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Kryptoro Is on Its Way to Being the Most User-Friendly Crypto ...

With backing from tech giant Kagiso Interactive, Kryptoro is steps closer to bringing out the most user-friendly cryptocurrency exchange

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA / ACCESSWIRE / September 4, 2018 / Marvel Comics, EA Games, Disney, MTN, and Mahindra Kotak Bank – apart from being among the biggest and most successful companies in technology, these names form part of the client list of Kagiso Interactive, a South African software development firm that has regularly been voted as the Best Mobile Applications Development Company in Africa and the Middle East. The firm has also been recently touted as one of the leading companies globally to contribute in the space of AR and VR.

Aware of the recent explosion of cryptocurrencies across various fields, this giant of technological solutions ventures into the cryptocurrency sphere to create an innovative crypto exchange – that is, Kryptoro.

Behind Kryptoro Are AI Experts with Years of Experience in Cryptos

Besides producing multiple mobile applications and web platforms for banks, traders, retail customers, fast food outlets, and many other industries, the experts behind Kryptoro have been transacting in cryptocurrencies since 2012. It is without a doubt that they are cognizant of the issues experienced by a number of digital asset owners who transact with exchange platforms.

With backing from Kagiso Interactive, the Kryptoro team is now perfecting a crypto exchange that will take on a fine-looking user interface, a high level of scalability, and a thick layer of security. All these and other additional features are aimed at providing solutions to issues that have always turned off crypto exchange clients.

Using the wealth of knowledge, experience, and cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the Kryptoro team pushes the limits to establish a cryptocurrency exchange that will set itself apart from other exchanges in every sense of the word. Users can then expect a shift from the time-consuming manual info management to the advanced, efficient, and convenient ways of doing crypto transactions.

Some of the key differentiators the team aims to bring to Kryptoro are:

  • The ability to purchase cryptocurrencies using credit cards
  • An instant and simple fiat gateway
  • Multiple fiat-based pairs, beginning with ZAR with an interest to establish Dirham, Naira, and USD base currency pairs in the near future
  • Multiple cryptocurrencies (5/6 on launch)
  • Superior security infrastructure that takes the burden off the user
  • Live trading analysis and trading tools to assist your investment decisions
  • Variable analytics generated by our AI trading software

Kryptoro CEO Priven Reddy himself summarizes these features best by saying:

“Kryptoro will not only bring users the ability to transact in cryptocurrencies easily. It will also provide users all the resources they need to make sound investment decisions right there on the platform without hassle.”

Investors Gain Confidence with KTO as Kryptoro Roadmap Runs Smoothly

The Kryptoro (KTO) Token will play an integral part in the Kryptoro Exchange ecosystem. The token will function as the “gas” of the exchange used to power all value-related transactions, including but not limited to trading fees, token listing fees, value added services, and subscription services.

As KTO approaches the end of the ICO crowd sale in October, more investors now look to secure themselves a portion of the total 25,000,000 KTO (25% of the set KTO cap) open for purchase before Kryptoro Exchange goes live in October. When the platform is launched, the inclusion of the Bull Run feature and the Trading Analysis Tools will follow suit, particularly in November.

By December this year, Kryptoro will set up holding companies and accounts in Nigeria and Dubai where Naira and Dirham base pairs will be established. This will eventually be followed by the release of new fiat money and crypto pairs in January 2019.

With Kryptoro moving according to the company’s slated roadmap, investors are positive they will make the most out of the KTO tokens they bought. And as the launch of the exchange platform approaches, owners of digital assets can look forward to using a highly user-friendly crypto exchange like no other.

About Kryptoro:

Founded by the CEO of Kagiso Interactive Priven Reddy, Kryptoro is a cryptocurrency exchange that aims to give its end users an experience of simple, seamless, and secure cryptocurrency transactions. Using advanced AI resources, Kryptoro will provide not only staple crypto exchange services but also industry news, social media updates, and sentiment analysis for assets offered by the platform.

About Kryptoro Team:

The technology behind Kryptoro has been built and managed by a team of experts who have years of experience in providing tech solutions to clients across banking and finance, food service, arts, and many other sectors. Having been in the cryptocurrency sphere since 2012, the Kryptoro team works to eliminate from the equation the common issues faced by users when they transact with crypto exchanges.

For interviews or other media inquiries: media@coinpoint.net

For more information:
Website: https://kryptoro.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KryptoroExchange/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kryptoro_Exch

SOURCE: Kryptoro

Une chanson célébrant l’amitié entre l’Afrique et le Guangdong ...

