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Network infrastructure investment, digital transformation top priorities for African telecom operators, says TMT Finance

June 19, 2018/TMT Finance Accelerating digital transformation strategies, investing in new wireless and fixed network infrastructure, and embracing emerging technologies such as AI and IoT are among the top priorities… Read more »

10 billion reasons why businesses need Dataeum

June 19, 2018/Dataeum Increasingly the story of data is one of loss rather than gain, except it isn’t yet a mainstream narrative. People are currently concerned with the loss of… Read more »

Winners Announced for Private Equity Africa Awards 2018

June 19, 2018/PEA Private Equity Africa (PEA) ( is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 GP & Advisor Awards. The awards saw 26 firms collect the much coveted… Read more »

NSE Losses First Weekly Trading Session on Sell-Offs Across Sectors

June 19, 2018 By InvestAdvocate Lagos (INVESTADVOCATE)-The Nigerian equities market on Tuesday closed the first trading session of the week in the red as Nigerian Stock Exchange all-share index (NSE-ASI)… Read more »

Advancing the Purpose and Promise of Those Involved in Financial Reporting

June 19, 2018/US SEC These remarks reflect solely my personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the individual members of the Commission… Read more »

Teachers Advised on Entry Guidlines for 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year

19/6/2018/TPT International The search for the 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year has kicked off with a call on teachers across the country to avail themselves of the opportunity presented… Read more »

As Western lenders retreat, African banks see an opportunity

Their pan-continental plans have not paid off. Yet 14/6/2018/The Economist ADE AYEYEMI’S office in Lomé, the capital of Togo, is a good place to think about crossing borders. Ghana is… Read more »

Moody’s: Nigeria and Angola’s Dependence on Oil and Gas Creates Challenges

Culled—Proshare June 19, 2018/Moody’s Investors Service  Although Nigeria (B2 stable) and Angola’s (B3 stable) economies, external positions and public finances are expected to stabilise, their continued dependence on oil and… Read more »