Business Posts

"Africa Only" Phosphates Mine To Be Set Up Morocco

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2014


Bamako (AFP) - Morocco is to build a production unit for phosphate destined exclusively for the African market, an official told AFP on the sidelines of a state visit of .. Read More →

Rates Hike Expected As Inflation Rises in South African

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African consumer prices rose 5.8 percent in January, official statistics showed on Wednesday, tipping the scales towards another interest rate rise when the reserve bank next .. Read More →

South Africa Vow To Hunt Illegal Miners

By Correspondent , 19 , Feb 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South Africa's elite police unit vowed on Tuesday to hunt down the kingpins behind widespread illegal mining, as more than 20 men trapped down a mothballed gold .. Read More →

Uganda Plays Host To Regional Infrastructure Summit

By Correspondent , 17 , Feb 2014


Kampala - Uganda will this week host the fourth Northern Corridor Integration Projects Summit with particular focus set towards the sharing of knowledge on the projects being pursued by the .. Read More →

How Costly Is Bad Customer Service To Your Business? : Benson Mukandiwa

By editor , 16 , Feb 2014


The simple definition or description of a customer is that of- ‘the conduit between the employee and any profit potential that an organization may realize’. The most vital approach for .. Read More →

Zim Government Closes Over 300 Private Colleges

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


By Raynard Tatenda Reputable training centres Empretec, Herentals, ZAOGA operating illegally The Zimbabwean Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development has shut down 120 colleges with effect .. Read More →

Finance Mishandling A Cause For Concern For Zim

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


By Pretty Chavango The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) on Wednesday held a workshop at the Jameson hotel, Harare aimed at sensitizing media on issues to do with .. Read More →

Kenya`Iten Town Business Boom From World Athletes Training

By Mildred Richards , 12 , Feb 2014


The small Kenyan town of Iten has become popular with athletes from all over the world as they are all heading to Kenya to carry out their training due to .. Read More →

Road Tolls For University Of Ghana

By Correspondent , 11 , Feb 2014


The University of Ghana has defended its decision to continue collecting road tolls on the the university's campus despite government's appeal. Speaking to Joy News' Afreh Kwakye Nuamah, Monday, the .. Read More →

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