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Parametric development insurance shows real impact on African continent amidst calls for increased..

Business Ghana 28 Sep 2022
While Africa waits for developed nations to fulfil their aid pledges, climate financing is making a difference on the continent, but more needs to be done… ... These high levels of pay outs illustrate the value of a parametric insurance mechanism to meeting the needs of Africa’s most vulnerable.

World Cup 2022 Group A: Afcon winners Senegal eager to improve on 2018 exit

The National 21 Sep 2022
Having won their maiden Afcon title against the same opponents in identical circumstances a month earlier in Cameroon, before also prevailing in two shoot-outs at July’s Cosafa Cup in Southern Africa, nobody can question Senegals nerve in pressured situations.

Dlamini Zuma says there needs to be a proper diagnosis of what is wrong at Eskom

Independent online (SA) 20 Sep 2022
“The current rolling black outs, which have been classified as ‘load shedding’, are a great threat to the economy and the people of South Africa ... “Eskom’s failure to provide a reliable supply of electricity makes the 32% tariff increase application to Nersa (National Energy Regulator of South Africa) simply out of touch with reality ... THE MERCURY. .

England creep in front of third Test after skittling South Africa out for 118

Gulf News 11 Sep 2022
On a day of tumbling wickets, seamer Ollie Robinson took five for 49 as England skittled South Africa out for 118 on the third day of the third test at The Oval on Saturday, before grinding their way to 154 for seven in reply, a lead of 36 runs.

Ireland kicks South Africa out

FBC News 10 Sep 2022
... the host, South Africa 24-14 in front of their home crowd.

South Africa running low on essential meds

Independent online (SA) 03 Sep 2022
The ICPA, which represents the interests of at least 1 200 independent community pharmacy owners in South Africa, said 80% of the active pharmaceutical ingredients needed in the country were sourced from abroad ... He said there was no legal requirement to report stock-outs in South Africa and no one had taken responsibility for it.

Middle East And Africa Out Of Band Authentication Market 2022 Company Overview, Analytical Assessment, Segmentation, ...

MENA FN 01 Sep 2022
(MENAFN - America News Hour) According to GSMA, the Mobile Economy report, the adoption of smartphones is anticipated to rise from 52 percent in 2018 to 74 percent in 2025 in the Middle East and ... .

Eng vs SA 1st Test | South Africa out for 326, leads England by 161

The Hindu 19 Aug 2022
South Africa will take a lead of 161 runs into the second innings of the first test against England at Lord’s ....

Africa: 9 Out of 10 Africans Likely to Use Made-in-Africa Tech Solutions - Report

All Africa 10 Aug 2022
... cent) are likely to use technology solutions that are made in Africa.

Julius Baer makes two senior appointments to reinforce growth of Sub-Region Middle East & Africa out of Geneva (Julius Bär Gruppe AG)

Public Technologies 02 Aug 2022
Kloss will join the Bank in Geneva as Senior Relationship Managers as of 1 August, reporting to Yvan Wicht, Group Head Middle East & Africa Geneva ... Kloss to support business growth and regional expansion for Middle East & Africa. The two join the Bank in Geneva and will report to Yvan Wicht, Group Head Middle East & Africa Geneva.

ENG vs SA: Adil Rashid, Reece Topley star as England bowl South Africa out for ...

Indiatoday 22 Jul 2022
ENG vs SA. Rashid, Topley star as England bowl South Africa out for 83 to level ODI series ... .

Poor infrastructure in some basic schools contribute to drop-outs

Business Ghana 20 Jul 2022
Poor infrastructure in some basic schools has been identified as a major driver of school drop-outs in the country ... Mr Sungdong, said between 20 and 25 per cent of student drop-out in Ghana was due to lack of school infrastructure in the communities.

Destroying Mandela’s democracy – a captured media silences freedom

Independent online (SA) 18 Jul 2022
Independent Media, with the country’s largest print distribution network, has a long and illustrious legacy in South Africa, and since 2013, has been the voice that has raised the alarm on government corruption, and speaks out against many of the inequities our people continue to experience after the dawn of democracy.

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