The profit of global consumer goods maker, PZ Cussons Plc, has continued to be negatively affected by lower sales in its Nigeria market and elsewhere.
South Africa’s Competition Commission released a report which observed that the cost of data in the country has become too high.
Ford is set to combat climate change as it recycles old coffee waste sourced from McDonald’s into auto parts.
A Green City worth $4.5 billion is set to be launched in Rwanda. The city, which will be the first in Africa, is expected to be built next year.
Canada invites 7,200 Candidates to apply for Permanent Residency in its November draws
The world’s largest shipbuilding group, valued at the sum of $112.2 billion, has been inaugurated in China.
Brian Hartzer, CEO of Westpac, has been asked to step down on December 2nd, 2019, over issues regarding a money-laundering scandal.
There was a decline in U.S Oil prices today, pressured by the trade conflict between the United States and China.
India has also started using stiff measures to combat the importation of palm oil into the country.
The Government of Canada invited 3,900 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residence in a new draw held October 30.
Some 50 African Presidents (including Nigeria’s Muhammadu Buhari) are in Russia to meet with Putin in what is being called the Russia-Africa Summit.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has disclosed that the official inflows of the remittances of Nigerians living abroad to the country was $2.6 billion and not $26 billion
Staffs of the United Nations (UN) might not get paid next month due to the failure of member states to pay their outstanding contributions.
The World Bank has tasked developing nations to explore the potentials buried in Global Value Chains (GVC) and be self-reliant.
The Canadian Government invited 3,600 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
China has drummed support for Nigeria and promised to help the country actualise its Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP).
Year in, Year out, Warren Buffet auctions off a three-hour lunch date tagged The Power Meal.
The World Bank has reiterated its promise to support Nigeria in bridging infrastructure gap alongside the IFC.
The United Nations (UN) has advised the Nigerian Government to start taxing vacant houses in the country.