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Mon,17Dec2018

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Hafid el Fassy : The banking system has its Robin Hood

Hafid el Fassy. Photo©Hassan Ouazzani for TARFed up with the excesses of banking culture, this Moroccan entrepreneur aims to show that ethical finance is viable.

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Innovation: We don't sell technology, we sell the application - Bob Collymore

Bob Collymore, CEO of Safaricom. Photo©Bruno Levy for JACall them old-fashioned, but Kenyans are still using their mobile phones for talking. The head of Safaricom, Bob Collymore, however, has other plans.

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Banking and Energy: Nigeria's power progress is sustainable

John Obi, Executive Director of corporate banking, Fidelity BankNigeria's Fidelity Bank (#34 in our rankings) dedicates more than 26% of its loans to the power, oil and gas sectors combined. As Shell[Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria] divest some of their assets in the Niger Delta, John obi, Executive Director of corporate banking at Fidelity Bank says the bank is supporting Nigerians to be able to acquire assets and their work on those assets.

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Insurance: Takaful is not just for Muslims -Hassan Bashir

Hassan Bashir, Founder of Takaful Insurance of AfricaHassan Bashir, Founder of Takaful Insurance of Africa, says the Kenya-based company's products can bring possibilities to many and are not exclusively for people of the Muslim faith.

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We can turn people into world-class providers - Thomas Konditi

Thomas Konditi, Chief financial officer, General Electric (GE) Africa. Photo©All Rights ReservedThe GE facility being built in Calabar exemplifies the company's approach to developing suppliers in Africa.

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Kenya Airways picks operations chief Ngunze as new CEO

Mbuvi Ngunze Kenya Airways has picked chief operating officer Mbuvi Ngunze to be its new chief executive to replace Titus Naikuni who will retire at the end of this year, it said on Tuesday.

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Women are an important contributor to the growth story

Ruka Sanusi Founder, Alldens Lane. Photo©Go Woman MagazineSanusi runs a business mentorship consultancy in Accra specialising in women-owned companies. She plans to open an academy and focus more on the informal sector.

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