Sub-Saharan Africa

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Noun1.Sub-Saharan Africa - the region of Africa to the south of the Sahara DesertSub-Saharan Africa - the region of Africa to the south of the Sahara Desert
Africa - the second largest continent; located to the south of Europe and bordered to the west by the South Atlantic and to the east by the Indian Ocean
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Accenture has appointed Vukani Mngxati country managing director for South Africa effective May 1, with responsibility for driving Accentures growth strategy in sub-Sahara Africa.
Abidjan: The African Development Bank approved US $100 million to The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) in the bid to reduce the huge infrastructure financing gap in Sub-Sahara Africa to reduce gap.
Sub-Sahara Africa has been through a difficult economic adjustment over the last few years, weighed down by the decline in commodity prices that began in 2014.
Linda Mahlangu, Clariant's metallurgist for Sub-Sahara Africa mining solutions, presented a research paper titled, A Review of Phosphoric Acid Esters for the Flotation of Oxidized Copper Minerals at the Eighth International Flotation Conference (Flotation 2017, held November 1316 in Cape Town, South Africa).
The project, which has been described as first-of-its-kind in the Sub-Sahara Africa, is being built for Total Oil Exploration and Production Company, with LADOL acting as the local content partner.
Subsequently, he moved to Exotix Partners LLP (Exotix) where he became partner following his input towards the growth of the Sub-Sahara Africa desk within equities, fixed income and structured products.
SchAaAaAeA nfelder's appointment follows the merger of the former regio Sub-Sahara Africa and the Middle East & North Africa into one regional platform.
This follows the merger of the former regions Sub-Sahara Africa and Mena into one regional platform.
Full utilization of the Internet and Information Communication Technology (ICT) potentials in higher educational institutions in Sub-Sahara Africa such as virtual learning environment and collaborative education are still many years away.
Denis Kruger, Head of Sub-Sahara Africa, SWIFT said, "Africa remains a significant growth area for SWIFT.
He brings to the company a wealth of valuable experience from communications & government affairs, regulatory and manufacturing systems in Nigeria and throughout Sub-Sahara Africa.
Banks in sub-Sahara Africa ex South Africa (SSA ex SA) have done well over the past 10 years.

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