The South Africa Airways (SAA) today commences its direct flight from Abuja to Johannesburg, South Africa. The airline said the inaugural flight is part of measures to boost bilateral relationship between Nigeria and South Africa.
South Africa Airways, SAA, has announced the commencement of direct flight from Abuja to Johannesburg, South Africa as part of measures to boost bilateral relationship between the two countries.
There is a move afoot that will lead to improved liquidity on Africa’s exchanges. This move will see increased cross listings of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) on the larger exchanges on the continent.
Arik Air, Nigeria and West Africa’s largest carrier has introduced new summer timings on the Lagos- Johannesburg route. Additionally, the baggage allowance on the route has been increased for both Premier and Economy Class passengers.
The JSE has successfully completed the second phase of the JSE’s number one priority project, the T+3 project. The project is being implemented in three phases, and will result in the local equities market moving from the current T+5 settlement cycle to a shorter, three day settlement cycle (which is the intention of Phase 3 on the initiative).
Anglo American invests R15 million in Chair of Occupational Hygiene at Wits University, Johannesburg
Anglo American is investing R15-million in a new Chair, to be known as the Anglo American Endowed Chair in Occupational Hygiene at the Wits School of Public Health .The Chair will conduct research, and engage in other scholarly activities, with the aim of decreasing employee exposure to dust, noise and other health hazards in mining and other industries, thereby contributing to employee wellbeing.
Johannesburg is set to be the most popular destination city in Africa for the second year, followed by Cape Town, according to the 2014 MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index.
The JSE announced the winners of the 13th annual Spire Awards – recognizing excellence in South Africa’s fixed income, currency and commodity derivatives markets – at a gala dinner last night. ABSA Capital emerged as the overall winner and was crowned as the Best Fixed Income and Currencies House. Rand Merchant Bank and Standard Bank took second and third place respectively.
MTN and Fenix International have been recognised at the Nedbank Sustainable Business Awards for a solar charging solution that’s improving the lives of communities without access to electricity and financial services in Uganda and Rwanda.
Since 26 October 2014, Air France has been serving Abidjan by A380, the largest superjumbo in its fleet, with three weekly frequencies. The other flights ...