Amr El-Qadi, Executive Director of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board (ETPB), said that a new tourism promotion campaign will be launched next month, aiming to present Egypt as a vibrant destination with diverse tourism products.
He added that this campaign will target the main tourist export markets for Egypt and … Read More
South Africa has developed without many legal restrictions for over 20years now but it has come at the detriment of some community in the nation.
These detriment has resulted in industrial risks such as environmental pollution, contamination and health impacts to such communities.
Since the country’s democratic transition in 1994, … Read More
After the resumption of construction activities in South Africa, experts has calls for safety measure to be practice all the time.
The appeal was made by the nation Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille as the nation move to level 3 of the lockdown regulation.
According to De … Read More
As the pandemic keeps spreading, the call for construction industry to be declared an essential service keeps growing. This is according to a submission made by the Construction COVID-19 Rapid Response Task Team to motivate for a phased reactivation of the construction Sector.
According to them, the construction industry has … Read More
Liberia to boost rubber industry with US$1.725 million loan offer.
Liberia Government has approve fund which will help boost rubber industry in the country. This fund is worth US$1.725 million and will pass through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP).
The aim of the loan is to enhance … Read More
Zimbabwe’s mines minister seeks to address foreign currency shortage in the country.
On Monday, 04 January 2019, Zimbabwe’s mines minister Winston Chitando said, soon introduction of monetary policy tools will help address foreign currency shortage affecting mining companies.
Lack of funds in the economy, has hurt mining companies including the … Read More
Zimbabwe’s local Industry Capacity Utilization plunges downwards
According to the Confederation of Zimbabwe industries (CZI), local industry capacity utilization have drop by 6.2 percentage points. There is a need for protective measures to help overturn this downward coil.
This revelation is according to a recent investigation by the Business Orient … Read More