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JOHANNESBURG -- For the first time ever, African Leadership Academy and The MasterCard Foundation are delighted to have Anzisha Prize finalists from Togo and Ivory Coast, revealing strong growth in entrepreneurship activity amongst youth in West Africa.
MAPUTO -- Arriving in Mozambique when the telecom infrastructure was very limited and only 35% of the population was accessible to the telecommunication services, Viettel – the Vietnamese leading telecommunications - has endorsed an initiative to popularize telecom services in rural and under-served areas in Mozambique. This initiative regards telecom provision as a commodity, which should be accessible regardless of geographical location or financial capacity.
The company has invested in a network, service support and introduction of social programs to enable telecom services accessible to rural Mozambicans, as part of improving their overall lives and become its customers. Viettel aims at a sustainable social development and benefit both customers and the company by bringing mobile phones to every Mozambican and broadband Internet to every Mozambican family.
DURBAN - The Durban International Film Festival, an annual showcase of films from across the world, networking and workshops successfully ended on July 27. 450 delegates were in attendance from 32 countries, 24 workshop and panel discussion programmes presented by 32 industry experts and professionals, and over 900 official business meetings documented in the Finance Forum. The opening night lived up to the billing, with various filmmakers and enthusiasts in attendance. The festival rolled out with various panel discussions and workshops that covered various spheres of the film making business.
Durban - The 5th Durban FilmMart (DFM) ended after four days of networking, workshops and film. The 2014 event has been a described by organisers as a resounding success with over 450 delegates in attendance from 32 countries, 24 workshop and panel discussion programmes presented by 32 industry experts and professionals, and over 900 official business meetings documented in the Finance Forum.
The Durban FilmMart, is a joint initiative of the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) and Durban Film Office (DFO) funded through the City of Durban, which took place over the 18 – 21 July 2014 at the Tsogo Sun Elangeni Hotel in Durban.
Johannesburg - It’s a typical day in Johannesburg, South Africa’s commercial capital. The day is deceptively warm, but with a slow dark cloud formation warning of an imminent downpour, common at this time of the year. In the quaint suburb of Cyrildene, about 15 minutes to the east of the Johannesburg Central Business District. Derrick Street resembles the oriental and eastern setting. As one blogger said; walking along this street is like one is in Hong Kong. It’s a short but busy street with restaurants, retail and wholesale shops for Asian food.