Angola: Latest News
Ann Brown, 8:54 pm
the African country of Angola can now boast of a booming economy and a growing regional and international diplomatic profile.”
Dana Sanchez, 2:54 pm
SABMiller tries to buy starch from local suppliers in Africa for beer-making. This raises the potential for local consumption and builds engagement with local communities, the company says.
Dana Sanchez, 8:43 pm
Despite soil’s importance, most people in Africa lack knowledge about soil partly because information tends to be in publications read only by scientists.
Dana Sanchez, 2:30 pm
Findings from an exploratory well in the Walvis Basin off Namibia’s central coast are promising, although drilling results for this first well show that the rock penetrated does not contain commercially viable oil reserves.
Dana Sanchez, 9:09 pm
Home-grown African companies have been steadily creating brand love and brand equity over the last decade or so. They’re local, they’re low priced, and in terms of quality they’re as good as the international brands,
Makula Dunbar, 4:17 pm
The Southern African country of Angola – one of the fastest growing economies on the continent – as announced plans to launch a bourse in the next three years.
Makula Dunbar, 3:29 pm
Africa’s consumer-facing industries have the potential to deliver good investment returns, according to Robert Scharar, Commonwealth Funds manager and president of financial planning and investment firm, FCA Corp.
Makula Dunbar, 4:13 pm
Sub-Sahara’s TotallyConcrete Expo to analyze economic growth as it impacts the construction sector. Already in Tanzania, cement demand has increased 10 percent since last year.
Makula Dunbar, 1:06 pm
Angola makes it clear, unconstitutional power seizures are unwelcome. The Peace and Security Council is enforcing peace and tension prevention to reiterate the message
Dana Sanchez, 11:02 am
Falling agricultural productivity, a rising middle class and more mouths to feed are driving up Africa’s food imports, and that could spell opportunity, or set off finger pointing. Bad luck could be blamed, according to an article in Financial Times. Rice crops were damaged by bad weather in Niger, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Madagascar and Benin. Egypt’s cattle have been beset […]
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