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SeamlessHR, others recognised in Financial Times’s ranking of Fastest Growing African Companies

B & FT Online 27 May 2024
SeamlessHR, Africa’s leading HR and payroll software company, alongside three Ghanaian companies have been named amongst the fastest-growing African companies by the Financial Times, one of the world’s leading business news organisations.
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KFAED participates in BADEA annual meetings to boost int'l coop.

Kuna 27 May 2024
... 50th meeting of the Board of Governors of the African Development Fund under the slogan (Transformation of Africa and the African Development Bank Group and Reform of the Global Financial Structure).
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Quantum Foods earnings soar, but avian flu risk clouds outlook

Independent online (SA) 27 May 2024
Overall, the Group’s other African operations recovered well from the weak financial performance experienced during the previous period, contributing satisfactorily to the company’s financial performance.
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Exness Wins Double Honours at FMAS 2024

Finance Magnates 27 May 2024
These awards cement Exness's leadership in the African financial sector and highlight its commitment to client-centricity and exceptional trading solutions ... Terence Hove, a Senior Financial Markets ...
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Nigerian Vice President focuses on nation’s heavy dependence on oil imports

MENA FN 27 May 2024
(MENAFN) Nigerian Vice President Kashim Shettima revealed that Nigeria annually spends a staggering USD25 billion on importing oil, a significant financial burden for the African nation. The ... .
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Mixed martial arts Africa Champs kick off in Namibia

Independent online (SA) 27 May 2024
Aside from financial woes, these are exciting times for African MMA ... Under the hosting of MMA Namibia, the 2024 African Championships will be supported by the African MMA Confederation (AMMAC), as well as partners RDX, UFC and BRAVE Combat Federation.
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Khazarian Mafia murder spree triggers bounties for top Satanists

Weekly News 27 May 2024
As a result, African countries face financial difficulties, and they are forced to borrow back their own money from the French central bank as debts ... Any refusal by an African ruler to pay the colonial tax often leads to a France-instigated coup.
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Financial Well-being: Key to Better Mental Health

Independent online (SA) 26 May 2024
Recent studies conducted by reputable organisations such as the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) and Sanlam shed light on the alarming correlation between these financial strains and mental wellness.
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Run on Numbers: How general elections impact personal finances in South Africa

Independent online (SA) 26 May 2024
Understanding these impacts can help South Africans navigate the economic tides that follow an election, enabling them to make informed financial decisions ... conditions for many South Africans.
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Empowering tomorrow’s stars: The role of education in cultivating talent and sustainability in the African entertainment industry

Mmegi Online 26 May 2024
The African continent is ripe with unrealised potential ... Fortunately, education is widely prized across our continent, and it is a shared aspiration amongst almost all Africans ... In the words of the African Union, “...
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Revealed: how Church of England’s ties to chattel slavery went to top of hierarchy

The Observer 26 May 2024
“It is also a reminder that this work is not finished and there is more we need to do to examine our role in the trade in enslaved Africans, which was a blasphemy against God’s creation in treating men, women and children as less than human.
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Alex Mashilo: A post-election conversation on corporate capture is overdue

Independent online (SA) 26 May 2024
The US House of Representatives was reacting to the South African government’s adoption of entrenching involvement in the expanding BRICS Plus, including relations with China and Russia.
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Meet the actress playing Queenie: ‘There were times when I was rattled’

The Times/The Sunday Times 26 May 2024
Performing in a gender-swapped version of A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry’s seminal play about an African-American family’s struggle for financial stability, stoked an early love of the craft.
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The African struggle, the African dream and the African opportunity

Independent online (SA) 25 May 2024
The African opportunity is even more ideal because it comes to these lands at a time when many parts of this continent’s governance, leadership and financial systems are not only maturing but also ...
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Reviving historical and geographical ties between Africa and Arab world

Blitz 25 May 2024
This event also underscored the active role of the bank in fostering economic, financial, and technical cooperation between the Arab world and Africa, embodying Arab-African solidarity ... Arab-African ...

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