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The BHP Billiton Board today announced that Mr Paul Anderson and Dr Gail de Planque will retire from the Board on 31 January 2010 and Mr Malcolm Broomhead and Ms Carolyn Hewson will be appointed as Non-executive Directors from 31 March 2010.
The World Bank Group, involved in initiatives to connect land-locked countries in Africa with the international community, recently noted just how important private-public partnerships projects are in promoting ICT development on the continent.
Anglo American announces a new enterprise development venture that will help to generate more jobs, support entrepreneurship and strengthen local economies in South Africa.
The Africa investor Zimbabwe Roundtable on Infrastructure, PPP and Tourism Opportunities rallies business and government leaders.Thursday, January 28th, 2010
South Africa, Zimbabwe, 28 January 2010: Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment research and communications group, today confirmed senior government participation at its Roundtable on Infrastructure, PPPs and Tourism, in association with the Government of Zimbabwe, taking place 15-17 February 2010.
EFG-Hermes - Investors Strongly Welcome the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services’ EGP 1.5 billion Bond IssueTuesday, January 26th, 2010
The bond is both the largest corporate issue in Egypt year-to-date and the first bond in Egypt to be widely marketed to financial institutions and fully underwritten by an investment bank
South Africa, Johannesburg, 22 January 2010: Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment research and communications group today announced that leading investors are supporting the 2010 Ai Tourism and Infrastructure Investment Summit & Awards, to be held in association with the Zimbabwean Government.
A joint venture between Agrinsure Botswana, Alexander Forbes in Botswana and South African-based Farmers Technical Insurance Services Company (FTISC) has seen the eventual development of an insurance scheme for Botswana’s agriculture sector.« Previous Entries