African Ally Weekly Business Summary – South Africa’s Economy Is $37 Billion Bigger After Revision

African Ally Weekly Business Summary – South Africa’s Economy Is $37 Billion Bigger After Revision

Mastercard Finds 78% of SMEs in Retail Across Middle East and Africa Optimistic About Future Growth

Mastercard Finds 78% of SMEs in Retail Across Middle East and Africa Optimistic About Future Growth

Despite the overall negative impact of the pandemic on economies, reports show that most SMEs in the retail sector across Africa and the Middle East are optimistic about the next 12 months.

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Kenya is Moving Aggressively to Tax Digital Business. What Next?

Kenya is moving aggressively to tax digital business

As organizations continue to transition and transform into digital enterprises, business incomes from internet and mobile-based platforms continue to rise. And now, the Kenyan government wants a slice of this pie.

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Nigerian Mobility Startup Plentywaka Raises $1.2m Seed Funding, Acquires Ghana’s Stabus

Nigerian mobility startup Plentywaka raises $1.2m seed funding, acquires Ghana’s stabus

The Africa startup scene continues to grow in leaps and bounds, with Nigeria’s Plentywaka – aiming to become the largest shared mobility startup in West Africa – being Africa’s latest poster boy.

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South Africa’s Economy Is $37 Billion Bigger After Revision

South Africa’s Economy Is $37 Billion Bigger After Revision

The country’s authorities said they updated the way they calculate gross domestic product, which resulted in upgrading the economy by 11 percent.

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ECOWAS Ministerial Committee Wants Cross-Border Surveillance To Curb Pandemics

ECOWAS Ministerial Committee Wants Cross-Border Surveillance To Curb Pandemics

In the wake of the 3rd wave of covid-19, threatening lives and economic growth and development, the ECOWAS Ministerial Coordinating Committee (MCC) on health has called on member states to strengthen surveillance and cross-border collaboration.

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About African Ally

We are your dependable and trusted partner for African market entry and global PEO services. We are a division of ‘The Workforce Group’ – an African management consulting firm providing clients across diverse sectors and nations with a comprehensive collection of business and HR solutions.

At African Ally, we are committed to being partners with our clients on their journey to win in the African market. We provide business advisory support required for setting up and establishing operations within the local regulations and employment laws, therefore mitigating unforeseen risks and pitfalls of establishing a business in new terrain. We also manage recruitment and onboarding services, serviced office spaces, vendor management, procurement, travel, immigration and logistics support on behalf of our clients.

Over the last 16 years of doing business and growing our footprint in eleven African countries so far, we have observed that access to this level of support by clients trying to invest and do business in Africa can make the significant difference between their success and failure so this is why we do what we do, and it has earned us a reputation of being a reliable and dependable ally.

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We look forward to supporting your business in any way we can.

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