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2020-01-27 08:11:17.0

British Oil Company Wants to Buy More Businesses in Nigeria

The British Oil and Gas company, The Savanah oil disclosed that after successfully acquire a business in Nigeria that it is just the beginning as part of a plan to establish its footprint across the country.

2020-01-27 08:07:49.0

France and The US Make Peace over Digital Tax

The Republic of France and the United States of America on Thursday reached an agreement on how to handle cross border digital tax that almost caused a trade war between the two Nations.

2020-01-27 08:04:08.0

Nigeria Battles P&ID Again in London Court

Nigerian legal case with P&ID will resume again in London court in March 2020.

2020-01-27 07:55:35.0

Africa's Economic Fortune is Taking Shape - Macroeconomics Indicate

Macroeconomic factors show that Africa is moving from a consumption economy to an investment-driven economy, according to the latest report.

2020-01-27 07:45:45.0

Swiss Marched Against World Economic Forum

Swiss Police used water cannon to quench demonstration tagged Swiss against World Economic Forum in Davos.

2020-01-27 07:36:44.0

US Democrats Lined-up Witnesses to End Trump's Presidency

The US democrat Lawmakers have put together a list of witnesses for the on-going impeachment trial that is set to remove Donald Trump as President of the most powerful nation in the world.

2020-01-27 07:26:26.0

AYO Cries Out As Sasol Moves to End Contract

AYO Technology confirms the move by Sasol to end a R2 billion contract signed with the company in 2018, which has also resulted in a lawsuit that is currently in court.

2020-01-25 12:42:57.0

Amotekun to Receive Legal Backing After Yemi Osinbajo's Meeting

The vice president Yemi Osinbanjo on Friday had a consultation meeting with the South West Governors on the Amotekun Initiative. The meeting concluded with all the stakeholders agreeing that Each state involved will put necessary legal backings in place to ensure that Amotekun complies with the community policing policy according to the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

2020-01-25 12:37:31.0

The Johannesburg Bourse Recorded Worst Weekly Loss, Attributed to The Chinese Coronavirus

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Friday recorded its worst weekly loss of the year 2020. According to the analyst, this was due to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak that disrupted the Asian equity market.

2020-01-25 12:33:09.0

Platinum Miner Lost Millions of Dollars in ESKOM Related Incidences in South Africa

Angolan-American Miner reported a loss of about $51 million in blackout related incidences caused by ESKOM load-shedding in South Africa. The losses were in forms of several ounces of platinum metal.
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  • British Oil Company Wants to Buy More Businesses in Nigeria

  • France and The US Make Peace over Digital Tax

  • Nigeria Battles P&ID Again in London Court

  • Africa's Economic Fortune is Taking Shape - Macroeconomics Indicate

  • Swiss Marched Against World Economic Forum

  • US Democrats Lined-up Witnesses to End Trump's Presidency

  • AYO Cries Out As Sasol Moves to End Contract

  • Amotekun to Receive Legal Backing After Yemi Osinbajo's Meeting

  • The Johannesburg Bourse Recorded Worst Weekly Loss, Attributed to The Chinese Coronavirus

  • Platinum Miner Lost Millions of Dollars in ESKOM Related Incidences in South Africa