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In its first business-to-business showcase, 10 South African wine producers participated in the South Africa-Nigeria Week, held in Lagos in October 2012. The Nigerian wine market is valued at around US$300 million a year.

Pretoria - Building manufacturing capacity on the African continent will be on the agenda when Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies addresses the second Nigeria International Investment Forum in Lagos today.

(I-Net Bridge) - SA consumer goods group Tiger Brands has acquired a 63.35% shareholding in Dangote Flour Mills Plc in Nigeria for approximately R1.5 billion. The transaction is expected to be effected during the first week of October.

(The Guardian) - South African investors have shown keen interest to invest in Nigeria’s petroleum sector through the rehabilitation of some of the nation’s pipelines. A South African delegation unveiled their strategies to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), during a working visit to the corporation in late August.

Montgomery West Africa, organisers of PROPAK West Africa, are getting ready to welcome visitors to the Eko Convention Centre in Lagos, Nigeria as the show prepares to launch its inaugural event from 4-6 September 2012.

(Bizcommunity) - Leftfield, an independently owned full-service advertising agency based in Cape Town, South Africa, has been appointed as agency of record by FrieslandCampina WAMCO in Nigeria.

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