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Explore Issue 22 of Africa Outlook Magazine Magazine, the B2B magazine for Africa.

Latest 22 Corporate Stories

Zenufa Group of Companies

Affordable, Accessible, Availing   Zenufa Laboratories has replicated its early healthcare and manufacturing successes in DRC, into Tanzania and looks forward to the

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Tuskys

Pay Less, Get More Everyday  Tuskys supermarkets are the most pronounced chain stores found in Nairobi city centre and the surrounding areas

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J.M.V. Textiles

A tight-knit focus on Customer Satisfaction   JMV Textiles Group continues to invest and expand in line with its flexible, entrepreneurial approach to

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Lusitania Food Products

Positive thinking produces positive results   Lusitania Food Products continues to increase and diversify its range of products to complement its equally flexible

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Sangio Pipe

SA’s Leading Producer of HDPE Pipe   Sangio Pipe is focussed on achieving a leading product coupled with exemplary customer service, which will

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Bokamoso Private Hospital

Specialist Healthcare for a Developing Nation                         Lenmed Health Bokamoso Private Hospital brings

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Ghana Rubber Estates Ltd

Stretching Across West Africa   GREL’s integration into the community has been successfully accompanied by the reinjection of profits to encourage growth  Writer

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Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital 2014

Unparalleled Specialists in Children’s healthcare   A year on and Gerties continues its adventure, expanding its ever-growing reach across Kenya with the advent

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Auto Industrial Group

South Africa’s Leading Automotive Component Manufacturer    The first port of call for all of South Africa’s major OEMs, Auto Industrial has established

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Harlequin International Ghana

Setting the Benchmark for West African Engineering   A company backed by a team of experienced, knowledgeable and dependable staff that provide value-add

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