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Friday, June 23, 2017


Video made the Nollywood star – and how technology is changing Nigeria’s film industry

If video killed the radio star, it certainly made the Nollywood star. Nigeria’s film industry commonly known as Nollywood started growing rapidly after independence in 1960. However, it is the video boom of the late 1980s that has left its mark on the industry. Nollywood is the second largest film industry in number of films produced after […]

The Human Rights Outlook 2016 – Labour brokers and supply chain traceability tops the list

February 22, 2016 by  
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Verisk Maplecroft published the Human Rights Outlook 2016. The top 5 are: 1. Labour brokers and ethical recruitment 2. Achieving traceability 3. increasing supply chain responsibility 4. Enhancing supply chain transparency 5: Migration – preventing forced labour in the European supply chains Read Article Share:del.icio.usFacebookTwitterLinkedIn

Turkmenistan gas – If you build pipelines, you will prosper

November 22, 2015 by  
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In 1935, twenty-eight horse riders on their famed Akhal-Teke horses, embarked on an endurance race from Ashgabat to Moscow. Through rugged terrain including the Karakum Desert and forests, the 4,330 kilometre race took eighty-four days to complete. Traditionally, the Turkmen were desert nomads and they had to negotiate difficult terrain on their Akhal-Teke horses. More […]

Burundi – more than black coffee and banana beer

Arriving in Bujumbura’s undescriptive small airport, you could be mistaken for thinking you have arrived in a district town, not a country’s capital. “Bienvenue!” says Alain, my driver for the day. There is a sense of optimism in his voice, even with political turmoil hanging in the air. Burundi is small landlocked country in East […]

Garbage day – the recycling industry

It’s Friday and that means garbage day in Emmarentia in Johannesburg. In the competitive world of recycling, that equals a 3 – 4am start for most recyclers. Recycling in South Africa has a strong SADC (Southern African Development Community) flavour to it, with Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Mozambique well represented.  Many sleep in the city […]

Walking in another man’s shoes – Kenya’s second hand trade

It is 10 am and Timothy Kimani (pseudonym) has already had a full day. His day normally starts with a trip to Gikomba market, the biggest second-hand clothing exchange in East Africa. Timothy specializes in leather shoes.  The business is highly segmented with each trader focusing on a specific niche.  Goods arrive by bale in […]

Light manufacturing in Tanzania and beyond

August 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Africa, Featured Articles, Industry

Skills has to be seen as key in any focus on sustainable growth and, as with the example from Sri Lanka and the German led vocational skills centre Tanzania is exploring the same agenda. The World Bank has just produced a Report on “Light Manufacturing in Africa” and, at the launch in Dar-es-Salaam, Emmanuel Ole Naiko made clear […]

Evolving Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)

Managing supplier relationships used to be a zero sum game. Most companies focused on short terms goals where price was the main focus. Bullying suppliers were commonplace in some organizations. Employees took great pride in “facing down suppliers” and relationships were viewed on “how much money we will make”. However, with the increase in outsourcing […]

Transforming the Indian leather industry

October 17, 2010 by  
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Robert Bell writes: Years ago I worked in a company called Irish Leathers in a place called Carrick-on-Suir in Ireland. I followed the process through from the livestock in the surrounding fields; the slaughter house; raw skin collection and then, the production of wet blue hides before the finishing process began. The colouring and plate […]

Vietnam’s textile industry: opportunities and challenges

April 10, 2010 by  
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Vietnam’s textile industry has increased significantly since normalizing relationships with the United States in the 1990’s. Vietnam was granted most favoured nation status (MFN) in December 2001, which led to a dramatic reduction in import tariffs in the US market. Vietnam’s induction to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2007 and the Vietnamese government’s strong […]

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