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

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 the …

Read More »

Cook County Public Health Department Partners with Personal Computers to Provide 100 Free / Low-Cost Computers to Outskirts of Cook County Youth

The program is part of the County’s Rainbow Project to Address Learning Loss Caused by the COVID-19 pandemic (Forest Park, Illinois)—The Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) announced today that it has partnered with PCs for People to provide free or low-cost computers to children in suburban Cook County. …

Read More »

A Bitcoin ETF: what does it all mean?

Last Sunday, October 18, it was confirmed that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) would not prevent the very first Bitcoin-based ETF from starting trading. This is an extremely important announcement for crypto investors and likely a turning point in terms of the global and traditional acceptance of …

Read More »

Mkhize challenges SIU Digital Vibes report, claims unit had predetermined outcome

Former Health Minister Mkhize wants the Johannesburg High Court to review and overturn the findings and recommendations of the report that examines the multi-million Rand tender awarded to Digital Vibes. FILE: Former Minister of Health Zweli Mkhize delivered a speech at Grey’s Hospital in Pietermaritzburg, where the country’s first COVID-19 …

Read More »

Sable simplifies credit and banking services

Globalization has created global citizens – people who cross borders and move to new countries for school or work, or simply choose to call a new place home. For people moving to the United States, this flexibility comes with huge challenges when it comes to simple tasks like getting a …

Read More »

They fought apartheid in South Africa. Now they want veterans benefits.

PRETORIA, South Africa – Lesley Kgogo was 17 when he swapped a school uniform for a military fatigues and joined the armed wing of the African National Congress in the fight to overthrow the apartheid regime in South Africa. He was one of thousands who trained and slept in bush …

Read More »

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

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 on …

Read More »

As Johannesburg grapples with systemic firefighting issues, pr …

After several criticisms of residents and a court of law, there has been little or no improvement in the city of Johannesburg’s firefighting capabilities in recent years, opening up a void in the private firefighter market. Robert Mulaudzi, spokesperson for the emergency services of the city of Johannesburg, confirmed that …

Read More »

Aeronautics: structuring itself at the time of recovery – Transport

To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. As the world takes notable and promising steps to emerge from the pandemic, Walkers is pleased to see strong positive trends in aviation transactional activity in recent months. The industry has already seen an upturn in capital markets activity this …

Read More »

South Africa: Declaration on Freedom of the Media

South Africa has come a long way since the dark day of October 19, 1977, when the apartheid regime firmly tightened the noose on press freedom. Known as Black Wednesday, this day has rightly become South Africa’s official media freedom day. On that day in 1977, the racist all-white government …

Read More »