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On the 27th of May, ASAH held their 3rd African Business Day at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam! Weren't there to witness it yourself? Check out the aftermovie and stay tuned for the next edition! Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
First day of the conference was full of excitement! Oriflame family has brought to London loads of energy & passion!! Please check the footage from the first Business Day - Africa + Turkey. Share it with your friends and show the world how Oriflame rolls!
The Association of Students of African Heritage (ASAH) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam introduces you to the African Business Day 2017 through #MyAfrica! What is #MyAfrica? Through this campaign, we wish to bring the world into contact with more postive images and perspectives on Africa! Want to join us? Don't be afraid and send your video to email@example.com Created by: VUES (firstname.lastname@example.org) Contact us: email@example.com www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
Want to know what’s going on in fast-growing Africa? How do businesses and entrepreneurs innovate? Discover opportunities and lessons from this great continent at the African Business Day, which takes place on the Erasmus campus on Friday 26 and Saturday 27th of May. Don’t miss the inspiring speakers from companies such as Facebook & CNN, interactive workshop sessions from Rabobank & Shell, and network with current and future leaders of Africa. Sign up now! Tickets are only €5 for students and includes a walking dinner! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/african-business-day-2017-tickets-24738907739?aff=eac
Met #MyAfrica wil ASAH je kennis laten maken met de minder bekende kanten van Afrika! Bezoek onze African Business Day 2017 op 26 en 27 mei om nog meer te ontdekken! Tickets: https://www.bit.ly/ABDtickets Created by: VUES (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Being part of ASAH (The association of students of African heritage), students Sarah El Boukhallouki and Ranya Bellouki are on a mission to 'Redefine Africa'! Together they organized the African Business Day 2016. "Every time that Africa gets mentioned as a continent, it goes hand in hand with famine, poverty and political instability. But Africa also has a different story to tell. It is the continent that has great potential as a human capital resource, there is immense growth in GDP, and the opportunities it has for renewable energy.. these are the stories that are never being mentioned."
On this weeks episode, the Africa Inc team attended the Investing in African Mining Indaba and caught up with key players in the industry to discuss their outlook for 2017. Mark Bristow, CEO of Rangold Resources gives us some insight into where they are finding value on the continent and Tom Albanese from Vedanta gives us an update on the company's Zambian operations. We also catch up with the CEO of GoviEx, Daniel Major to find out how a recovery in the Uranium price could see further investment in Africa's mining sector.
OPEN FOR MORE INFO! The 2nd annual African Business Day takes place on May 19th 2016. Don't miss out and get your tickets today. TICKETS: https://goo.gl/nZxZ8K MORE INFORMATION: http://asah-eur.nl/africanbusinessday/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/asahabd/ ---------------------------------------------------------------
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With South African companies entrenching their footprint on the rest of the continent, we catch up with the CEO of Tiger Brand, Peter Matlare, and Executive Chairman of PPC, Bheki Sibiya. We find out how much the rising African middle class is worth to online retailers. And Gerhard le Roux, sales trader at IMARA, takes us through this week's movers and shakers.
This -- Business Day's third advertisement in the "Understand your country. Or lose it" campaign -- deals with the issues of governance and the national housing crisis. The advert encourages debate and discussion around the appropriation of South Africa's tax resources by highlighting the issue from the perspective of those most directly affected by it -- the country's poorest citizens.
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The second TV advertisement in Business Day's "Understand your country. Or lose it" campaign deals with issues of inequality, governance and the rights of both foreigners and South African citizens. On April 30 2013, a Jet Airways airliner carrying more than 200 foreign passengers landed at Waterkloof -- a South African air force base -- without proper clearance or process, granting the passengers freer access to the country than even South African citizens. Typically, however, undocumented migrants caught in South Africa are detained, transported to Lindela Repatriation Centre and then deported.
Ethiopia's been on the list of the world's fastest growing economies for the past 10 years. It has also been climbing the rungs of the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business report. But to what extent does the wave of social and political unrest hitting the country risk thwarting economic prospects? Africa Inc. explores this with Mulugeta Kelil, Ethiopia’s Ambassador to South Africa, Tryphosa Ramano from PPC and Tony de la Motte from Group Five.
On the show this week, Mark Bohlund, Senior Economist for Sub-Saharan Africa at HIS, discusses the 16th Heads of State Summit of the East African Community. And as economies and democracies mature and catch the eyes of international investors, we take a look at the risks and opportunities with Tara O’Connor, CEO of Africa Risk Consulting. Joseph Rohm, Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management, takes us through the week’s news and market action.