GUANGZHOU, Chine, 4 septembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Le sommet du Forum sur la coopération entre la Chine et l’Afrique (FOCAC) se réunit à Beijing les 3 et 4 septembre. Cet événement symbolise un nouveau chapitre dans les relations sino-africaines. Tabou, une chanteuse sénégalaise vivant à Guangzhou, capitale de la province du Guangdong (sud de la Chine), a interprété la chanson « Un pour tous et tous pour un » pour célébrer, avant le sommet, l’amitié entre le Guangdong et l’Afrique.

La chanson, qui a été lancée le 31 août par Nanfang Media Group, l’un des principaux groupes de médias du sud de la Chine, a gagné une grande popularité. À 9 heures (heure de Beijing), le 2 septembre, le clip vidéo de la chanson avait déjà atteint un million de vues sur les sites Web et les applications de Nanfang Media Group, WeChat et Weibo, deux principales plateformes de médias sociaux chinois.

« J’ai essayé de mélanger la musique africaine avec la culture chinoise et cantonaise et de raconter l’expérience vécue dans la ville », a déclaré Feifei au journaliste. « Je pense que la Chine et l’Afrique ont besoin l’une de l’autre et que nous pouvons aussi nous aider mutuellement. C’est comme je le chante dans la chanson, ni la montagne ni la mer ne peuvent nous séparer. À travers les difficultés, nous nous battons, partageant un destin commun. »

La province du Guangdong, dans le sud de la Chine, stimulée par l’initiative « une ceinture, une route » (BRI), continue de favoriser les liens économiques et culturels avec l’Afrique. De nombreux « constructeurs de ponts », comme Tabou, se consacrent au partenariat du Guangdong et de l’Afrique.

Selon Wale Oloko, le consul général du Nigeria à Guangzhou, il existe 10 consulats généraux africains à Guangzhou, ce qui, à cet égard, est plus que les autres villes chinoises. Selon les chiffres publiés par le département du commerce de la province du Guangdong, en début 2017, les entreprises cantonaises ont créé 29 succursales en Afrique et le nombre est passé à 244 à la fin de l’année dernière.

Tracy Huo, vice-présidente de l’association d’affaires entre Guangdong et l’Afrique (Africa Guangdong Business Association, AGBA), est l’une de ces « constructrices de ponts » ayant lancé la première semaine économique et culturelle sino-africaine à Guangzhou en avril.

Selon Tracy, une priorité élevée devrait être accordée à la culture de talents interculturels. En conséquence, « l’AGBA a fondé une école commerciale en Afrique et conçu un programme de base axé sur la création d’une réserve de talents. »

Liens connexes :

[Bilingue] Des « constructeurs de ponts » élargissent les liens entre le Guangdong et l’Afrique http://www.newsgd.com/news/2018-09/01/content_183145087.htm

Experts : meilleurs services pour les Africains à Guangzhou pour promouvoir la coopération sino-africaine http://www.newsgd.com/news/2018-08/31/content_183140506.htm

CONTACT :
Keane
(8620) 83004341
newsguangdong@sina.com

Vidéo – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZ-BLMKvvj0

SANY Employs Globally to Facilitate its International Strategy

CHANGSHA, China, Sept. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — According to the 2018 World Top 50 Engineering Machinery Manufacturers released in International Construction by KHM, SANY ranks at No.8. Deeming international development as one of its most important strategies, SANY has been active to promote the localization strategy of its international business while giving sufficient emphasis on building local teams in overseas market.

Evident effect of international development

In 2017, SANY made 11.618 billion RMB of operating revenues, whose performance ratio stands at 30%, rising by 25% YOY. In the first half of 2018, SANY made 28.1 billion RMB of operating revenues, rising by 46.42% YOY and making net profits of 3.389 billion RMB, up by 192.09% YOY. The international business of SANY is increasing its proportion. Relying on the Belt & Road Initiative, SANY continues to get into partnership with countries along the route, do business in these countries and work hard to build the five localization systems: the powerful dealer system, the rich major client system, the proactive service parts system, excellent overseas HR system and well-developed financing risk control system.

In the future, SANY, relying on its international and digital strategies, will build itself into the world’s leading brand in the engineering machinery industry.

Push forward strategy of localized HR

As SANY sets its goal of international strategy, building the localized overseas HR system has become one of the most important missions of SANY at present, which has set up a localized, diverse and systematic overseas HR mechanism. Driving business growth with HR innovation, SANY brings premium engineering products and services to its global clients.

