‘Sustained policies, funding to boost contribution of mining to GDP’
Stakeholders in the mining sector, primarily from the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Nigeria yesterday in Abuja, said the nation will witness significant increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) if efforts being made to address challenges in the mining sector are sustained.
PwC trains journalists on capability enhancement
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Nigeria has reaffirmed its commitment to the development of capability enhancement in journalists across the country.
PwC grosses $41b, recruits 27,016
PWC firms across the globe posted a gross revenue of $41.3 billion for the year ended June 30, 2018. During the period, they recruited 27,016 graduates.A breakdown shows that 64,776 people joined the firms globally, including 27,016 graduates and 32,924 professionals.
Stakeholders urge taxation review
Industry operators have called on the government to support the sector’s growth and development by collaborating with stakeholders...
NFF ready for EFCC investigation, says board
The leadership of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) headed by Amaju Pinnick yesterday said it was ready to face the Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) investigations...
PwC warns against rising BEC as ransomware menace hits 2370%
Price waterhouse Coopers (PwC) has alerted organisations and individuals to the rising Business Email Compromise (BEC), which is majorly impersonation of executives. BEC, it explained, aimed to get an employee, customer, or vendor to transfer funds or sensitive information to the phisher. Phisher is someone who tries to obtain financial or other confidential information from…
Grandmaster lauds PwC Chess4Change’s initiative
Chess Grandmaster Nigel Short has applauded PwC Nigeria for supporting the growth of chess in Nigeria especially by promoting the adoption of the sports among young people through her Chess4Change programme. The British former world champion who is visiting Nigeria made this remark during a courtesy visit to the leading professional services firm in Lagos.…
PwC predicts 12.1 percent growth for media in five years
According to the latest report by global accounting firm, Price Water Copper (PWC), Nigeria would be the world’s fastest-growing Entertainment and Media (E&M) market over the coming five years with a 12.1 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), while the slowest-growing will be Japan, put at 1.7 per cent CAGR.
Solid minerals: Still a long way to unearthing nature’s endowment
Organised mining of solid minerals in the country began in 1903 after the British colonial government created the Mineral Survey of the Northern Protectorates. But despite over one century of mining activities...