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Mon,18Jun2018

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NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona: “We don’t make a lot of noise!”

NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona, Founder, N. Dowuona & Company, Ghana - All rights reserved
In a country known for its lawyers, Botchway-Dowuona has carved out a niche at the very top with her expertise advising on property and construction deals

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Big infrastructure deals are like getting married

All rights reservedRomain Py, Investment director for transactions, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), talks to The Africa Report magazine. 

 

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'Nigeria's government is hurting the private sector': Herbert Wigwe, chief executive officer of Access Bank

Group Managing Director of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe - Copyright all rights reserve
ITW: Group Managing Director of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe: "Governement is hurting the private sector"

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SBM: Bank of the Future

SBM - Bank of the future
Established in Mauritius in 1973, SBMis a leading financial institution and is among the largest listed companies on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius, with a market capitalization of around USD 700 million and total assets of USD 5.7 billion as at September 2017

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Steinhoff reports former CEO to South African police

A worker at the Stock Exchange in Johannesburg, South Africa uses his mobile phone Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Photo: Denis farrell/AP/SIPASteinhoff has reported its former chief executive Markus Jooste to South Africa's elite Hawks police unit over suspected corruption, its acting chairwoman told a parliamentary committee hearing on Wednesday.

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As debts mount, Uganda divided over new, Chinese-built $580m expressway

 Indian nationals arrive from South Sudan's capital Juba to Entebbe International Airport, Kampala, Uganda, July 14, 2016. Photo: Stephen Wandera/AP/SIPATraffic will soar above the muddy swamp between Uganda's capital and its international airport when a new Chinese-built highway opens in a few months time, but the road itself is mired in controversy.

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'It's absolutely business as usual': Mike Brown, chief executive officer of Nedbank

Nedbank CEO Mike Brown - © Martin Rhodes
 
The announcement of a “managed separation” of Old Mutual’s global and emerging-market assets finally brings some clarity for Nedbank, which has lived with uncertainty over the intentions of Old Mutual South Africa for several years.

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