RECENT NEWS

ROSL AND BCA ENGAGE VULNERABLE YOUTH IN BOTSWANA

In a new education project, the ROSL Golden Jubilee Trust (GJT) and the Business Council for Africa (BCA) will enable over 80 youngsters to experience Boitumelo Mo Nageng (Joy in the Wild), which engages with vulnerable youth in Botswana to unlock their potential. 

BCA’s ethos is “Investing in Africa’s next generation” and this mission fits in very well with ROSL’s own and the Mokolodi Joy in the Wild project. Read more here.

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ARNOLD EKPE APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF BCA

On 29th August David Lamb stepped down as Chairman of the Business Council for Africa, and Arnold Ekpe succeeded him as Chairman. David remains a BCA director and Senior Adviser to the company.
 
Arnold will work with the board to reposition and rebuild The Business Council for Africa having regard to its reputation arising from its 60 year history of operating in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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BCA AND INVEST AFRICA ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

In June 2017 Invest Africa (IA) and the Business Council for Africa (BCA) announced a strategic partnership and signalled to members the intention to merge their respective operations.

As of the 1st of May 2018, the two organisations operated as Invest Africa and adopted the well-known BCA logo. For the full article click here.

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FOUR ZAMBIAN STUDENTS RECEIVE BCA GRANTS

Report on Zambian Students who received grant assistance at tertiary level provided by the Business Council for Africa under the education grant scheme of The Zambia Society Trust.

Natasha Chisense, Aaron Machaliwa, Margaret Konkola and Elizabeth Phiri share their experiences and explain how the grant has changed their lives and where it will take them in the future. For the full article click here.

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