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Articles from African Business (August 1, 2019)

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'WE WANT TO ENERGISE OUR PEOPLE TO MAKE A MASSIVE DIFFERENCE IN OUR BUSINESS': Interview with Edna Malavolonek, Head of HR, Aggreko Africa: Aggreko's Head of Human Resources for Africa talks to us about the company's main priorities for the talent agenda, how the company deals with its internal communications and what she is doing to support the diversity of the business. Interview 1170
A culture of malfeasance: Oonagh McDonald reveals how the financial markets were rigged in the 2000s and sets out the reforms that still need to be implemented. Williams, Stephen 932
A FIRST FOR SUMITOMO IN AFRICA. 384
Abiy's reforms embolden Ethiopian regionalists. Collins, Tom 1149
Africa and the IMF after Lagarde. Kedem, Shoshana 1121
Africa's Silicon Valleys ripen for investment. Kedem, Shoshana 1080
After Collymore: Safaricom faces the future. Thomas, David Cover story 2084
AGGREKO AFRICA: WORKING ID BUILD STRONG AFRICAN LEADERSHIP: Interview with John Lewis, Managing Director, Africa--Aggreko. Interview 1253
Bob Collymore, the artist who changed Safaricom. Collins, Tom Obituary 444
Can Nigeria's CFTA move undo the negative legacy of protectionism? Joining the African Continental Free Trade Area may be Nigeria's first step towards realising the potential of its business sector as a force in Africa, argues Dianna Games. Games, Dianna 901
CAREERS IN AFRICA EMPLOYER OF CHOICE 2019-THE METHODOLOGY. Statistical table 4023
DRC needs urgent long-term Ebola plan. 559
FIFA appointment shakes up African football: For some, the appointment of Fatma Samoura as "FIFA general delegate for Africa" offers the chance to resolve the controversies surrounding the Confederation of African Football (CAF), but for others it represents a hostile move, as David Thomas reports. Thomas, David 1151
Gold miners struggle amid Zimbabwe currency woes. Marima, Tendai 1146
HOW BOSCH IS CUSTOMISING ITS GLOBAL EVP FOR AFRICA. Vermeij, Paul 731
HR IS DEAD--LONG LIVE THE EMPLOYS EXPERIENCE: In his introduction to the second edition of Talent Matters Alex Mugan, Managing Director of Global Career Company, explains why it's time to stop focusing on humans as resources and start benefiting from the strategic possibilities of people. Mugan, Alex 1558
INVESTING IN THE FULL FOOD CHAIN. 476
Japan expands its trade and investment in Africa: Japan is seeking to diversify the range of its trade partners in Africa and encouraging SMEs and startups to invest in the continent, as Neil Ford reports. Ford, Neil 1485
Japan eyes its last largest market. Kedem, Shoshana 1453
Japan has come to Africa. Marks, Christopher 807
JAPANESE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT. 228
JICA supports Kenya's development. Collins, Tom 1088
Kenya's finance minister snared in dam probe. Collins, Tom 533
Lagos urges commuters to head to the water: The waterways of Lagos offer a speedy means of alternative transport that could foster the local economy, but many hurdles need to be overcome, as Linus Unah reports. Unah, Linus 1034
MOROCCO LURES AUTOMOTIVE INTEREST. 344
Nigerian mining revival in the works. Unah, Linus 1126
PURPOLOGY--THE SECRET BEHIND AFRICA'S CHALLENGER EMPLOYER BRANDS. Mugan, Alex Interview 748
Strategic investments pay off for Kenya's largest brewer: East African Breweries Limited (EABL) is reaping the rewards of its decision to invest in key assets, as its managing director and CEO explains to Tom Collins. Cowan, Andrew Interview 1412
The background to TICAD: Anver Versi explains the developments that led to the creation of TICAD in 1993. Versi, Anver 371
TICAD 7--HIGHLIGHTS. 315
TICAD 7: Start of a new era for Japan and Africa. Report 216
TICAD--empowering Africa through high-level policy dialogue since 1993. Ford, Neil 770
Zambian mining judgment calls for new depths in sustainability reporting. Pollitt, Michael 1115

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