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Biden’s blunder could push oil prices up to $ 100

[ad_1] When President Biden announcement earlier this week that the federal government would release 50 million barrels of crude from the strategic oil reserve, perhaps those around it expected prices to drop significantly and stay low. Instead, prices rose and OPEC + hinted that it might reduce supply. Oil prices …

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Ghana’s $ 2.6 billion Skytrain project is not happening after all – Quartz Africa

[ad_1] On the opening day of the Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg in 2019, Ghana signed an agreement with a South African company for a train project that would be built above ground. The rail lines were to be 194 km long and carry nearly 400,000 passengers per year in …

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Pandora Papers reports from across Africa

[ad_1] Journalists across Africa have published stories based on a treasure trove of nearly 12 million secret documents exposing an obscure offshore financial system that allows the rich and powerful to get richer, often at the expense of the public. These documents, which come from a group of 14 offshore …

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Short-term loans, others push bank assets to 58.51 billion naira

[ad_1] Posted 22 November 2021 Massive investments in short-term financing and other prudent measures increased the assets of 10 key commercial banks from N 8.09 billion (an increase of 16.06 percent) to N 58.51 billion in a year, reports revealed. Specifically, the combined assets of the 10 selected lenders increased …

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Fight against food insecurity and strengthen the resilience of food systems in West Africa – Burkina Faso

[ad_1] World Bank approves $ 570 million multi-phased programmatic approach to improve food system resilience, promote intraregional value chains and strengthen regional agricultural risk management capacities WASHINGTON, November 18, 2021 —Some four million people across West Africa are expected to benefit from a new regional phased program that will complement …

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken makes maiden trip to Africa amid growing crises in Ethiopia and Sudan

[ad_1] US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is running headfirst in a number of fires as he makes his maiden trip to Africa as America’s top diplomat. Almost 10 months into his tenure, Blinken will bring US President Joe Biden’s “America’s back” mantra to the world’s youngest continent. But for …

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Online alternatives for payday loans are becoming more and more available

[ad_1] Millions of Americans refer to online payday loans without instant approval credit check outside the standard banking mechanism. As of March 2021, the average amount of money borrowed by US lenders is $ 730. Being involved in difficult situations, Americans face interest rates as high as 266%. Today, nearly …

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Raheem Sterling, Edinson Cavani, Timo Werner on Barcelona shortlist

[ad_1] The summer transfer window was unlike any other; check out all the major offers and find out how we ranked the biggest signings. And just because the window is closed until January doesn’t mean the rumors won’t continue. Here are the latest gossip and speculation. TOP STORY: Barça follow …

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How climate damage could shatter the Glasgow talks

[ad_1] GLASGOW, Scotland – Climate talks have turned from global declarations to technical skirmishes as negotiators work behind the scenes to address the dangers facing millions of people due to the current rise in temperatures. Ministers from nearly 200 countries are trying to reach agreement on issues that were too …

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Africa’s $ 100 billion pledged to mitigate climate change may not be achieved – Ministry of Finance

[ad_1] It appears that the $ 100 billion pledged annually to African countries by developed countries to mitigate the negative impact of climate change may not be honored. Although African countries contribute less than 3% of global emissions, the continent bears the brunt of it. The G-20 is responsible for …

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Nigerian bank says non-performing loans to entrepreneurs almost 100%

[ad_1] The Bank of Industry said entrepreneurs across the country were not used to repaying loans, saying its portfolio of non-performing loans to entrepreneurs was between 80 and 100 percent. The chief executive of the bank, Olukayode Pitan, revealed it recently during the first edition of the community engagement development …

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Eskom Gets $ 57.6 Million Loan Approval From African …

[ad_1] Africa’s largest power company, Eskom, has received approval for a $ 57.67 million loan from the African Development Bank to boost power generation from renewable energy. Dr Daniel Schroth, African Development Bank’s Acting Director for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, said the loan is based on a multi-donor funding …

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StanChart shares hit by dashed buyout prospects and hopes

[ad_1] A Standard Chartered logo is displayed at its main branch in Hong Kong, China, August 1, 2017. REUTERS / Bobby Yip Third Quarter Pre-Tax Profit Rises to $ 996 Million from $ 435 Million Books reduce credit impairment charges Equities down 8% Bank could keep electricity dry for acquisitions, …

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Documents needed to apply for a mortgage

[ad_1] If you have dreamed of building your own house, now is the time to make it come true. Record interest rates combined with a reduced and stable pension rate mean that you can currently afford up to 30% more than last year. How are you going to finance this …

