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#ShowSomeLove For Rwanda’s Angaza

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#ShowSomeLove For Rwanda’s Angaza

Welcome to day fourteen where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s all […]

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This February: #ShowSomeLove For African Business

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This February: #ShowSomeLove For African Business

Roses are red, violets are blue, looking for business & not sure what to do? Don’t worry, we’re here for you. Africa’s rising, yes it’s true! Yes, the month of love is upon us! As chocolate, flowers and other gifts are exchanged, it’s a great time to share your appreciation to customers, suppliers or just plain businesses […]

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Esaja 2016 African Business Outlook

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Esaja 2016 African Business Outlook

The year 2015 is one that most African nations will definitively not miss, our outlook for the year didn’t spot an economic slowdown on the horizon, all that mattered then was recovering from the negative publicity Africa received from the Ebola outbreak in parts of West Africa. What began as another year for the “Africa Rising” drum […]

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Boom! COMESA – EAC – SADC Free Trade Area Countdown: It’s A Deal

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Boom! COMESA – EAC – SADC Free Trade Area Countdown: It’s A Deal

On June 10 2015, leaders from COMESA, EAC & SADC will finally sign the tripartite free trade agreement. This momentous occasion is a major step to realising the vision of a connected continent. Three of the 5 major continental trading blocks will become one.  It’s a key step towards achieving the hopes and aspirations of millions […]

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Africa Development Bank Releases 2014 Report: East & West Africa Leading Continent’s Growth

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Africa Development Bank Releases 2014 Report: East & West Africa Leading Continent’s Growth

African economies registered 3.9% average GDP growth in 2014 compared to the 3.7% in 2013. This reflects resilience to global and regional shocks which affected the continent last year, according to the African Development Bank Group’s Annual Report, which was released Wednesday, May 27 in Abidjan. Despite the negative impacts of low commodity prices, the […]

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2 The Future: Esaja.com Celebrates Africa Day & 2nd Anniversary!

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2 The Future: Esaja.com Celebrates Africa Day & 2nd Anniversary!

Today is Africa Day. This day’s significance rests on the fact that it’s the day on which the Organisation for African Unity was formed to bring the dreams of Africa into fruition, especially and most importantly the quest for African integration. The process has been slow and fraught with challenges but it’s happening. This day also […]

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If Dangote Buys Into Arsenal: Here Are 3 Other African Tycoons He’ll Join In Owning A Club

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If Dangote Buys Into Arsenal: Here Are 3 Other African Tycoons He’ll Join In Owning A Club

While Africa’s buzzing with news that Aliko Dangote (the continent’s wealthiest man) is interested in buying a stake in Arsenal Football club, we started thinking about which other African tycoons he’ll be joining as a football clubowner. Here are the our prominent 3 (you’re welcome to share any other names in the comments section below): Patrice Motsepe: South […]

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#ShowSomeLove For African Fabrics Zambia

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#ShowSomeLove For African Fabrics Zambia

During “the month of love” we’ve set ourselves a great goal to profile one of our amazing members. Each day of February, we are profile some of these heroes as registered on the Esaja.com. Entrepreneurs & businesses are the growth engine and fuel for development, let’s show them some love! African Fabrics Zambia     […]

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