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Kasapreko Wins Outstanding Alcoholic Beverage Company At WABEA

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Kasapreko Company Limited (KCL), leading indigenous beverage manufacturing entity in Ghana, has been adjudged the Outstanding Alcoholic Beverage Company of the Year at the 2nd edition of West Africa Business Excellence Awards (WABEA).

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The awards event held in Accra over the weekend saw Kasapreko beat competition from other giants in the alcoholic beverage manufacturing category in the sub-region.

The West Africa Business Excellence Awards (WABEA) provides a platform to recognize individuals and companies that play a significant role in the development of various sectors in the West Africa region to attract investors into West Africa.

The Managing Director, Kasapreko Company Limited, Richard Adjei, commenting on the awards, expressed his gratitude to WABEA for recognizing the great work that has been done over the years as a company to promote business growth and expand the economy.

“We at Kasapreko, this award stands as another landmark and a testimony that we are doing something right. It also serves as a motivation for us to do more as people are looking up to us to succeed so that they can also expand their business,” he said.

KCL, the only indigenous beverage manufacturing company with ISO Certification and a member of Ghana Club 100, has won several awards both locally and internationally, including being awarded recently by Ghana revenue Authority (GRA) as the Largest Tax Payer of the Year.

Other recent awards include; “Young Manufacturer of the Year 2018” to Mr. Richard Adjei, CEO of KCL, and “Export Manufacturing Company of the Year” at Ghana Manufacturing Awards.

Mr. Gerald Bonsu, Commercial Director of Kasapreko, speaking to the media after the awards indicated that the company is very grateful for such an award and it is not for Kasapreko but for Ghana as well.
“I thank management and staff of Kasapreko Company limited for the hard work set in place to be recognized not only in Ghana but beyond,” he added.

The flagship brand product of KCL, Alomo Bitters is in its 20th anniversary. Alomo Bitters is scientifically proven herbal alcoholic drink that has met all International standards and is selling in many countries across the globe.

KCL’s mission is to be a multinational company creating lasting value for stakeholders by producing diversified alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages from herbal and other traditional blends using first class technology.

Kasapreko is a total beverage company, having on its product line different products such as; mineral water, wine, cider, liquor and whiskey.

The One District One Factory (1D1F) initiative by government has recently adopted Kasapreko’s new US$20 million factory expansion project in Kumasi to create jobs and help improve living standard of people.

Kasapreko’s products are currently selling in several African countries including, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Cameroon and Liberia. KCL has also been certified by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), of New York to sell their products in malls and shopping centre all over America and on flights as well.

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Huawei Unleashes “P40 Pro” Model With Nasty C And SA Biggest Celebs

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JOBURG – Friday, May 29, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Huawei welcomed its new HUAWEI P40 series ambassadors to the Huawei family. These include rapper Nasty C, TV personality Thando Thabethe, actor and entrepreneur Nay Maps, former Miss South Africa Tamryn Green as well as fashion designer David Tlale. They joined forces with Huawei, handing out over R500 000 worth of prizes to viewers, including P40 devices and shopping vouchers.

Huawei on Friday unleashed its HUAWEI P40 series to South Africa through a live streaming event hosted by TV host and actress Minnie Dlamini.

The HUAWEI P40 Series is a comprehensive upgrade from the previous generation and is equipped with Huawei’s most sophisticated camera system to date, capable of producing breath-taking imagery with a lightweight chassis.

One of the impressive features is the Ultra Vision Leica Quad Camera. The camera works as a highly unified system, making users shoot captivating pictures at any time of day or night, whether the subject is up close or at a distance.

It also has 45% better colour precision and is capable of accurate analysis and segmentation of environments and people. With pixel level enhancement, it restores the original look with great lighting, natural colour and sharp details

“These devices are testament to the fact that Huawei is unafraid to break the rules and to exceed expectations, and it does all of that in style,” said Huawei in a statement on Friday. 

The Huawei P40 Pro is priced at R20 999 and the HUAWEI P40 retails at just R16 999. They are available from 1 June from all mobile operators and www.huaweistore.co.za

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Seasoned Professionals To Discuss The ‘The Future Of Work’ At The Virtual MTN Business World Executive Breakfast Meeting On Thursday May 28.

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GREATER ACCRA, GHANA, May 27th, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ Seasoned professionals in corporate Ghana will converge on the MTN Business World Breakfast Meeting platform to discuss the theme “The Future of Work is here-Preparing the Work Place for new Talent Needs”.

Estelle Akofio Sowah, West Africa Regional Manager, CSquared, Julian Opuni, CEO Fidelity Bank, Ghana, Ehi Benitie Co-Founder Rancard and CEO of Clear Space Labs and Franklin Asare, Country Director Oracle Ghana will share insights on how emerging trends in the global economy and how technologies could remodel the way we work. They will also discuss how we can find the right balance between humans and technology, ways to improve employee experience and more importantly explore the unique opportunities embedded in the Future of Work.

The panel will also share insights on how technological advancement such as the use of artificial Intelligence and robotics could impact talent acquisition vis a vis the strong believe that it will create an opportunity for businesses to develop new models for labour.

The MTN Business Breakfast Meeting which has been digitalised will stream live on MTN Ghana’s Facebook page from 9:00am on Thursday 28th May 2020.

Commenting on the theme: the Chief Marketing Officer for MTN Ghana, Mr. Noel Kojo-Ganson, expressed his excitement about the opportunity being created with this online meeting which will allow more people to participate and make contributions to the discussion. He lauded the theme indicating that it was very timely and relevant to today’s workforce and those who are preparing for opportunities ahead. He urged all persons who are interested in knowing about the ‘Future of Work’ to join the Breakfast session via MTN’s Facebook page to gain valuable insights especially in this period where COV!D -19 is redefining the way people live and work.