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South Africa – African Development Bank approves $ 57.67 million loan to Eskom to boost power generation from renewable sources

[ad_1] The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a loan of $ 57.67 million to Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd, South Africa’s electricity utility – and Africa’s largest – to operate battery storage technology that will increase electricity production from reliable and efficient renewable energy sources. . …

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Mozambican President Felipe Nyusi sued in UK over irregular loans of KSh 220 billion Kenya News

[ad_1] Mozambican President Felipe Nyusi was sued in London court over several secret loans taken out and not repaid Much of the money was said to have disappeared in the form of bribes and bribes, and the country subsequently defaulted on repayment. Abu Dhabi-based shipbuilder, Privinvest reportedly financed President Nyusi’s …

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Redress: How “Intentional” Government Policy Denied Blacks Access to Wealth – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentry

[ad_1] Mehrsa Baradaran (Courtesy photo) When the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, the black community owned less than 1% of the total wealth of the United States, said the task force charged with studying and developing reparation proposals for Afro people. -Americans at its fourth meeting. Mehrsa Baradaran, a …

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US, Indonesia call for new G20 forum to prepare for next pandemic

[ad_1] Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen attends the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington, USA on September 30, 2021. Al Drago / Pool via REUTERS / File Photo WASHINGTON, Oct.26 (Reuters) – The world’s largest economies are set to create a forum to facilitate global coordination for the …

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Legatum Center welcomes the first Foundry Fellows | MIT News

[ad_1] MIT’s Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship recently presented the first cohort of Legatum Foundry Fellows. Hailing from eight countries, these 13 entrepreneurs have developed businesses operating in nine different markets across Africa. Having pioneered innovations in healthcare, fintech, education, and more, Foundry Fellows are dedicated to transforming systems …

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How China’s slowing economy will affect African countries

[ad_1] On October 18, the value of the South African currency fell 1.1% in response to worse-than-expected third-quarter data which revealed that the Chinese economy slowed to its slowest pace in a year. The South African rand has long served as an early warning system for investors to assess the …

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Samia and Ndayishimiye sign other agreements and plan for a grand entry into Congo

[ad_1] By LUKE ANAMI By APOLINARI TAIRO Tanzania and Burundi have signed multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects in preparation for the huge market in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The deals come as DR Congo is closing in on membership in the East African Community, after the EAC technical committee …

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Navigate the opportunities and risks of the European Green Deal for Africa

[ad_1] On July 14, 2021, the European Commission adopted a set of proposals that constitute the European Green Deal (EGD). EGD is a set of policy initiatives that define the EU’s climate strategy and aim to make Europe a pioneer in international climate policy. Its main objective is to reduce …

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Afreximbank loan approvals in Nigeria amount to 5.5 billion naira – Nairametrics

[ad_1] Afreximbank’s total loan approvals in Nigeria have now reached 5.5 billion naira, representing 26.8% of its African portfolio. This was revealed by Dr George Elombi, executive vice president of corporate governance and legal services at Afreximbank, during the official high-level tour of the Intra-African Trade Fair 2021 in Lagos …

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Loan approvals, applications abandoned in the last three months

[ad_1] By MARTIN LUTHER OKETCH Loan applications fell in the quarter ended in August, according to data from the Bank of Uganda. The fall, the central bank said, is the result of the slow economic recovery, with banks remaining cautious about what and to whom they lend. During the period …

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EA states embroiled in lender debt relief fiasco

[ad_1] By JAMES ANYANZWA East African countries face increased pressure to service their loans after the world’s richest countries executed a botched debt relief plan that pushed more than half of poorest countries in the world in external debt distress. The Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI) of the 20 richest …

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HEALTH: Covid ‐ 19 – 2021 – Africa Research Bulletin: Political, Social and Cultural Series

[ad_1] Africa faces massive vaccine shortage that threatens to turn some regions into breeding grounds for vaccine-resistant variants. Africa needs around 470 million doses to reach the goal of fully immunizing 40% of its population by the end of 2021, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) said on September …

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Grit Real Estate in Kenya financing agreement with International Finance Corporation

[ad_1] LONDON-listed Grit Real Estate Income Group, which owns around 60% of its shareholders in South Africa, said yesterday it had issued a bond to raise up to $ 31.5 million ($ 472.3 million rands) to acquire, expand and redevelop the Orbit Africa warehouse. and a manufacturing facility in Nairobi, …

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Zim Startups, discover this pan-African innovation challenge

