The ZCCM-IH has decided to offload 28 million of its shares to the market. The intention is to enable Zambians finally directly participate in the stock market. The decision reminds me of one woman who, in 1995, at the peak of her beauty, refused to ... Zambia Post, 1 week ago
Five years ago, Bharti Airtel, the Indian based telecom and the world's third largest mobile telecom bought Zain Africa with the hope of turning around assets that were in the loss-making zone of $100m (Shs366b). Bharti's plan was to become a ...Uganda Daily Monitor, 2 months ago Five years later, Airtel's Africa operations still struggling to hit targets Business Daily Africa, 2 months ago
The push among GCC states to invest in Africa came about in earnest following the 2007-08 global food price crisis, and targeted agricultural land and strategic commodity production. Agribusiness, sovereign wealth funds and other agri-investment ...Oxford Business Group, 1 week ago
Sale takes the total to $1.7 billion from the proceeds from an effort to monetize its assets in the continent to reduce debt Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint New Delhi: Bharti Airtel Ltd, the world's fourth largest telecom service provider by revenues ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
-- -- AAI Awards Gala honors Namibian President His Excellency Hage Geingob, Zimbabwean technology entrepreneur and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa, and IBM Some 300 distinguished U.S. and African leaders and top diplomats gathered for The ...Africa-News.info, 1 month ago
Bharti Airtel is set to close a Ksh19.5 billion ($186 million) deal reached last year with Eaton for the sale of its 1,100 towers in Kenya. The firm is expected to invest the money in its operations in Kenya, where it has struggled to make money in ...East African, 1 month ago
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