SANY has 5 overseas R&D bases, 10 overseas regions and more than 100 overseas dealers. Its business covers over 150 countries and regions in the world. As the international business expands rapidly, SANY is having large demands for talented HR. It gives great emphasis on introducing and cultivating talented HR, recruiting 60 marketing elites globally, attracting the best marketing staff with a broad career development platform and maximum one million USD annual remunerations, so as to realize the great mission of “quality changes the world”.

For more information, visit: sanyglobal.com   

For Media Enquiries:

Ms. Liao (Jojo)
+86-731-85251018

Photo – https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/738376/SANY_Global_Recruitment.jpg

Deputy Minister Buti Manamela visits National Student Financial Aid ...

Deputy Minister Buti Manamela will tomorrow 4 September visit the NSFAS offices to inspect the application process.

The visit will take place a day after the 2019 application process opened for prospective students who qualify for fee free higher education.

Deputy Minister Manamela will interact with students who will be at the centre to make applications.

Source: Government of South Africa

LISTEN: Thulani Hlatshwayo ahead of Libya clash

Bafana Bafana defender, Thulani Tyson Hlatshwayo took time out of the hectic national team training schedule to talk to the media and give an update about the team’s camp.

Bafana Bafana takes on Libya on Saturday, 8 September at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban at 15h00. Tickets are on sale for as little a R60.

Source: South African Football Association

New licence online booking system gets thumbs up

Reports from the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) show a positive response to the new online booking system to obtain driver’s licences at the Centurion licensing station.

A total of 663 out of 3 128 persons have pre-booked on the system, which shows a 21 percent uptake over three days since the system went live, said Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi.

The Department of Transport and its agency, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC), recently launched the NaTIS Online Booking Services at the Centurion Licensing Station in Pretoria.

Developed by the RMTC, the system will see motorists making pre-bookings online for the renewal of their driver’s licences and learner licences. For now, the service will only be available to Gauteng drivers.

The new online booking system has several advantages for the residents of Gauteng. It reduces the waiting times at the Driving Licence Testing Centres (DLTCs). We know that currently people wait between four to six hours, if not more, to get through the process of applying for a learners or drivers’ licence, or to renew their driving licences, the MEC said.

On Tuesday, Vadi Tabled the Annual Reports of the Department of Roads and Transport in the Gauteng Legislature.

He said the online booking system allows for personal flexibility, choice and convenience.

An applicant can choose an appropriate date, time and place for conducting the various testing functions. Additionally the online service will reduce the possibility for corrupt practices.

The interesting fact is that we have had high interest in the online booking system from areas such as Kliptown, Temba and Mabopane. I have no doubt that this technological solution will have a very positive impact on reducing waiting times at the DLTCs, the MEC said.

According to the Infrastructure Report by the South African Institute of Civil Engineering (SAICE) for 2017, the Gauteng’s provincial road network has improved.

It is gratifying that 71% of Gauteng’s paved network has been rated in the ‘fair’ to ‘very good’ categories. This shows that the proactive approach of the department’s construction and maintenance units is yielding positive results, he said.

Source: South African Government News Agency

Deputy Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu kick-starts 9-9-9 campaign ...

No amount of alcohol is safe during pregnancy, says Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu at 9-9-9 campaign in Phuthaditjhaba, Free State Province

This is the key message emphasised by the Deputy Minister of Social Development, Ms Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu as she kick-started the 9-9-9 campaign in Phuthaditjhaba with a nine-minute symbolic activation of the Memeza personal alarm.

Each year, on the ninth day of the ninth month (September), people in South Africa and across the globe mark the International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Day. The ninth month was chosen to represent the nine months of pregnancy.

The community dialogue held in Phuthaditjhaba is part of the nine awareness campaigns that the Deputy Minister will conduct in nine provinces as build-up activities to the International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Day on 9 September.

The campaign seeks to educate and create greater public awareness about FASD, a range of disabilities caused by drinking during pregnancy, of which Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is the most severe. Children with this condition are born with characteristic of physical and mental defects, including short stature, and small head and brain. Children with FASD are particularly disadvantaged as they experience learning disabilities, including when they enter Early Childhood Development (ECD).

FASD is a life time disability that does not have a cure. Through this campaign we are committed to spreading a message about the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant. Our greatest challenge is that we are seeing an increase in the number of children with foetal alcohol spectrum disorders across the country, said Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu.

The campaign is also part of the implementation of the National Drug Master Plan, which calls for the implementation of innovative prevention programmes to achieve the vision of a society free of drug abuse. Currently, the Central Drug Authority (CDA) is in the process of drafting a 5-year National Drug Master Plan (2018-2022) in terms of the Prevention and Treatment for Substance Abuse Act 2008.

