Tag Archives: Nigeria
In the so-called developed world there’s a lot of antipathy towards Uber. Much of it seems to be from people who have turf to protect (London’s Black Cab community), or drivers (in India) who were dissatisfied with the initial commercial … Continue reading
Then tell someone Sometimes you are so busy that you lose perspective. This happens to companies – they lose market perspective. Their senior Production people have installed a line that will double output and enable them to offer a new … Continue reading
Botswana, Cape Verde ranked least corrupt in Africa but new report makes uncomfortable reading for continent
The 2014 Transparency International graft index has been released, and surprises in both the winners and laggards categories. BOTSWANA is seen as the least corrupt country in sub-Saharan Africa, while conflict-wracked Somalia and South Sudan have their work cut out … Continue reading
Indulge me if you will. This article is about Kenya. It reaches out for the human reality behind the cold logic of economics. As such I hope it is of interest to my friends in the wider East African region. … Continue reading
How are we doing in Africa? As I write there are 260 consumer organisations in over 100 countries around the world striving to promote a fairer society by protecting the rights of all consumers. Here in Africa nascent movements are … Continue reading
PARIS: Retailers and brand owners are reporting an increased interest in luxury products in Africa, with demand growing at home and abroad for high-end indigenous brands, in addition to established western players.
Nigeria seeks to beef up farming industry – Financial Times By Xan Rice in Shonga A country as big as Nigeria is, it possesses no traditional African wealth in dairy and beef cattle.