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Just In: Donald Duke reaches agreement with AMCON over N537 million debt

Former Cross River Governor, Donald Duke has settled the N537 million debt he was owing the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON). ...

United Kingdom opens window of job opportunities for international students

United Kingdom Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has announced that international students would now be able to stay and work in the UK after graduating. ...

FG to borrow N1.7 trillion to finance 2020 budget – Finance Minister 

The Federal Government (FG) has disclosed it was planning to borrow a projected cumulative sum of N1.7 trillion to finance the 2020 budget from the N1 ...

GNI lists shares on NASD after delisting voluntarily from NSE 

Following its voluntary delisting from the NSE, Great Nigeria Insurance Plc (GNI) has listed its shares on NASD OTC Securities Exchange Plc, ...

Much like Nigeria, South Africa fines MTN over regulatory breach

Earlier this week, MTN Group Limited was fined the sum of ZAR 5 million (about $340.597) by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa o ...

BREAKING: SCD Group emerges winner of $10 billion Nigerian Gas Project

SCD Group, a Joint Venture consortium comprising Saipem, Daewoo and Chiyoda has successfully secured the $10 billion Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (N ...

A digital bank just secured $1.6 million seed funding

Kuda, a FinTech modelled after the operations of a digital bank has just raised the sum of $1.6 million for the purpose of deepening its inclusion and ...

London Business School Grooms Sahara Group’s Future Leaders

Some Sahara Group employees have commenced a four-week London Business School development course under the framework of the Sahara Leadership Program ...

SEC to include blockchain, virtual financial assets in capital market 

SEC has set up FinTech Roadmap Working Group, to support innovation and enhance regulation within the blockchain and Virtual financial assets' space ...

Two MTN Group Execs have resigned due to “personal reasons”

The Chief Executive Officers of MTN Group Limited’s Zambia and Cote d’Ivoire units are stepping down after citing "personal reasons". ...