Monday, 01 June 2020


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  • Bj√∂rn Lapakko

    04:07 | 5/5/17
    Brave New Coin
    I'm responsible for establishing and scaling a wide range of marketing activities to help grow Funderbeam's business. Funderbeam is where growth companies can be funded and traded across borders. more»
  • Currency Debate: The problem with adopting the rand in Zimbabwe

    14:53 | 4/11/16
    Nehanda Radio
    Although the South African Rand is legal tender in all states, the other member states issue their own currencies: the Lesotho loti, Namibian dollar and Swazi lilangeni. Lesotho established its own central bank and issued its national currency, at a ... more»
  • Africa: Fluctuating Currencies and the Implications for HIV and Aids Financing

    23:18 | 4/10/16
    Their exchange rates are identical: a change in the value of the rand leads to the same change in the value of the Lesotho Maloti, Namibian Dollar and Swazi Lilangeni. The CMA is crucial as the agreement overlaps the highest prevalence countries in the ... more»

    13:56 | 28/9/16
    The Swazi Observer
    THE Swaziland Revenue Authority (SRA) has put in place institutional arrangements that will support the trade flows between the European Union (EU), Swaziland and Southern African Development Community (SADC) Economic Partnership Agreement ... more»
  • European shares lifted by solid earnings but RBS slumps

    01:07 | 6/8/16
    AOL Money UK
    European shares rose on Friday, helped by solid earnings from companies including cement making group LafargeHolcim, but Royal Bank of Scotland slumped after weak results. more»
  • The rip-off savings account that doesn't pay a penny in interest

    06:56 | 19/7/16
    AOL Money UK
    The Financial Conduct Authority has published the results of its investigation to the savings accounts paying the least interest in the UK. more»
  • Best selfie ever? Smiling sloth is a total dude

    23:26 | 5/7/16
    AOL Travel UK
    This picture of a smiling sloth hanging out in a tree sure has to be a contender for the best selfie ever. A lucky tourist spotted a sloth chilling out up a tree and decided to use his selfie stick to get a picture with it. more»
  • The great 'duty free' rip off

    23:00 | 5/7/16
    AOL Money UK
    Holidaymakers are paying up to 50% over the odds for their 'duty free bargains' at the airport, according to a new report. more»
  • Rand might save the Zim economy

    21:56 | 5/7/16
    Independent Online
    Since most of the country's trade is with South Africa, it makes a lot of sense for Zimbabwe to make its official currency the rand - or a currency tied to the rand, as are the Lesotho loti, the Namibian dollar and the Swazi lilangeni. With South ... more»
  • Greek hotel refuses to change Brit's pounds to euros following Brexit

    22:30 | 25/6/16
    AOL Travel UK
    A British tourist in Greece has spoken of the moment he was told he could not exchange pounds for euros at his holiday resort following Britain's vote to leave the EU. more»
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