Daily Archives: November 9, 2018

Bantwana injury update ahead of WC opening match

Bantwana’s U17 FIFA World Cup preparations have been hit by a few injuries which sees defender Yenzokuhle Ngubane sit out at training on Thursday, 8 November. The tough as teak defender sustained a knock in the friendly match against Uruguay

We have to go all out at World Cup – Wade

The national U17 women’s team are currently in Uruguay preparing for the FIFA World Cup and Bantwana will begin their quest for a world title with a Group B match against Mexico on 13 November at the Estadio Domingo Burgueno

Banks urged to plough into Africa’s agribusiness

African banks, insurance institutions and investors have been challenged to relax their stringent requirements for the funding of emerging agribusiness ventures on the continent. Industry experts made the clarion call during an agribusiness discussion at the inaugural Africa Investment Forum

Investment Forum affirms Africa’s path to prosperity

The growth of the African economy relies on the continent investing in itself and this was evident as investors backed multibillion rand projects during the inaugural Africa Investment Forum. The forum concluded on Friday with investors, government leaders and the

Maiden Africa Investment Forum seals 45 deals worth $32bn

The inaugural African Investment Forum (AIF) has culminated in 45 deals worth $32 billion in investment. The deals cover sectors such as energy, infrastructure, transport, utilities, education, health, water, sanitation, agriculture and housing, organisers told media at the end of

Zimbabwe’s Teachers Demand Payment in US Dollars

Hundreds of teachers staged a one-day strike Friday in Zimbabwe’s capital of Harare, demanding to be paid in U.S. dollars, the most desired form of currency in the economically struggling country. Raymond Majongwe, the secretary general of the Progressive Teachers