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RTI - MADE IN AFRICA - Le Business de la sécurité Privée Au programme, enquête au cœur du marché de la sécurité privée. 900 entreprises en Côte d’Ivoire. Mais moins de 100 d’entres elles sont reconnues par l’Etat Ivoirien. Vous verrez comment les entreprises historiques mais aussi les nouveaux entrants misent sur les nouvelles technologies pour se démarquer et conquérir de nouveaux clients. Nous prendrons aussi la direction de Johannesburg, la capitale économique de l’Afrique du Sud ; l’un des pays au monde les plus exposés à la criminalité : 52 meurtres par jour en 2017. Pour faire face à ce fléau de nombreuses entreprises de sécurité privée voient le jour. Nous vous emmènerons, en immersion, au sein de l’une des plus performantes d’entres elle : TSU AFRICA. Vous découvrirez des équipes ...
Today we look at a very important product in the global food system. This is the number one starch vegetable in the world, and the only unrefined starch within the starchmarket. In South Africa, this product produces an incredible 2.18 million tons. The good old potato! Like many other industries, the potato industry also has its own challenges. With the unprecedented weather conditions, the potatoes with a more elongated texture than normal, some farmers parcels was turned down from firt-degree to third-degree, while there is nothing wrong with the potatoes themselves. Chris Burgess together with Rozie McKenzie investigates this industry. They also visit Potatoes SA.
Macozoma knew Vuyo Mbuli very well and they met when Vuyo was still a teacher more than 20 years ago. Farewell dinner for Saki Macozoma, Council Chairman, University of the Witwatersrand. Joining CNBC Africa for a discussion around the importance of the elections to ratings agencies and business in South Africa is Saki Macozoma, President, Business Leadership South Africa and. As the saying goes, you live in interesting times. Brand South Africa has definitely had an interesting week from allegedly paying $10 million to host the 2017 World Cup to state capture.
Africa Business Media Innovators 2017 is a three-day gathering hosted by Matt Winkler, Co-Founder & Editor Emeritus, Bloomberg News, and Justin Smith, CEO of Bloomberg Media. Focused on Africa, but with a global perspective, ABMI17 will explore how best to maintain a flourishing media sector and how business and financial journalism can best contribute to sustainable development on the African continent.
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie takes you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We visit sugar producer Charl Senekal in Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal, and explore the variety of attractions in the area. We also talk to a few local producers and residents, and Roy McGladdery shares his incredible story with us. Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad joins us in-studio for his weekly opinion. Mpumelelo Mkhabela investigates the challenges and opportunities in the sugar industry with his guest in-studio - Suresh Naidoo from the South African Sugar Association. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to exe...
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie, take you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We visit Oudtshoorn - well known for its ostrich farms and "ostrich tourism". We also look at all the different ostrich-goods produced here, and the sector’s contribution to the economy. Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad joins Rozanne in studio with his weekly insights, and Nobri Booyzen from the "Exotic Leather Cluster" talks to Theo Vorster about what is being done to stimulate growth in this sector. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to exercise your right as consumer – it affects us all.
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie, takes you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We take the R71 to admire the incredible scenery on route to Tzaneen. The road then takes us to Lufafa Hatchery in Letsitele. Chris Burgess, Editor in Chief of Landbouweekblad, joins us, and we talk to Country Bird Holdings to see just how the chicken finds its way to the shelves. Theo closes the programme with an in-depth discussion with Kevin Lovell from SA Poultry Association. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to exercise your right as consumer – it affects us all.
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie, takes you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We focus on the picturesque area around the Hartbeespoort Dam, and explore some of the attractions in the surrounding area. Our trip then led us to a local vegetable producer, who shed some light on this industry. Chris Burgess joins us for his weekly opinion, and we make a turn at the impressive Fresh Produce Market in Johannesburg. Lindie Stroebel, GM at the Produce Marketing Association then joins Mpumelelo to unpack the issues in this industry. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to ex...
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Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie, take you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. In this episode, we visit the heart of the Cape Karoo, Beaufort West, with its friendly people, picturesque horizons and rich history. We also focus on the sheep industry, more specifically Karoo Lamb, unique to this area! Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad also shares some insights into the industry, with Dr. Pieter Prinsloo (RPO) and Aggrey Mahanjana (NERPO) taking the discussion further with Theo Vorster in studio. Nation in Conversation……. dialogue to connect. Join in the conversation. Exercise your right as a consumer - it affects us all.
Nation in Conversation is traveling through South Africa. Today we will look at the so-called "Maize Triangle", as well as the huge NAMPO Harvest Day Festival. South Africa boasts with some of the best maize in the world. Maize is an important staple food in our country. In the livestock industry, it is a very important feeding component. Chickens, pigs and beef production could not exist without maize. We also visit the Van Zyl family's farm in Wesselsbron, and see how maize meal, as well as animal feed is produced. Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad joins us to share his insights on the industry, and we look at the role of agribusinesses in support of producers. Theo Vorster discuss the topic of Maize and its different components with Jacob de Villiers from AFGRI and Daan Bronkhorst ...
Africa day is an event that takes place every year in the Wandsbek district of Hamburg. The event celebrates the establisment of the African Union organization. The business forum was a dinner special where people dicussed issues facing Africans in diaspora. People in Germany come together and celebrate it.
ACC explores business opportunities under continental free trade area