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Congo Brazzaville

Published on 8 September 2021

I am pleased to confirm that AMS has opened there office and warehouse facility in Brazzaville The Congo. Our Office in Pointe Noire is a strategic office to be of service to the companies within the oil and gas industry. The office in Brazzaville is to be of service to the various Embassies, NGO’s and […]

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West Africa is Facing Three Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases at the Same Time

Published on 8 September 2021

The World Health Organization has warned that on top of the COVID-19 pandemic, West Africa is facing new outbreaks of the viral haemorrhagic fevers Marburg and Ebola, risking huge strains on ill-equipped health systems. The new outbreaks show the multitude of challenges governments are fighting in parallel with the pandemic, Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director […]

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Mozambique’s Evolving Cabo Delgado Conflict

Published on 8 September 2021

Since late July small military detachments from other African countries have been arriving in the Cabo Delgado region after an agreement among the Southern African Development Community (SADC) marked by delay and tensions. Tanzania, Botswana and Lesotho are sending soldiers, Zimbabwe is sending military training personnel and Angola is providing aircraft, while off the coast […]

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America and Europe Rethink how They Do Business with the Continent

Published on 8 September 2021

“We will be the guinea pig,” said Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s president, before trade talks with America opened last year. A deal would make Kenya only the second African country after Morocco to sign a free-trade agreement with the United States. Officials in the Trump administration called the proposed deal “a model” for future ones. But […]

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Remote Working in the African Context

Published on 8 September 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated transition to remote work comes with profound positives for employers and employees. One report found that employers are saving as much as $22,000 per full-time remote employee, by shedding office-related costs. For workers in low-income countries—especially those in the rapidly growing professional class in sub-Saharan Africa—the unmooring of skilled jobs from […]

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The Story of Rwanda’s Regeneration and Rehabilitation

Published on 31 May 2021

Driving through Kigali, the cleanliness and the lack of trash has to be seen to be believed. There is not a speck of refuse, not a piece of paper, not a thrown away plastic bottle. While the local government pays some residents to tidy streets, on the last Saturday of every month each family must […]

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New hotel offerings in Livingston Zambia

Published on 31 May 2021

Radisson Hotel Group will open its first resort and third hotel in Zambia. Radisson Blu Resort Mosi-oa-Tunya, Livingstone, Zambia is set to open in 2022. The hotel is nestled on the banks of one of Africa’s longest rivers, the Zambezi, in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, 5km south of the historic city of Livingstone, just 4km north-west […]

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Why Twitter Chose Ghana as its Base

Published on 31 May 2021

Twitter’s announcement on Monday that it will set up its first Africa base in Ghana, has generated fierce debate among Nigerian users of the social media app, and reignited the never-ending rivalry between the two countries, known colloquially as the ‘jollof wars.’ Many Nigerians believe that Twitter’s decision is a snub to the continent’s largest […]

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Office in Congo Brazzaville

Published on 31 May 2021

Our office in Ponte Noire has been open for over two years, we are now expanding to opening a office in Brazzaville during this year. Our COO Paul Waller has now based himself in the Congo offices, to oversee the new operation. Paul was instrumental and the pioneer in opening our office in Luanda in […]

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Morocco and Namibia Removed from the European Union’s List of Tax Havens

Published on 31 May 2021

In February last year, the EU granted Namibia and Morocco an extension to continue reforms already undertaken since 2019 to adapt their tax laws to the requirements of the institution. Thedeadline expired August 31 and December 31, 2020. In a statement Monday, the EU however said the island nation of Seychelles, Botswana and Estawani are […]

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