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Facebook opens first African office in Johannesburg

Facebook announced this week that it’s opening its first office in Africa and has hired Ogilvy and Nike veteran, Nunu Ntshingila-Njeke to head it. ¬†Based in Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, the company hopes to build on 20% growth experienced between September of 2014 and June of 2015. ¬†

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Five Reasons Why I Invest in African Stocks

Investing in African stocks strikes many US-based investors as impractical at best, and foolhardy at worst. Here are a few reasons why it’s the first place I look for investment bargains. 1. Africa’s where the growth is. African economies hit a speed bump in 2008, but most will be firing on all cylinders again soon. […]

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Israeli Delegation on Eight Day Official Tour of Five African Countries

The Israeli Foreign Minister, Mr Avigdor Liberman is expected in Accra on Monday, as part of an eight-day official tour of 5 African countries, including Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda. A statement issued and signed by Mr William Anani-Abotsi, Assistant Director of Information and Public Affairs Bureau at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional […]

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