenya with new, locally-produced meat and vegetarian products...

15 hours ago;



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