Intelligent solutions for Africa
We’ve been empowering Africa’s success by providing government, financial, academic and business solutions, that have helped move from aid-based economies to self-sustaining, knowledge-based economies for almost 150 years. With offices in 7 African countries, employing nearly 300 people, we service clients in more than 25 countries on the continent.
Critical financial analysis, enabling transactions and connecting trade, investment, financial, and corporate professionals across Africa
Thomson Reuters financial and corporate governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions, for the ever-changing regulatory environment.
African innovation is the focus for Thomson Reuters intellectual property and science (IP&S) division, driven by sustainable industrial development.
Thomson Reuters offers legal products to meet these challenges of law and political reform, judicial evolution and advanced legal research in Africa.
Reuters is one of the world’s largest international multimedia news providers, delivering news for and about Africa
The ONESOURCE suite of solutions from Thomson Reuters helps you manage tax and accounting compliance and reporting needs
Intellectual Property & Science is now known as Clarivate Analytics and is no longer part of Thomson Reuters.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the launch of the Org ID™ managed service solution for Know Your Customer (KYC) due diligence in South Africa, together with design partners Absa, Rand Merchant Bank (a subsidiary of FirstRand Bank) and Standard Bank of South Africa.
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Thomson Reuters business and corporate solutions connect you to the people, information, technology and markets you need to drive confident, informed decisions
A powerful suite of government solutions from Thomson Reuters, to help streamline workflow, improve efficiency, and help shape government policy.
Thomson Reuters solutions for both law firms and accounting firms
Empower your university with education and development insight from Thomson Reuters, to foster learning and facilitate research.