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Africa’s Tallest Building Is Under Construction In Nairobi

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The tourism sector on Tuesday got a major boost as President Uhuru Kenyatta opened two international hotels and laid the foundation stone for the tallest building in Africa. Check also: Top 10 Most Expensive Buildings On The African Continent The Nairobi hotels are the Park Inn in Westlands with a bed capacity of 140 managed by Radisson Hotel, and Lazizi Premier ...

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Top 6 Strongest Currencies On The African Continent

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The strength or value of a currency is an index of its purchasing power, reflecting the current economic situation of a country in comparison with other countries in the world. Using the dollar as a benchmark, here Face2Face Africa ranks the seven strongest currencies in Africa. Check also: This is What Will Happen When You Give Money To The Poor The list includes ...

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Here’s Why Rwanda’s Capital, Kigali Wants Businesses Out Of Residential Areas

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The City of Kigali, yesterday, hosted a news conference to shed light on the rationale behind a directive requiring businesses and nonprofit entities working from residential buildings to relocate. Check also: 5 Business Lessons From One Of Africa’s Most Successful Oil Multi-millionaire, Muhammadu Indimi Parfait Busabizwa, the City vice mayor in charge of economic development, said the move aims at promoting ...

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Africa’s Top 10 Mineral-Rich Countries

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When it comes to the stuff bling is made of, Africa is enormously bountiful. Its minerals makes it one of the richest natural resource-laden places on Earth and everyone wants some.[1] Check also: Why Africa Is Regarded As The Poorest Continent Below are the top 10 African countries with a lot of minerals ! 1). Botswana – Diamonds Botswana is home to 35 percent ...

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Top 4 Economies In Africa Are In Trouble

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Growth in Africa has outpaced most emerging markets in recent years, but that’s changing fast as a slew of problems beset its leading economies. Cheap oil, political uncertainty and weak banks are all to blame. Check also: Ecowas To Introduce Single Currency For Its Member States By 2020 Here’s what you need to know about sub-Saharan Africa’s big four economies! ...

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