[ad_1] Beer Garage is one of the global innovation centers managed by AB InBev with the aim of driving innovation by creating a strong community of ecosystem players. The team works with business units to find new solutions to their business problems by leveraging the dynamic ecosystems of Fintech, Africa …

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Experts discuss food security in Africa, Asia and Latin America

[ad_1] Experts revealed their perceptions of the food safety situation in Africa, Asia and Latin America at a recent online event. Regional experts shared their views on safe food and the realities on the ground taking into account policy, funding, scalability, inclusiveness, and gaps in capacity and infrastructure. Panelists spoke …

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Google to Offer KES 1 Billion in Low Interest Loans to Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa

[ad_1] Search and advertising firm Google has announced plans to invest $ 1 billion over 5 years to support Africa’s digital transformation. According to the company, the investment aims to provide fast and affordable Internet access to more Africans; create useful products; support entrepreneurship and small businesses; and helping non-profit …

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South Africa should not rush to ditch coal, minister says

[ad_1] JOHANNESBURG, Oct. 7 (Reuters) – South Africa must systematically manage its transition from power generation to coal and not rush the switch to renewable energy sources, the Minister of Mines and Mining said on Thursday. Energy, Gwede Mantashe. “I’m not saying coal forever,… I’m saying let’s manage our transition …

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China manufactures vaccines in Africa. The quad should too. – The diplomat

[ad_1] Advertising In eastern Algeria, in the province of Constantine, a production line has started manufacturing COVID-19 vaccines. The result of a joint venture between the Chinese Sinovac Biotech and the Algerian pharmaceutical group Saidal, it should produce 1 million doses in October, to increase to 5 million doses per …

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K’Osewe’s main asset auctioned for 330 million shillings loan

[ad_1] Companies K’Osewe’s main asset auctioned for 330 million shillings loan Tuesday 05 October 2021 K’Osewe Ronalo Foods owner William Guda Osewe leaves Milimani courthouse on September 27, 2021. NMG PHOTO By SAM KIPLAGATMore from this author Summary An auctioneer has put up for sale a prime commercial property owned …

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Black business pioneer honored in Germantown

[ad_1] Sign up for our daily email newsletter to stay up to date with the latest local news across Philadelphia. Over 100 years ago, a Victorian building in Germantown was the bustling seat of one of the country’s richest black entrepreneurs. John S. Trower, born before slavery ended, moved to …

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Sit-tight syndrome, coups d’état and African woes

[ad_1] Citizen jubilations are popular in the streets of countries where coups have taken place in West Africa, but not without reversing the positive trajectory of the civilian regime, especially in the Sahel region. In just five months, the seizures of power in Chad, Mali and Guinea plunged countries into …

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How Green Gold Africa is helping farmers develop the business side of agriculture – Nairametrics

[ad_1] Funny how the agricultural industry is that place where you can find some of the richest people, and also some of the poorest people. The difference is not in farming skills, but in business skills, structure and people. As a business, Green Gold Africa is an agro-technology organization focused …

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Nigeria secures $ 400 million in World Bank funding for COVID-19

[ad_1] LAGOS, Oct. 1 (Reuters) – Nigeria on Friday obtained approval for $ 400 million in funding from the World Bank to procure and deploy COVID-19 vaccines, the bank said in a statement. The World Bank’s board has approved the funding, provided through the International Development Association, which it says …

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Sun Exchange Raises $ 2.5 Million Funding to Expand Offering

[ad_1] Sun Exchange has secured $ 2.5 million in the form of a convertible note from CAMBER Emerging Markets Partners Limited Africa Renewable Energy Fund (ARPF). The same company was also responsible for Sun Exchange’s previous $ 3 million investment as a lead investor in the Serie A startup funding …

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China owed $ 385 billion in loans to 165 countries, including “hidden debt” of poor countries: report

[ad_1] One hundred and sixty-five countries owe a total of $ 385 billion in “hidden debt” to China, participating in Belt and Road Initiatives (BRIs), study finds 42 poorer countries with debt of over 10% of their individual GDP. AidData, a US-based research company, found that several of the loans …

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Invest in Africa? Invest in women

[ad_1] Thiaba Camara Sy, President of WIC Capital, a fund built by women for women Thiaba Camara Sy, The focus on gender balance as a strategic economic opportunity has grown around the world over the past two decades – it is now accompanying the rise of Africa. As research into …

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Banks urged to review loan risk assessment

