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Mozambique: Total Pulls Out Again and Puts Onus on Government

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“The remobilization of the project that was envisaged at the beginning of the week is obviously now suspended,” Total said In a statement Saturday (27 Mar) “Total has decided to reduce to a strict minimum level the workforce…

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Nigeria: Air Peace Deploys B777 to Enugu

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In order to ensure sufficient flights to meet the travel needs of Nigerians during this Easter season, Air Peace has deployed one of its wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft to service the Enugu route. The airline has also increased…

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Nigeria: BPE Boss Seeks Increased PPP in Maritime Sector

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The federal government has called for more private sector partnership to attract the needed investment to drive the maritime sector and boost the economy. Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprise (BPE), Mr. Alex Okoh, stated this during a webinar…

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Nigeria: Shippers’ Council Moves to End Indiscriminate Boarding of Vessels Research Identifies Factors Delaying Energy Transmission Targets in Africa

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More than half of African companies are delaying their energy transition targets, leaving them in danger of missing the Paris Agreement target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, a new research by Standard Chartered has revealed. Zeronomics,…

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Zimbabwe: Zimra Rakes in U.S.$1.3 Million From Cargo Tracking

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) said yesterday it raked in over US$1,3 million last year in cargo sealing fees and associated violation fines. Through its Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS), the tax agency seals and tracks cargo entering…

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Zimbabwe: Praz Pushes for SME Quota in Govt Procurement Deals

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The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) is working on a host of proposals that stakeholders want amended to align the country’s procurement laws to the Constitution. Chief among the additions is the inclusion of suggestions for Government…

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Zimbabwe: Adopt Good Customer Service, Says Gadzikwa

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Zimbabwean enterprises need to align themselves with good customer service as the service industry is one of the fastest growing industries, Standards Association of Zimbabwe director-general Dr Eve Gadzikwa has said. She was speaking at the Chartered Institute…

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Nigeria: Dissecting Buhari’s Fertiliser Revolution

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Nigeria is Africa’s largest country with the fastest growing population. Consequently, the nation’s food needs continue to rise. However, the increase in food production has not kept pace with population growth. This scenario is mirrored in the rising…

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Nigeria: Dock Workers Collective Bargaining Agreement

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Eromosele Abiodun writes that last week renewal of the Collective Bargaining Agreement first signed in 2019 shows that Nigeria is now committed to the welfare of dock workers in line with global best practices On May 1, 2019,…

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Libya: Tunisian Enterprises to Partake in Libya’s Dates and Olive Oil Exhibitions

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Tunis/Tunisia — Tunisian enterprises operating in the date and olive oil sectors will partake in the 8th Libya International Fair for Dates and Associated Industries and the 6th International Olive Oil Exhibition, due on April 8-11 in Libya’s…

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