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African countries band together to showcase the continent’s travel and tourism sector

Independent online (SA) 05 May 2022
Moreover, as part of Africa’s Travel Indaba, the East3Route’s participating partners signed a statement of intent aimed at reviving the partnership formed in September 2011 that will boost tourism and trade between South Africa, Mozambique, Swaziland, Seychelles and the Mpumalanga province.
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Mondelēz sees an opportunity to grow its market share in SA and Africa

Independent online (SA) 22 Mar 2022
In Matsapha Plant in Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, it manufacturers local brands like Chappies and the "Breathe for it" candy – Halls. This as it markets its products in more than 150 countries and has operations in 80 countries ... Sinclair said they want to grow more in South Africa’s market.
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Lessons for Nigeria as Ethiopian Airlines leverage ‘open skies’

Business Day Online 02 Feb 2022
Four years ago, Nigeria signed Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) treaty, also known as open skies to enable African airlines to fly without restrictions and change the narrative of Africa operating only two per cent of global air traffic but the Federal Government and airline operators have continued to drag its implementation.
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Ghana to get Africa’s first solar powered Artificial Intelligence TV

Ghana Web 20 Dec 2021
CEO of the firm, Dr. Mandla Lamba intimated that the products will start selling in February 2022 in other West African markets. “We will do Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Tanzania and Namibia in January and start selling on the 1 st of February in all,” he noted. .
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South African tech giant eyes Ghana’s budding technology market with Solar-powered and AI TV sets

Joy Online 17 Dec 2021
Agilitee Africa, South African Tech Giant is eyeing the Ghana market with the first digital video broadcasting-second generation terrestrial (DVB-T2) full AI smart television set ... Nigeria and South Africa markets while hoping to break ground in other West African markets.
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South African tech firm launches Africa’s first smart TV

B & FT Online 13 Dec 2021
Mandla Lamba, said the products have already been supplied to Rwanda, Nigeria and South Africa markets while hoping to break ground in the other West African markets. “We will do Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Tanzania and Namibia ...
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South African tech firm launches Africa’s first AI TV

B & FT Online 13 Dec 2021
Mandla Lamba, said the products have already been supplied to Rwanda, Nigeria and South Africa markets while hoping to break ground in the other West African markets. “We will do Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Tanzania and Namibia ...
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Biden says he delayed Africa travel ban over Omicron variant on advice of advisers led ...

New York Post 27 Nov 2021
More On. Coronavirus. Not Nu or Xi? WHO skips two letters in naming Omicron. New COVID variant leaves athletes scrambling amid travel ban ... Anthony Fauci ... The eight countries covered by the ban are Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. Biden also attempted to reassure spooked financial markets ... Biden added.
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Mozambique and Eswatini pick up on bananas as South Africa's bananas make way for citrus, ...

Fresh Plaza 12 Oct 2021
Most bananas on the South African wholesale markets currently come from Mozambique and Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), with new producers from South Africa’s neighbour on the marketfloor, traders remark. Over half of the bananas on the Johannesburg municipal market are from ...
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Sensex ends 361 pts lower; Bajaj Finserv & Maruti Suzuki among top Nifty losers

Live Mint 01 Oct 2021
Asian stock markets ended on a negative note today ... The company has entered into an agreement with export trading group (ETG), for distribution of its tractors, power tillers, power reapers and diesel engines in the Southern African markets, including South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Zambia.
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Royal Eswatini determined to recapture royal magical experience

Anadolu Agency 27 Sep 2021
When the country closed its borders in March 2020, Nxumalo said their strategy focused on the domestic market, and the impact was positive ... We have partnered with the Federation of Organizations of the Disabled in Swaziland (FODSWA) and we must get them a market for their products,” she said.
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GLOBAL OVERVIEW AVOCADOS

Fresh Plaza 27 Aug 2021
In China in particular, the upwards trend of avocado consumption continues as consumers grow more acquainted with this product, and Australian growers benefit from this, sending out their first ever 40 foot container of fruit up to the Asian market, as well as possibly expecting their largest harvest ever.
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Fuerte price thumps Hass on South African avo market

Fresh Plaza 25 Aug 2021
The Fuerte market is fantastic at the moment, R110 (6.2 euro) and R130 (7.3 euro) for a 4kg carton, very close to record levels, and it’s been at this high level for the past month, says Ricardo Kotze, avocado specialist at GROW BothaRoodt at the Johannesburg municipal market.
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Cattle production on downward trajectory

Mmegi Online 20 Aug 2021
The EPA gives Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia and Swaziland duty-free, quota-free access to the European market ... On the beef exports, as of last year, about 9,000 tonnes of Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) beef exports were sold to lucrative EU market annually of which 1,600 tonnes is sent to Norway under a quota arrangement.
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Bheki Mkhwane exits classic play ‘Bopha’ due to health complications

Independent online (SA) 25 May 2021
Theatre director, producer, playwright and veteran actor Bheki Mkhwane has dropped out of the South African State theatre’s production “Bopha!” due to ill health ... Picture ... Picture ... After premièring at the Market Theatre in 1985, “Bopha!” proceeded to a national and international tour that included Swaziland, Scotland, England, Australia and the US ... .

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