[ad_1] Capital markets Banks urged to review loan risk assessment Thursday, September 30, 2021 Central Bank of Kenya. PHOTO FILE | NMG By CHARLES MWANIKIMore from this author Summary Banks in East Africa are highly exposed to bad loans, especially in situations of extreme economic shocks, due to weak customer …

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African Climate Week: the African Development Bank is ready to deploy its resources to save people and the planet

[ad_1] Calls to action were heard loud and clear from key voices across the region at the launch of Africa Climate Week 2021. The event, hosted by the government of Uganda, is expected to lead to a discussion urgent criticism before COP26 climate conference. The African Development Bank organizes thematic …

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South Africa’s fiscal crisis: new data shows signs of progress

[ad_1] The headquarters of the Reserve Bank. The SA Reserve Bank quarterly bulletin shows that South Africa recorded its first primary budget surplus since 2018. The primary surplus excludes interest charges, but gives an indication that the government can extract the necessary resources from the economyy to service the debt. …

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Auto finance company, Moove expands to Cape Town after $ 23 million raise

[ad_1] As part of its plan to grow across Africa, the mobility finance company, Moove has announced its launch in Cape Town. The city is the fourth location where the company has launched operations in 15 months of operation. This deployment in Cape Town follows Moove’s recent $ 23 million …

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It’s time to act and urgently fund to put water at the heart of African climate policies | The Guardian Nigeria News

[ad_1] KAMPALA, Uganda, September 27, 2021 – / African Media Agency (AMA) / – Climate change threatens water supplies for Africa’s most vulnerable populations. This is the central theme that WaterAid’s regional programs in Africa want to ensure that delegates to Africa Climate Week 2021 incorporate in their demands to …

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Off-Grid Solar Critical to Economic Prosperity in Sub-Saharan Africa

[ad_1] There is an urgent need for African governments and policymakers to prioritize off-grid solar to accelerate inclusive and sustainable economic development in a post-COVID-19 world. It is according to the last report by Bboxx and the Engineering Center for International Development at UCL, Off-grid energy and economic prosperity. The …

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African alarm – The Statesman

[ad_1] Is China’s African reach crumbling? The first signs are now visible that Beijing’s decision to attract African countries to its supply chain as part of its ambitious Belt and Road (BRI) initiative over the past decade is emerging. wade. There has been a wave of cancellations of major projects …

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Rwanda hits target in Covid vaccination campaign, outside EU red list

[ad_1] By BOB KARASHANI By Ange Iliza A JOINT REPORT East Africa Rwanda has reached the global September target of fully vaccinating 10% of its 12.9 million inhabitants against Covid-19 and is one of the countries recommended by the European Union to have unlimited access for non-essential travel on his …

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Tax preparer convicted on multiple counts of tax evasion for filing false tax returns | USAO-WDWA

[ad_1] Seattle – A 58-year-old resident of Pacific, Washington was convicted last night in Seattle U.S. District Court of 14 counts of aiding and abetting false income tax returns, the Acting U.S. prosecutor said Tessa M. Gorman. Jean Mpouli worked for 25 years as an aviation inspector for the Federal …

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South African rand strengthens ahead of interest rate decision

[ad_1] JOHANNESBURG, September 23 (Reuters) – The South African rand strengthened on Thursday, as traders awaited the results of a central bank monetary policy meeting later in the day, where the regulator is expected to leave its policy rate unchanged. At 0643 GMT, the rand ZAR = traded at 14.7300 …

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OPINION: Bill Gates – Doing better and listening to African civil society

[ad_1] by Community Alliance for Global Justice / AGRA Watch Earlier this year, several media outlets made alarming headlines about Bill Gates’ status as the largest private owner of farmland in the United States. Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA). African civil society organizations have spoken out against …

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Co-op Bank signs agreement to boost green energy financing

[ad_1] The Cooperative Bank of Kenya on Tuesday (September 21) signed a loan portfolio guarantee agreement with the African Guarantee Fund (AGF) for small and medium enterprises in the amount of Ksh 750 million to increase transaction financing green in Kenya. The guarantee facility will allow, on the one hand, …

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Senate Speaker Gives Committee One Week To Review Buhari’s Loan Application

[ad_1] The Senate began legislative work at President Buhari’s request for approval of multinational fund projects under the federal government’s 2018-2021 external borrowing plan. Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari last week requested Senate approval for an external loan of 4.054 billion dollars, 710 million euros and 125 million dollars. Buhari …

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Kenya seeks IMF help to repay Chinese loans

