Airtel Africa falls for its listing on the London Stock Exchange

African telecoms operator Airtel Africa, one of the continent’s heavyweights, fell on Friday for its first steps on the London Stock Exchange after raising nearly 600 million pounds. With that, they experienced spikes in gambling activity online. Especially on Canadian casino sites, like this one where you can read up on the latest and best Alberta casinos. How they function and how to distinguish the good ones from the excellent ones. At 0920 GMT, the value was down 11.65% at 70.68 pence…

Stock Exchange of Mauritius – Tabj.co.za Update

From Mauritius to the World – Latest Updates from Business Magazines in South Africa The Stock Exchange of Mauritius Limited (SEM) was incorporated in Mauritius on March 30, 1989 under the Stock Exchange Act 1988, as a private limited company…

Tabj.co.za Business Review: SBG Securities

Latest in Business News South Africa: Intelligent Investing Standard Bank boasts a 150-year legacy in South Africa and started expanding into the rest of the continent in the early 1990s. The banking giant currently operates in 18 countries across Africa,…

Emperor Asset Management

The science behind risk Emperor Asset Management is no ordinary asset management firm. The company uses a clever blend of science and math to minimise risk and maximise returns. Emperor Asset Management, a division of First World Trader and Purple…

Constant Capital

Investing in Growth Constant Capital Partners is a leading pan-African financial services institution. It specialises in public equity sales, trading and research offering these services to global institutional clients, using its local expertise to drive success.  It also has corporate…

Trop-X Seychelles Securities Exchange

Virtually connecting Africa and beyond, one country at a time. November 30 marked the launch of Seychelles’ very own securities exchange, Trop-X, a concept that first began floating around in 2007 after the Seychellois government passed a securities bill to…

Tebfin Limited

Servicing South Africa in finance, logistics and ICT In 2006, electrical engineer and serial entrepreneur Tebogo Mogashoa decided to capitalise his own resources to launch Tebfin Limited, a 100 per cent black-owned and managed financial services provider focusing on the…