Category archives for: Industry

Aurecon Appoints Country Manager for Rwanda to Lead Infrastructure Drive

September 18, 2018//-To help clients unlock business opportunities in developing critical infrastructure, global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon has appointed Graça Sim-Sim as its Country Manager for Rwanda. 

Five Roots to Central Africa’s Industrialization

New York, United States of America, September 17, 2018/ — Four years after the oil boom ended and Central African countries faced a sudden reverse in their fortunes from the strong growth of the early 2000’s, the subsequent oil glut and nose-dive of commodity prices have left a bitter taste of over-dependence on oil and […]

South African Companies Seek Export Opportunities in Russia

Pretoria, South Africa, September 17, 2018/ — The South African business delegation that will take part in the World Food Moscow from today until 20 September 2018 has arrived in Russia to seek export opportunities in the local agro-processing market.

SA: Western Cape Companies Eager to Explore Russian Market

Pretoria, South Africa, September 14, 2018/ — Two Western Cape-based companies, The Bridge of Hope Wines and SalemCo International are eager to explore the Russian market and expand their footprint using the World Food Moscow exhibition scheduled to take place in Russia from 17-20 September 2018.

How Long Are We Going to Need That City?

September 14, 2018//-At an altitude of 4 830 metres on the Everest Base Camp Trek, guess what you can find? WiFi access.

Controversy about African Fabrics History: 7 Things You Need To Know

September 14, 2018//-Although historical pictures depict Africans as naked people who used to walk around without clothes, the truth of the matter is that Africa had its own fabrics before it got in touch with the rest of the world.

WaterAid Ghana to Launch Fashion for Change

Accra, Ghana, September 14, 2018//-WaterAid Ghana has adopted an innovative campaign dubbed ‘Fashion for Change’, in partnership with Charlotte Prive, a made-in-Ghana upscale ready-to- wear women’s fashion brand, to help reach more people with safe water, sanitation and hygiene services in the country. 

America Helps Mongolian Capital Quench Thirst for Water

September 14, 2018//-Almost half the 3 million people of Mongolia dwell in and around the capital of Ulaanbaatar, and most of the country’s industry is there as well. Both need water to prosper.

U.S Clothing Giant Looks to Ethiopia as Start-to-finish Supplier

September 14, 2018//-In the garment industry, it’s not just the cut of the fabric that makes a company’s reputation. It’s also committing to treating workers fairly and operating factories in ways that don’t damage the environment.

Blueprint for Africa’s Future Cities

Johannesburg, South Africa, September 13, 2018/ — Firmly established as Africa’s most progressive business orientated jurisdiction, Mauritius’ forward-thinking and nimble policies have resulted in the island nation riding the wave to the centre of investment and development in Africa.

Photo Gallery

Log in | Designed by Village Pixels