The latest global statistics on FASD is a serious cause for concern for South Africa. Out of 187 countries, a global study found that South Africa has the highest prevalence rate of FASD, at 111 per 1,000 people. Despite this concern, a situational and gap analysis study commissioned by UNICEF found that there was limited public awareness amongst professionals and the general public about FASD, making it difficult for early identification and provision of appropriate intervention services for children and persons with FASD.

Phuthaditjhaba has been identified as one of the high risk areas for FASD due to a high concentration of illegal liquor outlets in the area, a factor that local residents blame for the recent surge in underage drinking and teenage pregnancy.

The residents pleaded with the Deputy Minister and the local municipality to intensify life skills and recreational activities to empower young people as alcohol abuse is rife in Phuthaditjhaba.

There is an area in Phuthaditjhaba called Five Star and that is where our children are sadly drowning their future in alcohol. The owners of this place do not have any regard for the law as they sell liquor to underage children, including children in school uniform, said a local pastor who pleaded for the Deputy Minister’s intervention.

The Deputy Minister emphasised the importance of family and community support to pregnant women.

Pregnant women may be using alcohol to cope with life difficulties such as partner violence, depression or poverty. Some may not even be aware that they are pregnant while others underestimate the extent of the damage alcohol, no matter the amount can cause to the foetus. Pregnant women need all the support they can get from their families and communities to ensure a healthy pregnancy, added Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu.

Source: Government of South Africa

Deputy Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu kick-starts 9-9-9 campaign ...

No amount of alcohol is safe during pregnancy, says Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu at 9-9-9 campaign in Phuthaditjhaba, Free State Province

This is the key message emphasised by the Deputy Minister of Social Development, Ms Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu as she kick-started the 9-9-9 campaign in Phuthaditjhaba with a nine-minute symbolic activation of the Memeza personal alarm.

Each year, on the ninth day of the ninth month (September), people in South Africa and across the globe mark the International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Day. The ninth month was chosen to represent the nine months of pregnancy.

The community dialogue held in Phuthaditjhaba is part of the nine awareness campaigns that the Deputy Minister will conduct in nine provinces as build-up activities to the International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Day on 9 September.

The campaign seeks to educate and create greater public awareness about FASD, a range of disabilities caused by drinking during pregnancy, of which Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is the most severe. Children with this condition are born with characteristic of physical and mental defects, including short stature, and small head and brain. Children with FASD are particularly disadvantaged as they experience learning disabilities, including when they enter Early Childhood Development (ECD).

FASD is a life time disability that does not have a cure. Through this campaign we are committed to spreading a message about the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant. Our greatest challenge is that we are seeing an increase in the number of children with foetal alcohol spectrum disorders across the country, said Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu.

The campaign is also part of the implementation of the National Drug Master Plan, which calls for the implementation of innovative prevention programmes to achieve the vision of a society free of drug abuse. Currently, the Central Drug Authority (CDA) is in the process of drafting a 5-year National Drug Master Plan (2018-2022) in terms of the Prevention and Treatment for Substance Abuse Act 2008.

The latest global statistics on FASD is a serious cause for concern for South Africa. Out of 187 countries, a global study found that South Africa has the highest prevalence rate of FASD, at 111 per 1,000 people. Despite this concern, a situational and gap analysis study commissioned by UNICEF found that there was limited public awareness amongst professionals and the general public about FASD, making it difficult for early identification and provision of appropriate intervention services for children and persons with FASD.

Phuthaditjhaba has been identified as one of the high risk areas for FASD due to a high concentration of illegal liquor outlets in the area, a factor that local residents blame for the recent surge in underage drinking and teenage pregnancy.

The residents pleaded with the Deputy Minister and the local municipality to intensify life skills and recreational activities to empower young people as alcohol abuse is rife in Phuthaditjhaba.

There is an area in Phuthaditjhaba called Five Star and that is where our children are sadly drowning their future in alcohol. The owners of this place do not have any regard for the law as they sell liquor to underage children, including children in school uniform, said a local pastor who pleaded for the Deputy Minister’s intervention.

The Deputy Minister emphasised the importance of family and community support to pregnant women.

Pregnant women may be using alcohol to cope with life difficulties such as partner violence, depression or poverty. Some may not even be aware that they are pregnant while others underestimate the extent of the damage alcohol, no matter the amount can cause to the foetus. Pregnant women need all the support they can get from their families and communities to ensure a healthy pregnancy, added Deputy Minister Bogopane-Zulu.

Source: Government of South Africa