Amazon to open African headquarters in South Africa

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Amazon, a United States multinational technology company, has chosen South Africa as the headquarters for its African market.

This development comes a week after Twitter, US-based microblogging and social networking service announced the opening of its first-ever African office in Ghana.



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Similarly, the German government said a new German-West African Centre for Global Health and Pandemic Prevention will be located in Ghana.

Making Ghana 2 : Nigeria : 0.

BusinessTech reports that authorities of Cape Town, South Africa, confirmed that the headquarters will be located at River Club, a mixed-use development project in Cape Town that costs R4 billion (about $280 million).

That in total will make it Ghana: 2, South Africa: 1, Nigeria: 0.

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Amazon, a United States multinational technology company, has chosen South Africa as the headquarters for its African market.

This development comes a week after Twitter, US-based microblogging and social networking service announced the opening of its first-ever African office in Ghana.



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Similarly, the German government said a new German-West African Centre for Global Health and Pandemic Prevention will be located in Ghana.

Making Ghana 2 : Nigeria : 0.

BusinessTech reports that authorities of Cape Town, South Africa, confirmed that the headquarters will be located at River Club, a mixed-use development project in Cape Town that costs R4 billion (about $280 million).

That in total will make it Ghana: 2, South Africa: 1, Nigeria: 0.

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