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Dangote Foundation, GBCHealth, join forces to build Coalition on Health

Dangote Foundation and GBCHealth have joined forces to forge a new model of partnership, African Business Coalition on Health (GBCHealth) in Africa. Chairman...

Union Bank to open N50bn rights issue on Wednesday

Stanley Opara Union Bank Plc says the subscription for its N50bn rights issue will commence on Wednesday, September 20 and close on October 30, 2017. The...

First Bank of Nigeria Leads Sustainable Development within Communities

First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s Most Valuable Bank Brand, is known to be the leading financial services provider to stakeholders with varying...

Energy theft: EKEDC launches ‘Operation Name and Shame’

Lagos —In a continued fight against energy theft within its area of operations, Eko Electricity Distribution Company has launched what it aptly tagged...

SA’s PPC targets $700mln higher offer from Fairfax

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 15  - South Africa’s biggest cement producer PPC said on Friday it expected Canada’s Fairfax Africa Investments to raise its takeover offer...

Sustained Calumny: Aiteo sets the Records Straight over Diezani’s links

The publication contains several untrue and malicious allegations against our Executive Vice Chairman and the Aiteo Group LONDON, United Kingdom, September 15, 2017/ -- We...

The Big Read

  As a child in Iran, Dina Nayeri belonged to a secret Christian church where the Rapture was welcomed as a rescue. Later, as a refugee in the US, she saw how apocalyptic prophecies masked a reactionary nihilism – which is why they are so tempting When I was a girl in 1980s Isfahan, secret meetings of an underground Protestant church...
LONDON - Your afternoon chocolate bar may be fuelling climate change, destroying protected forests and threatening elephants, chimpanzees and hippos in West Africa, research suggests. Well-known brands, such as Mars and Nestle, are buying through global traders cocoa that is grown illegally in dwindling national parks and reserves in Ivory Coast and Ghana, environmental group Mighty Earth said. “Every consumer of...

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Oil Price Up to $54.16pb Due to Lower OPEC Production

The naira has depreciated to N367/$ despite a further $250mn intervention by the CBN. The positive news is that oil price is up to...

Price Pressures Resurface after Mild Cool Off

The month of August saw mixed retail price stories across our coverage segments with the overall concussion ultimately translating to an increase in the...

FCMB Plc: A forgotten star?

ARM Research Following a dramatic share price decline (-23% from the year-peak of N1.42), FCMB now looks attractively valued among our Tier 2 coverage and...

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U.S. lawmaker wants North Korea out of the U.N.

WASHINGTON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - The chairman of the U.S. Senate’s East Asia subcommittee is asking China and 20 other nations on Monday to...

Egypt Expects Cabinet Approval to Sell Eurobonds Within Weeks

By Vivian Nereim and Ahmed Feteha   Government has started initial talks with European banks Officials are seeking overseas financing to plug budget gap Egypt’s cabinet...

The Case for Nigerian Sukuk by Patience Oniha

GUEST COLUMNIST BY PATIENCE ONIHA The offer for Nigeria’s debut sovereign Sukuk in the sum of N100 billion opened on September 14, 2017....

The Python Does Not Dance…By Reuben Abati

Operation code-names have been an important part of military operations since the Germans first applied them in World War 1 but it may...

Nkem Says: The Thing About ‘Ghosting’

I have always been deathly afraid of ghosts. I don’t know why. As a child, the easiest way to terrify or creep me out was...

GLOBAL ENTREPRENUERS

• 12 September 2017, London – At a gathering of senior policymakers and developments experts hosted by UK’s leading foreign policy institute, the Chairman of Heirs Holdings, Tony Elumelu, spoke on a panel alongside United Kingdom Minister of State, Department for International Development (DFID), Rory Stewart, OBE, where he condemned the pervasive stereotypes in the media around Africa and the...