[ad_1] Economy Kenya seeks IMF help to repay Chinese loans Tuesday, September 21, 2021 The Director General of the Bureau of Public Debt Management Haron Sirima. PHOTO FILE | NMG By CONSTANT MUNDAMore from this author Summary Kenya is considering using funds from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to repay …

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Mattress Firm, Owned by Steinhoff, Confidentially Files US IPO

[ad_1] Sept. 20 (Reuters) – Mattress Firm Group Inc, the mattress sales firm of South African retail group Steinhoff, confidentially filed documents with regulators on Monday for an IPO in the United States. Steinhoff International Holdings NV said in August that it was evaluating options https://www.reuters.com/article/steinhoff-intln-mattress-firm-ipo-idUSL8N2Q24G0, including a public listing, …

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Paul Rusesabagina: hero of “Hotel Rwanda” and accused terrorist

[ad_1] Nairobi (AFP) The gentle-mannered hero of “Hotel Rwanda” credited with saving hundreds of lives during the 1994 genocide, Paul Rusesabagina became Kigali’s most bitter critic before being tried for terrorism. The unassuming hotel manager in a hurrying suit became the world’s most famous Rwandan after the film’s release, but …

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How Emerging Economies Can Overcome Private Sector Risk Perception

[ad_1] The perception of risk associated with investing in emerging markets remains one of the limiting opportunities for a sustainable post-COVID economic recovery. Adopting a more holistic approach to risk mitigation is necessary to improve a country’s attractiveness and business environment and private capital projects. Risk mitigation should be understood …

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Buhari regime defends Nigeria’s growing foreign lending, lists bogus projects

[ad_1] The presidency has backed the growing external loans that Nigeria is reeling under, saying the loans are meant to finance projects and programs that benefit Nigerians. In a statement released on Saturday, presidential spokesman Garba Shehu listed a few bogus projects and programs the loans would be spent on. …

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Updates on vaccines, energy and climate change

[ad_1] New South African technology transfer center to replicate Moderna vaccine A technology transfer center in South Africa established in June aims to replicate, with Moderna’s help, the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, according to a senior official at the World Health Organization. Moderna said in October 2020 that it will not …

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Sub-Saharan Africa needs $ 425 billion in financing by 2030 – Adesina

[ad_1] Posted September 18, 2021 African Development Bank President Dr Akinwumi Adesina said Africa needs $ 425 billion in additional gross financing by 2030. He said this in a statement announcing that the Africa Investment Forum was to host its 2021 market days in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. Adesina said, “We …

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Angolan oil giant Sonangol lost $ 4 billion in pandemic last year

[ad_1] Cars are seen outside the headquarters of Angolan national oil company Sonangol in the capital Luanda, Angola. June 7, 2016. REUTERS / Ed Cropley / File Photo Sonangol 2020 results show loss of $ 4.1 billion Total liabilities stood at $ 26.8 billion The oil giant took out two …

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The IMF is increasingly picky about its financing

[ad_1] Sep 18, 2021 MALL AFRICANS still hold a grudge against the IMF which dates back to the 1990s when he first became known for the bitter drug he administered. Before any bailout, the fund would insist that countries agree to painful structural adjustment programs that included cutting public spending …

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Why African governments are accepting Afghan refugees

[ad_1] In the final days of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, a handful of African governments have raised their hands to welcome Afghan refugees. Rwanda, Uganda, Sudan and the self-proclaimed independent state of Somaliland have offered to host hundreds to thousands of refugees in their countries. These African governments — …

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Exclusive-Nigeria dangote in talks with traders for oil refinery loan

[ad_1] LAGOS / LONDON (Reuters) – Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote is in talks with some of the world’s biggest oil traders to help finance his mega refinery project outside the center Nigerian commercial from Lagos, sources familiar with the matter said. FILE PHOTO: View of the Dangote Oil Refinery …

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Autochek acquires online car platforms from ROAM Africa

[ad_1] by Bennett Oghifo Autochek, an automotive technology company facilitating auto finance in Africa and ROAM Africa (Ringier One Africa Media) have reached an agreement for Autochek to acquire the Cheki Kenya and Cheki Uganda automotive markets, as Autochek expands further in the market African. The deal will be finalized …

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The failure of instant cash lending startups during the pandemic

The failure of instant cash lending startups during the pandemic

[ad_1] Digital lending startups have faced the crisis as borrowers fail to follow the coercive collection tactics of some app-based lenders. Industry representatives said most of these entities lack regulation. At the same time, they admit that some course changes may also be necessary for startups themselves. Digital lending startups …

