The African Free Trade Zone Can’t Ignore Continent’s Security Issues

The new African free trade zone came into effect at the end of May 2019. All of the African Union’s (AU) member states are now legally bound to allow African goods to be traded without restraint throughout the continent. But there are some security concerns to be considered.

By Christian Abadioko Sambou about 1 year ago

Why South African Law On Directors’ Delinquency Is Open To Abuse

For the first time in South African company law, courts have the power to declare directors delinquent. This remedy was introduced as part of the overhaul of South Africa’s corporate law regime in 2011. It is an innovative remedy available to shareholders and other stakeholders to hold company directors accountable. The newly-adopted d...

By Rehana Cassim about 1 year ago

Nigeria Approves Spectrum for 5G Trial

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has approved the spectrum for the trial of 5G services in the country. The Executive Vice Chairman of the commission, Umar Danbatta, disclosed this at the opening of the maiden International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Digital African Week on Tuesday in Abuja.

By Joburg Post about 1 year ago

South Africa Is Close To ‘Junk Status’ From All Three Rating Agencies. What Could Follow?

The rating agency Fitch recently revised the outlook on South Africa’s long-term foreign-currency issuer default rating down from “stable” to “negative”. A credit rating outlook indicates the potential direction of the country’s rating over the intermediate term, typically six months.

By Misheck Mutize & Sean Gossel about 1 year ago

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