Africa investor
Africa investor, is a quarterly publication read by 20 000 international investors with an interest in Africa’s commercial development. is one of Africa’s most comprehensive investment information services. It markets, produces and disseminates investment news, research, surveys and location studies. O¬n a daily basis provides in excess of 14,000 international investors with timely relevant objective business information from across the continent of Africa. Ai is a content partner to the World Bank and FDI Exchange.
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Financial Investment Network
is a global leading consulting and publishing company specializing in strategic marketing for Foreign Direct Investment.

FIN’s immediate focus is on emerging markets, especially in Africa. FIN also organises and hosts international investment conferences, which are attended by key players and decision-makers from African governments and private business organisations. These conferences and events provide a solid networking opportunity with African business leaders as well as create avenues for expanding your business into Africa 's emerging markets.
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BenTV–BEN Television is the first multi-cultural, urban and cosmopolitan channel operating from United Kingdom (SKY EPG number 184). BEN Television is a free- to-air channel and can be received on the Sky Television network.

BEN Television is the largest provider of wholesome infotainment content, targeting a black and ethnic audience across Europe; its appeal reaches across the cross-cultural audience from a younger generation, through to the more mature, professional and affluent consumer.

BEN Television’s satellite footprint covers UK, Europe and parts of North Africa and reaches more than 7 million homes on the Sky satellite network. BEN Television’s potential audience is 30 million digital satellite homes.
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Based in Paris, the Panafrican Press Association (APPA, in French) sends daily press releases coming from organizations in touch with the African continent to 1 900 subscribers. These subscribers are mainly from African media: English, French, Portuguese and Arabic speaking and journalists in charge of African issues in the foreign media. All those who share an interest in this continent are welcome on the list. To subscribe, free of charge, to the mailing list of the Panafrican Press Association (APPA), you just have to send an e-mail with your details to: You can also use our mailing list, free of any charge, to send information to our subscribers using the following address :

Founded on a commitment to fairness and truth, and the promotion of social justice, economic advancement, good governance and national development.

Mission : The ultimate reference point in public service journalism, ever setting agenda for national discourse thereby enriching and promoting democratic culture and values for the social and economic well-being of the citizenry through our products - TELL & BROAD STREET Journal.

Vision : To set and ensure standard for the industry and, thus make journalists and journalism respectable

TELL was first published on Monday, April 8, 1991. It started out as a general interest but largely political magazine. Today, it has grown to be the flagship of Nigerian advocacy brand of journalism, easily assuming the nation's barometer in an age of great change.

Again, upon observing a missing link in the reporting of business/economy news, the company saw the need for an authoritative business weekly. Hence, in September 2005, BROAD STREET Journal was launched. However, the high-profile, all colour magazine hit the newsstand on February 6, 2006.

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