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Financial Services

Africa has some of the fastest-growing economies globally, and the financial services sector continues to see Africa as an attractive growth market. Whether it is the growing middle class or the prospect of the highest number of young people in the world, Africa is undeniable a market that offers vast prospects for this sector.

We are proud to have partnered with our client Minet Holdings Africa to launch their new brand in seven strategic markets in Africa, i.e., Malawi, Namibia, Kenya, Lesotho, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia.

Minet is a trusted pan-African advisor that meets tomorrow’s uncertainties by delivering risk and human capital solutions today. As the largest Aon Global Network Correspondent, Minet has access to over 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries and proprietary data, research, and analytics, enabling us to manage and secure tomorrow's risks and provide clients with an unrivalled advantage.

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Healthcare

“A healthy nation is a wealthy nation. “

Healthcare is South Africa and Africa’s key priority, one without which Africa’s future would be bleak.

Our client, Gilead Sciences, is a global biotechnology company that researches, develops and commercialises drugs. The company focuses primarily on antiviral drugs used to treat HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and influenza, including Harvoni and Sovaldi.

Gilead strives to transform and simplify care for people with life-threatening diseases worldwide.

We are privileged to work with a client that puts promoting access to quality healthcare for all at the centre of their business.

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Mining

Africa’s mining sector is the largest mineral resources industry in the world.

The continent is the second-largest and endowed with large quantities of mineral wealth.

For many African countries, mining is the backbone of their respective economies, with mineral exploration and production contributing significantly to their gross domestic product (GDP).

We pride ourselves on supporting our client Exxaro Resources, the largest coal and heavy minerals mining company in South Africa, by connecting, engaging and sharing their “Proudly South African” story with various strategic stakeholders.

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Rail Transport

Africa’s rail renaissance is here. One cannot ignore the vast investments that have been pumped into reviving Africa’s ageing rail infrastructure and rolling stock over the past five years.

We have been fortunate to service this industry at a very critical and opportune time where Africa’s rail sector was re-writing the narrative of Africa’s growth potential. We partnered with TMH Africa to tell authentic African stories of how the investments into this sector are increasing Africa’s competitiveness, moving loads and loads of goods from our roads to rail and connecting Africa to Intra-Africa trade and regional integration.

We have done work for TMH Africa, a subsidiary of TMH International, a division of the TMH Group, and a world leader in railway engineering and Russia’s largest company in transport engineering. Globally, TMH has an annual turnover of 4.5. billion Euros employs over 100 000 people, has 13 industrial sites and nine locomotive repair sites, and has 15 000 locomotives under maintenance.

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In South Africa, an estimated 3.4 million people are infected with hepatitis B (HBV) and at least 400 000 with hepatitis C (HCV). While no robust local data on viral hepatitis is available - hepatitis is of the biggest infectious disease killers in Africa surpassing HIV/AIDS and TB in some countries.

Gilead Sciences recent campaign to create more awareness around the disease sparked lively debate around hepatitis. Read more to see what the experts like, Dr. Andrew Scheibe has to say about this disease.

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Hepatitis B and C is now one of the biggest infectious disease killers in Africa surpassing HIV/AIDS and TB in some countries.

Gilead Sciences recently ran an innovative Pan-African awareness campaign for viral hepatitis, called Kick Virus B and C. One part of the campaign was inviting leading African experts to share their views on the disease.

Danjuma K. Adda, the Executive Director and Founder of Chagro-Care Trust, a non-profit organisation that helps hepatitis patients in Nigeria shared his perspective on how Nigerians can beat hepatitis by working together.

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In Ghana, an estimated 13% of the population has hepatitis B (HBV) and some 4-5% have hepatitis C (HCV). The problem is especially severe in rural areas due to a lack of awareness and access to healthcare.

This is why innovative awareness messages, like the recent hepatitis awareness campaign that Gilead Sciences ran called Kick Virus B and C, are so crucial.

One part of the campaign included having leading experts on hepatitis, like Theobald Owusu-Ansah, the President of the Hepatitis Foundation of Ghana and the Hepatitis Coalition of Ghana, shed some light on how their country is fighting the disease.

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Gilead Sciences, a global pharmaceutical company, ran an innovative Pan-African awareness campaign for viral hepatitis. The campaign, called Kick Virus B and C was linked to the Total African Cup of Nations that took place in Egypt from 21 June to 19 July 2019.

As part of the campaign, leading African experts shared their views on the disease. In Uganda, Kenneth Kabagambe, the Founding Executive Director of the National Organisation for People Living with Hepatitis B wrote an informative piece about hepatitis in Uganda.