What do Africans Value Most- Infographic
Feb03

What do Africans Value Most- Infographic

We live on the African Continent , yet we all have different values and priorities in Africa according  to what we value the most in our lives . But what exactly is it that we share in common , and what are the things that we prioritise differently . Below is an  infographic explaining exactly what it is we share in common and what we value differently with our neighbours in Africa...

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Barclays to sell Absa, exit Africa
Mar03

Barclays to sell Absa, exit Africa

London-based Barclays has decided to sell its Africa operations, which includes the Absa Group, the Financial Times said. The sale forms part of Barclays’ plans to focus on US and UK markets and is expected to be announced tomorrow. The Financial Times reported that the Barclays board decided last week to exit Africa after a review led by new CEO Jes Staley. A subcommittee was asked to look into how and when Barclays Africa...

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The largest mall in Africa ‘Mall of Africa’ to open in Midrand in 2016
Oct28

The largest mall in Africa ‘Mall of Africa’ to open in Midrand in 2016

Atterbury Property is putting up the largest mall in Africa estimated at R3,2-billion. Known as ‘Mall of Africa’, the development is located in Midrand and will accommodate over 300 shops. The mall will be a home to heavyweight international fashion retailers such as Cotton On, H&M, Forever Hamleys, Forever New, River Island, Mango, Tommy Hilfiger and Versace. Other retailers include Stuttafords, Woolworths and Edgars. – Where is...

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50 Cent Leaving America and move to Africa?
Sep08

50 Cent Leaving America and move to Africa?

The 40 year old rapper showed off a video to the public of his new house  and suggested that he will move to Africa. The gangster and hitmaker of “Candy Shop” posted a video on instagram of his new house in Africa amid bankruptcy and is planning to have te “craziest housewarming party” ever once work in construction of his new abode is completed. 50 Cent shared video to the public of his two-storey exterior...

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Why does African news get so little coverage?
Aug07

Why does African news get so little coverage?

It’s exotic, mysterious and far-flung. You should be watchful of the tsetse fly and, apparently, Livingstone and Stanley have been there and actually seen it. Yes, perhaps you’ve heard of this place called Africa. With three South African 24-hour TV news channels on DStv, the irony of the African story is that local viewers are getting less – not more – news stories and on-air TV news coverage from here. Watch a while and you’ll...

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