Euromonitor International has released research on how industrial changes are shaping the B2B marketplace around the world
Some suggest that by taking the industrial revolution of 1760-1840 as the first one, we are currently in the fourth industrial revolution
Nicholas Kitonyi 3 May 2017
Packaging manufacturer Nampak said on Wednesday that it has made significant progress in the implementation of its comprehensive plan
Africa is keeping investors on their toes with forecasts far from being true to their word. The inherent volatility and instability of African markets
Ryan Bax 1 Dec 2016
Mike Whitfield, the president of Naamsa and managing director of the Nissan Group of Africa, painted an encouraging picture of the future
The development and promotion of a cohesive automotive strategy for the African continent is gaining new impetus due to the strategic vision
Globe Motors Nigeria, says it has concluded plans to roll out its $150m auto assembly plant
Abdullateef Aliyu 14 Jun 2016
Since 2000, the sub-Saharan African (SSA) economy has more than trebled in size. Despite some challenges, the region is expected
Constance Nyambayo 13 Jul 2015
General Electric has sent the first batch out of the 15 newly recruited Nigerian technicians and engineers to Brazil for training in the assembly and test of subsea equipment
Some manufacturers and experts on in Lagos have decried the trend of labelling Nigerian goods as made-in-Asia or made-in-China
NIGERIA: The Managing Director of Schneider Electric, Walid Sheta, has said the country has great opportunity to diversify its economy and generate significant revenue through its local content policy
Emma Okonji 10 Feb 2015
WesBank, the provider of secured finance to the retail and corporate markets, and the National Automotive Council (NAC) of Nigeria have signed a memorandum of understanding whereby WesBank will offer its services to clients. The agreement aims to stimulate the sale of locally assembled vehicles in Nigeria.
South Africa and Africa in general benefitted immensely from the recent US-Africa Leaders' Summit held in Washington last week, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on his return.
Sanlam says it has R3bn in discretionary capital that is earmarked for growth opportunities mainly in Africa and South-East Asia.
Phakamisa Ndzamela 6 Jun 2014