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10 Ways to Grow Your Business!

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When you first started your business, you probably did a lot of research. You may have sought help from advisors; you may have gotten information from books, magazines and other readily available sources. You invested a lot-in terms of money, time and sweat equity-to get your business off the ground.[1] So…now what? Check Also: Meet Mulewa, A 22-Year-Old Kenyan Woman Who ...

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Muhwezi announces 36 billion for power distribution

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Muhwezi: Cabinet has approved a $11.2million loan (sh36billion) from Kuwait Fund for power distribution and extension in six districts. Minister of Information and National Guidance Jim Muhwezi said the project will introduce 285km of new power lines in Kasese, Kibaale , Nebbi, Bushenyi, Rukungiri and Kiryandongo.[1] The Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development will seek parliament’s approval soon, Muhwezi ...

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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 The following are the top 10 African countries with alot 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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8 Largest Private Equity Firms Operating In Africa

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Private equity firms are investment firms primarily created to buy shares in companies that are not listed on any stock exchange.[2]   They are made with the aim of acquiring ownership in these companies. In Africa, the sector has continued to attract both local and international investors. In 2014, private equity firms invested a total of $8.1 billion in companies ...

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