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WORKERS OF TAI SOLARIN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TASCE) OMU IJEBU CALLED ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA OVER 28 MONTH SALARY, 48 MONTH ARREARS

The employees of Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE), Omu-Ijebu, Ogun State, have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to order the state government-led by Senator Ibikunle Amosun to pay them their

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5 THINGS THAT WILL PUT SOUTH AFRICA AT RISK IN 2019

In 2018, SA got a new president, two new finance ministers and slumped into a recession. Next year may be even more bumpy. Here’s a look at the key economic

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HOW NIGERIA CAN ATTRACT AND KEEP THE RIGHT KIND OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Two of the largest banking and financial services institutions in the world, HSBC and UBS, have recently closed their local representative offices in Nigeria. There’s also trouble brewing elsewhere in

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PROF. YEMI OSINBAJO KEY NOTE ADDRESS AT NIGERIAN DIASPORA INVESTMENT SUMMIT

It is evident that our country’s greatest resource is not its material resources but its human resources, the abundant talent, ambitions and energy of our people; qualities that we carry

SA MOTORISTS URGED TO SAVE CASH WHEN FUEL PRICE DROPS

JOHANNESBURG – While South Africans celebrate the upcoming drop in fuel prices, consumers are being urged to save wherever they can with no guarantee around prices for next year. The

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NEW SOUTH AFRICAN TAX COULD SEE YOU PAYING MORE FOR NETFLIX AND OTHER INTERNET SERVICES

The National Treasury recently published an amended regulation for electronic services. The regulation – which has an effective date of 1 April 2019 – will impact international suppliers of services

CONTROVERSIAL SKIN LIGHTENING CREAM LAUNCHED IN NIGERIA

Cameroonian singer Dencia has defended her controversial skin lightening product during its launch in Nigeria. The product was being promoted by model Blac Chyna at the event in Lagos. The

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FOREIGNERS FROWN AT TYME BANK

Many foreigners who live in South Africa have expressed their grievances against Tyme Bank, an online banking system set to be fully operational next year. The premise for the grievance

SAM APATA OF 67CEOs FOUNDATION ON GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Sam Apata, CEO of 67CEOs Foundation speaks about the need for entrepreneurial development in the country and the continent. The 67CEOs Foundation will host the second edition of its Global

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SIX MYTHS ABOUT RENTING YOU SHOULDN’T BELIEVE IN SOUTH AFRICA

If you’ve ever rented a property before, you’ll know that renting can have its downsides (think of how you had to endure those orange linoleum kitchen tiles!). That being said,