South Africa to boost tourism sector

David ButcherSouth Africa's private-sector tourism body, under the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA), is keen on opening international borders of South Africa by September 2020, and will be presenting the appeal at the next Parliamentary Portfolio Committee meeting on 9 June

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AfDB approves five-year strategy for Nigeria amid COVID-19 concerns

AfDB Nigeria economyThe African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved Nigeria’s country strategy paper (CSP) 2020-2024, which builds on the successes and challenges of the 2013-2019 edition and incorporates emerging developmental realities and opportunities shaping Nigeria’s political and economic landscape, including in the post-COVID-19 period

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COVID-19 driving smart manufacturing across production lines

digital manufacturing atrCOVID-19 is triggering the manufacturing sector to re-evaluate its traditional production processes, driving digital transformation and smart manufacturing across the production lines, according to Jason Chester, director of global channel programmes at InfinityQS

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Africa's economy is changing with strategic vision to accomplish development

15076410553 b33bf43885 oThe African Development Bank’s (AfDB) High 5 priority areas are set to support the continent's achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a major focus on 'Industrialise Africa' and 'Integrate Africa,' as  Africa must become better integrated in terms of trade and markets

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Beyontec to implement platform ecosystems for Rwanda's insurance industry

beyoney insuranceBeyontec, one of the leading global providers of insurance technology solutions, has been selected by the Insurance Association of Rwanda (ASSAR) to implement a digital ecosystem of different platform solutions for the insurance industry in Rwanda

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