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Seven trends likely to shape African agriculture in the coming years

Seven trends likely to shape African agriculture in the coming years

In a recent research report, titled African Agriculture: This other Eden, Renaissance Capital identified a number of factors that are likely to influence African agriculture in the years ahead. A summary below: Rising urbanisation could mean that cheap farm labour will disappear from the countryside. 1. Increasing demand from China China’s meat consumption has increased significantly over the past decades. ... Read More »

Is The World Getting Better Or Worse?

view video A few weeks ago, I was at a high-level mastermind with several successful business owners and entrepreneurs.   I happened to be sitting next to a special guest, who got up and gave a presentation that absolutely blew me away. Now, I see a LOT of speakers — but this guy was different. Unlike any speaker I had ... Read More »

Eye Opener

Blind people work together and make parts of Boilers at Trichy for IOCL’s Paradip Refinery project …..… An experience sharing. 21st December 2011 has etched an unforgettable memory in my mind. I was at Tiruchirapalli on a mission to expedite supplies of Boilers at BHEL’s works for Power plant of IOCL’s ongoing Paradip Refinery Project. BHEL has outsourced non-pressure parts ... Read More »

African Countries Region Wise

Name of region andterritory, with flag Area(km²) Population(2009 est) except where noted Density (per km²) Capital     Eastern Africa                                                                                 ... Read More »

India & The Economic Crises

A passionate article re-asserting India’s role in the current global economic crises It is important to recognise that the dominance of the West has been there only for last 200-and-odd years. According to Angus Maddison’s pioneering OECD study, India and China had nearly 50 percent of global GDP as late as the 1820s. Hence India and China are not emerging ... Read More »

Understanding Islamic Banking

Islamic banking is a participative form of banking and is quite diffrent from conventional banking.. Islamic banking is a participative form of banking, this type of banking activity is consistent with the principles of Islamic law and its practical application through the development of Islamic economics. Sharia prohibits the fixed or floating payment/acceptance of specific interest or fees (known as ... Read More »

Living Building

TECHNOLOGY- LIVING BUILDINGS: Creating buildings with lungs to absorb CO2 and skin that control temperatures. Fascinating ? This may soon become a reality… London (CNN) — What if buildings had lungs that could absorb carbon emissions from the city and convert them into something useful? What if they had skin that could control their temperature without the need for radiators ... Read More »

Setting up business in South Africa


Aap ka South Africa mein business hai? It’s the question now regularly being asked amoung businessmen and executives in India ATUL PADALKAR explores… A few years ago, the talk in corporate boardrooms in Europe and America was the newly opened territories of India and China. Like old wives tales, CEOs used to exchange notes sometimes sweet, sometimes funny with their colleagues ... Read More »

All Forms of SARS

SARS (South African Revenue Services) have done lot of work to simplify taxation matters. Here we bring to you all the esentials that you need to know .. All Forms 2010 Individual Tax Season Mining and Tax Computation More… Accreditation SC-CF-06-A1 – Request For Information And Self-Assessment Customs – Accreditation Rule 64e More… Air Passenger Tax APT 101 Agents application for registration/cancellation ... Read More »


THE NEXT BUBBLE : M D RAMESH of Olam International has forwarded an interesting article by Pijush Das What happens when a country piles up huge forex reserves ? We had two instances in the past in which a country has amassed such large foreign reserves; the United States in the 1920s and Japan in the 1980s. The first time ... Read More »

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