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.
Egypt state news agency is reporting a deal signed over the weekend, in which Turkey agreed to issue $1 billion loan to Egypt, according to information gathered via Reuters.
The largest outsourcing marketplace in the world, Freelancer.com has launched in French-speaking Africa, putting the African continent at the forefront of the digital business revolution.
In a somewhat controversial topic, Monitor.co.ug reports that China is Africa’s newest babysitter due to the growing Africa-China partnership towards the development of the African continent.
Miss Kenya, Shamim Ali, an 18-year old Architecture student competing in the ongoing Miss World Beauty with a Purpose beauty pageant in China, has raised Sh1, 345,000 (about $16,000) during a charity dinner in China.
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.
Information from press release submitted to InformAfrica today reports that 10 mobile compact laboratories have been donated to the Angolan ministry of health for detection of counterfeit medicines in the country.
In a research reported recently, scientists from the University of Equatorial Guinea and Drexel University may have discovered four new frog species on Bioko Island in Equatorial Guinea.
Airtel on July 4th announced the introduction of the fastest mobile Internet in Rwanda, with the launch of its 3.75G network in the country.