Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) today announced plans to debut Element Hotels, the stylish eco-incubator brand in Egypt in early 2019. Located in Cairo’s upscale Heliopolis district and slated to be the largest Element Hotel in the Middle East and Africa.

Published in East Africa

New report sponsored by global law firm Baker & McKenzie finds that the funding gap for African infrastructure narrows to about USD25bn a year.

Published in Southern Africa
 Net profit for Q2 2015 is AED 1.179 billion (US$ 321 million) higher by 16% as compared to Q2 2014 
Published in North Africa

Emaar Hospitality Group acquires management contracts in Nigeria & Bahrain

Published in North Africa
The Project is located in Sharkiya Governorate, Egypt and will be the Country's largest integrated sugar manufacturer once all phases are complete.
Published in North Africa
The Client is Emiral Real Estate, an international property developer with operations in the MENA Region.
Published in North Africa
Hassan Allam Construction (HAC) is proud to announce the award of a new infrastructure project in Qassim, Saudi Arabia.
Published in North Africa

The International Monetary Fund predicts sub-Saharan Africa growing at 5.4 percent this year compared to 1.4 percent for developed economies.

Published in North Africa

South Africa, along with Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco and Tunisia, accounted for 60 percent of all direct investment inflows into Africa from 1997 to 2001, a draft World Economic Forum (WEF) report had shown.

Published in Southern Africa
Friday, 15 June 2001 08:01

Pick & Pay vs Shoprite for Africa

In the bun-fight for domination of the food retailing business in South Africa, with Whitey Basson's Shoprite chain in one corner, and Sean Summers' Pick 'n Pay in the other, the outcome looks like a hard-fought draw, locally at least, with both groups claiming around 40% of the R50 billion industry.

Published in Southern Africa
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