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Def Jam Taps Into “Hip-hop, Afrobeats and Trap Talent In Africa As It Launches In South Africa and Nigeria

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LAGOS STATE – Tuesday, May 26, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – A little more than a half a year after launching Def Jam South East Asia, Universal Music Group today announced Def Jam Africa, a new division based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Lagos, Nigeria, that will focus on “hip-hop, Afrobeats and trap talent in Africa and report to Universal Music Sub-Saharan Africa & South Africa Managing Director Sipho Dlamini.

Over the past few years, the major labels have invested more aggressively in Africa – both to market streaming services and, especially, to sign talent — and Universal now has offices in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, the Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Senegal, and Morocco. Until recently, however, the company’s ventures there haven’t had as much freedom to shape their brand identities as their U.S. counterparts.

Def Jam Africa launches with a roster that includes some of the most successful African talent including Nigeria’s Larry Gaaga and Vector alongside South Africa’s Boity, Cassper Nyovest, Nadia Nakai, Nasty C, Tshego, Tellaman and Ricky Tyler. A majority of who were already signed to UMG. This roster will be supported by dedicated A&R, marketing, creative and digital teams from the UMG teams in both Nigeria and South Africa.

Def Jam Recordings interim chairman & CEO Jeff Harleston said in Universal’s announcement that, taking Def Jam to Africa and other markets could give Universal additional leverage at a time when the major labels are competing more with indies to sign emerging hip-hop acts, adding that, Def Jam is a globally recognized brand, synonymous with excellence in hip-hop. Fittingly, the new division’s logo combines the image of a tonearm Def Jam uses on its vinyl releases with a map of Africa.

Dlamini shared in a press release that the aim for Def Jam Africa is to become the authentic and trusted home of hip-hop and urban culture in Africa. “Def Jam Recordings has always historically pushed the boundaries of the genre,” he said, “and we are excited to create a new community of artists within the continent, shaped around the unique and multi-cultural sounds, rhythms and productions coming from our streets, in order to help elevate hip-hop, afrobeat and trap music from Africa, to reach new global audiences within the continent, across the diaspora and beyond.”

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The Crazy Things People Are Betting On In The Absence Of Live Sports

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TOPLINE With most live sports suspended during the coronavirus pandemic, online gamblers have turned to different contests like Russian table tennis and Korean baseball, while also betting on everything from video games and reality television shows to political news and even the weather.

KEY FACTS

  • “[English] darts and esports have had big increases in betting volumes, along with football [soccer] leagues that have kept playing like the Belarusian Premier League,” says Pascal Lemesre, a spokesman for U.K. betting exchange platform Smarkets. “Horse racing remains our most-traded sport and has made up two-thirds of volume since the lockdown began.”
  • Many betting companies, like DraftKings, had to really dig and get creative with new offerings during the pandemic, says Johnny Avello, head of sportsbook for DraftKings. “We went out and found whatever we could… we wanted to keep our customers engaged.”
  • A charity golf match with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickleson and Tom Brady, for example, has drawn massive interest and could surpass the betting volumes DraftKings saw in last year’s major golf tournaments.
  • Betting on esports has also seen a huge uptick and has really “made its mark,” he says: Virtual NASCAR races proved to be immensely popular, along with daily fantasy for video games like League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. 
  • There has also been a lot of interest in betting on politics, including who will win the 2020 U.S. presidential election, who Democratic nominee Joe Biden will choose as his vice president and how long UK prime minister Boris Johnson will stay in office. 
  • According to data from Smarkets, almost $2 million has already been traded on the election, with Donald Trump retaining a 5% lead over Joe Biden; Kamala Harris is frontrunner to be Biden’s VP, slightly ahead of Amy Klobuchar.
  • Since the Democratic debate between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders in mid-March, DraftKings has offered free-to-play betting pools around many political events, along with reality television shows like Survivor and Top Chef, and even the weather in certain states.

SURPRISING FACT

Bettors have certainly shown interest in gambling on the outcomes of their favorite TV shows: According to data from BetOnline, there was even a flurry of betting on the final episode of The Last Dance, with odds on things like whether Michael Jordan would cry while being interviewed or how many people would be shown with a cigar in their mouth.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Sportsbooks are seeing huge pent-up demand as some major sports like NASCAR and German Bundesliga soccer start to resume. Soccer, which normally makes up 45% of the Smarkets’ betting volume, fell to 23%, maintained largely by interest in the Belarusian Premier League and Nicaraguan soccer, both of which continued to play games amid the pandemic. With the German Bundesliga resuming last weekend, betting volumes increased 428% compared to the previous round of fixtures before coronavirus, according to Smarkets.

CRUCIAL QUOTE

“When you don’t have all the normal content, customers will migrate,” Avello says. “That’s the positive that’s going to come out of this—we’re always looking for additional content.” 

KEY BACKGROUND

DraftKings reported record betting during the NFL Draft last month—13x the volume from last year—and has also seen strong interest in the recent return of Ultimate Fighting Championship events, the company said. “We got good action on the stuff we did, but now that we’re starting to get back to core events, demand should rise even higher,” Avello predicts. If the NBA and NHL start playoff seasons this summer and the MLB returns, for instance, “it could be one of the bigger summers that we’ve ever had.”

Sergei Klebnikov, Forbes Staff, Markets

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