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Zillow, United Negro College Fund, and Black Tech Ventures to Host Hackathon for Historically Black College and University Students

[ad_1] To engage HBCU students who have varying levels of technical skills, Zillow’s HBCU Hackathon is open to both students with advanced computer coding experience as well as those with little or no coding experience. Students will work closely with mentors Zillow and BTV. Teams can have up to four …

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New Lingard alternative in West Ham equation as Moyes targets African star

[ad_1] Another alternative to Jesse Lingard has entered the transfer equation to West Ham United according to new reports from France. David Moyes is patiently waiting to see if Lingard’s return to West Ham is a possibility following his sensational loan spell last season. With Manchester United adding Cristiano Ronaldo …

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Africa’s park tourism crash is a wake-up call

[ad_1] THAT African governments have failed to raise funds to conserve their vast protected areas is beyond doubt. Countries barely managed to pay basic salaries to rangers who barely had enough to power their patrol vehicles. COVID-19 has exacerbated this already dire situation, with the loss of income from foreign …

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Zepz, formerly WorldRemit Group, the leading digital cross-border payments platform, has raised $ 292 million in new Series E primary financing, reaching a valuation of $ 5 billion

[ad_1] LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Zepz, formerly WorldRemit, a digital cross-border payments platform operating two market-leading brands (WorldRemit and Sendwave, acquired in 2021), with over 11 million users1 in 150 countries, today announces that it has raised $ 292 million in new primary funding, reaching a valuation of $ 5 billion. …

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Nigeria to explore DFC option in infrastructure finance – Minister | The Guardian Nigeria News

[ad_1] The HMIC, Alh. Lai Mohammed The federal government has said it will explore the American International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) to find funds for its infrastructure development. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed made it known Saturday in Washington after a meeting with Mr. Johnnie Carson, …

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Cassbana, Egypt is expanding rapidly by offering financial identities to unbanked communities

[ad_1] Egyptian fintech start-up Cassbana, which builds financial identities for underserved and unbanked communities, has grown rapidly and has already provided more than 10,000 loans in 14 cities. Founded in June of last year, Cassbana uses machine learning and AI to deliver financial identities to underserved and unbanked consumers, with …

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Moove raises $ 23 million to create flexible options for drivers to own cars in Africa – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Africa is home to over a billion people, the majority of whom have little or no access to auto finance. In fact, the continent has the lowest per capita car ownership rate in the world. In 2019, Africa had less than 900,000 new vehicle sales. The United States sold …

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Bernardo Silva desperate for Barcelona move after Man City exit

[ad_1] The summer transfer window is in its final month for the big European leagues, which means the biggest clubs are looking to make a splash in the market before the start of the new season. Check out the latest gossip below, and check out all the official offers here. …

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Tunisia puts Ennahda official under house arrest, colleague says

[ad_1] A Tunisian flag flies in front of the headquarters building of the moderate Islamist party Ennahda in Tunis, Tunisia, July 29, 2021. REUTERS / Ammar Awad / File Photo TUNIS, Aug.6 (Reuters) – The Tunisian interior ministry has placed under house arrest a senior official from the moderate Islamist …

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Church in United States undertakes fundraising for Africa

[ad_1] American Bishops call on the faithful to give generously to support their Catholic brothers and sisters in Africa, saying their commitment will make a real and tangible difference in the lives of countless people. By Vatican News reporter The Church in the United States traditionally dedicates the months of …

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City of Jackson seeks up to $ 5.5 million in bonds for planetarium and arts center

[ad_1] JACKSON, Mississippi (WLBT) – African manuscripts that have stood the test of time for centuries face a new threat: high temperatures caused by a faulty HVAC system at the Mississippi Center for the Arts. The center on Pascagoula Street was virtually inoperative for more than a month after the …

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Partners strengthen Africa’s fight against COVID-19 and poverty

[ad_1] An engineer works at the Soroti power plant in Uganda in December 2016. The plant was developed in partnership with USAID’s Power Africa. (© Isaac Kasamani / AFP / Getty Images) The United States and its international partners are investing $ 80 billion in Africa’s private sector to help …

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Seychelles: African Development Bank approves $ 20 million loan to support Covid-19 recovery – Seychelles

[ad_1] The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group approved a flexible loan of $ 20 million to finance the Seychelles Governance and Economic Reform Support Program, which is expected to contribute to the macroeconomic stability of the island nation and recovery after Covid-19 in the medium term. …

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