Ebi Egbe Faults Minister On Abuja National Stadium Turf

[Guardian] Stadium facilities construction expert, Ebi Egbe has faulted the move by Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung to regrass the Abuja National Stadium with N130 million.

[Guardian] Stadium facilities construction expert, Ebi Egbe has faulted the move by Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung to regrass the Abuja National Stadium with N130 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sascoc Inquiry Scratches the Surface of Corruption, but Misses Transparency Mark

[Daily Maverick] The Zulman Inquiry into alleged maladministration of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has already heard two days of damning allegations. The inquiry has the potential to be game changing, but in its…

[Daily Maverick] The Zulman Inquiry into alleged maladministration of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has already heard two days of damning allegations. The inquiry has the potential to be game changing, but in its infancy, it's missing the mark on transparency.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ramaphosa and the World – South Africa’s Opportunity to Transform Its Global Reputation

[Daily Maverick] In the wake of the stunning political developments surrounding Jacob Zuma’s banishment and the ascendance of Cyril Ramaphosa as South Africa’s newest president, it is time to take stock of the country’s foreign policy evolution, and wh…

[Daily Maverick] In the wake of the stunning political developments surrounding Jacob Zuma's banishment and the ascendance of Cyril Ramaphosa as South Africa's newest president, it is time to take stock of the country's foreign policy evolution, and what the new president must face. J. BROOKS SPECTOR takes a stab.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Announces Offering of U.S.$2.5 Billion Eurobond

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government has announced the offering of US$2.5 billion Eurobond aggregate principal amount of dual series notes (the “Notes”) under its Global Medium Term Note Programme.

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government has announced the offering of US$2.5 billion Eurobond aggregate principal amount of dual series notes (the "Notes") under its Global Medium Term Note Programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Producers Fault Proposed Palm Oil Importation Under ETLS

[Guardian] Benin City -Stakeholders and members of the Plantation Owners Forum of Nigeria (POFON), have urged the Federal Government to dismiss the proposed application by OLAM to import some oil palm products under the West African Trade Liberalisatio…

[Guardian] Benin City -Stakeholders and members of the Plantation Owners Forum of Nigeria (POFON), have urged the Federal Government to dismiss the proposed application by OLAM to import some oil palm products under the West African Trade Liberalisation Scheme (ETLS).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

NACC to Lead Delegates On Trade Mission to U.S.

[This Day] The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce will be leading businessmen and women, investors, government representatives across all sectors of the economy on a trade mission to Washington DC, United States.

[This Day] The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce will be leading businessmen and women, investors, government representatives across all sectors of the economy on a trade mission to Washington DC, United States.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

29 Investment Schemes Registered

[Zimbabwe Independent] The Securities Commission of Zimbabwe (Seczim) says it now has managed to bring together 29 collective investment schemes under its ambit as it intensifies efforts to strengthen regulatory oversight on the schemes.

[Zimbabwe Independent] The Securities Commission of Zimbabwe (Seczim) says it now has managed to bring together 29 collective investment schemes under its ambit as it intensifies efforts to strengthen regulatory oversight on the schemes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rainbow Tourism Group Launches Mobile Application

[The Herald] Hospitality concern, Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG), has launched an integrated mobile application RTG Gateway, a first for the industry that is expected to boost domestic tourism and enhance the ease of doing business within the tourism sect…

[The Herald] Hospitality concern, Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG), has launched an integrated mobile application RTG Gateway, a first for the industry that is expected to boost domestic tourism and enhance the ease of doing business within the tourism sector. The application is expected to promote domestic tourism by increasing visibility of smaller brands in the country, while providing convenience in service delivery across value chains.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe