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KTDA net profit rises 59pc on higher sales - Business Daily

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 20:01
KTDA net profit rises 59pc on higher sales  Business Daily

The Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) Holdings profit rose nearly 59 percent in the year ending June 30, 2018 as it benefited from increase in global ...

Tea earns Kenya Sh33bn in Q3 - Business Daily

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 20:01
Tea earns Kenya Sh33bn in Q3  Business Daily

Tea remained the top earner at Sh32.6 billion followed by horticulture at Sh31 billion during the July-September 2018 period.

Implement laws on intellectual property - Business Daily

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 20:01
Implement laws on intellectual property  Business Daily

My column on November 25, 2018 generated a lot of attention on social media. However, some of the issues I raised were taken completely out of context,

Cooking gas consumption jumps 40pc on extended logging ban - Business Daily

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 20:01
Cooking gas consumption jumps 40pc on extended logging ban  Business Daily

Cooking gas imports rose by 39.2 per cent in the first three quarters of 2018 to stand at 70574 tonnes following the ban on logging.

DRC election results postponed as officials say ‘remain patient’ - The Guardian

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 18:47
DRC election results postponed as officials say ‘remain patient’  The Guardian

Opposition members say delay could be part of scheme by government to rig election.

Springfield family carries on mission work in South Africa - Springfield News Sun

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 18:00
Springfield family carries on mission work in South Africa  Springfield News Sun

When Marshall Grant, Jr., returned from two-and-a-half weeks in South Africa in 2003, he was so smitten by the country's beauty, “He talked about it like he did a ...

32 of the most expensive and exclusive schools in South Africa - BusinessTech

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 17:02
32 of the most expensive and exclusive schools in South Africa  BusinessTech

After a troubled year for the South African economy in 2018 – where households were placed under immense pressure due to a VAT hike and higher prices on ...

South Africa skipper Du Plessis suspended for third Test - Business Standard

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 16:35
South Africa skipper Du Plessis suspended for third Test  Business Standard

Read more about South Africa skipper Du Plessis suspended for third Test on Business Standard. South Africa captain Faf du Plessis was on Sunday ...

Du Plessis suspended as S Africa guilty of slow over rate - Business Recorder

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 16:19
Du Plessis suspended as S Africa guilty of slow over rate  Business Recorder

CAPE TOWN: South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has been suspended for one test and fined 20 percent of his match fee after his side were charged with a slow.

Our pitches have crossed the line - IOL

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 16:00
Our pitches have crossed the line  IOL

If we are being as brutally honest as Mickey Arthur, the second Test pitch really wasn't up to the standard that Newlands has become accustomed to.

The most successful movie in the world for every year since 2000 - Business Insider South Africa

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 15:18
The most successful movie in the world for every year since 2000  Business Insider South Africa

From "Mission: Impossible II" to the top film of 2018, here's the most successful movie at the global box office for every year since 2000.

Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting - Bradenton Herald

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 14:02
Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting  Bradenton Herald

Several African countries with some of the largest elephant populations are calling for looser controls on legal ivory trade; other countries on the continent want ...

Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting - Sacramento Bee

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 14:02
Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting  Sacramento Bee

Several African countries with some of the largest elephant populations are calling for looser controls on legal ivory trade; other countries on the continent want ...

Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting - Idaho Statesman

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 14:02
Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting  Idaho Statesman

Several African countries with some of the largest elephant populations are calling for looser controls on legal ivory trade; other countries on the continent want ...

Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting - The News Tribune

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 14:02
Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting  The News Tribune

Several African countries with some of the largest elephant populations are calling for looser controls on legal ivory trade; other countries on the continent want ...

Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting - Miami Herald

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 14:02
Africa is divided over ivory trade ahead of wildlife meeting  Miami Herald

Several African countries with some of the largest elephant populations are calling for looser controls on legal ivory trade; other countries on the continent want ...

Two business people found burnt to death in house in Limpopo - News24

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 13:44
Two business people found burnt to death in house in Limpopo  News24

Two business people have been burnt to death in a house and their belongings stolen in Limpopo, police say.

Super-rich sabbatical: the boom in luxury long breaks for the 1% - The Guardian

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 13:32
Super-rich sabbatical: the boom in luxury long breaks for the 1%  The Guardian

The super-rich are going on sabbatical. It turns out having bucket-loads of money can be stressful, leading some of the world's richest people to take a break for ...

Golden green - ZAWYA

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 13:14
Golden green  ZAWYA

Africa's renewable sector offers opportunities for Gulf investors - ZAWYA MENA Edition.

Chinese culinary and sex appetites a boon for East Africa fish exporters - The East African

Sun, 01/06/2019 - 13:04
Chinese culinary and sex appetites a boon for East Africa fish exporters  The East African

Fish maw, which was once regarded as a waste by-product in East Africa, is slowly becoming a multi-million dollar export, thanks to the growing appetite in Asia.