Fellow Africans, if Nigerian Churches truly make an annual revenue of 3 Trillion naira ($18.4billion USD), isn't it a good money-making business for Africans to explore?
Could it be possible? That the total annual revenue Nigerian churches earn is estimated at over ₦3 trillion naira? That is huge! And a huge business opportunity to explore for those interested in starting a Nigerian Church business.
SHOWCASE and Bureau Africa have just released their newest production, a series of film interviews with prominent Ghanaian contemporary visual artists. The video project is launched under the title “The Black Stars of Ghana – Art District” and comprises a series of documented conversations with a group of prominent and some upcoming contemporary visual artists in Ghana.
A fresh generation of African leaders will be featured on new Al Jazeera English series Tutu’s Children, about the leadership programme Desmond Tutu leads.
Africa news gathered recently reports Ghana is in plans to establish a gold refinery by 2013 which will be used to process the gold produced in the country, especially from small scale mining sector.
Africa news gathered by InformAfrica today reports India has promised to support local entrepreneurs in Tanzania in order to improve their efficiency and compete more effectively.
InformAfrica gathered that Pakistani investors eyeing Tanzania’s construction industry have opened a cement factory in the East African country. The Pakistan investors also established that Tanzania was a suitable place for investment in different fields due to its political and environment stability.
With a clear objective in the Horizon 2020 Plan, the Government of Equitorial Guinea continues with its policy of investment and improvement of the country’s infrastructures.
Kola Aluko, an International businessman, has expressed his optimism for the future of motor racing in Africa, saying he believes African manufacturing industries will soon be in a position to compete with major global suppliers to the sport.
This review looks into Nigeria’s development in a global context, and reports that GDP growth in Africa’s most populous nation is expected to average 6.7% in the coming years – despite economic downturn.