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Resilient Zim firms rise to economic challenges

Mar 23 2017 18:30

Zimbabwean businesses have continued to hold their own in a tough operating environment, as shown by their results in the ongoing reporting season


Rand vs dollar for Zim: Why rand as main unit would be prudent

Mar 23 2017 07:08

It would be prudent for Zimbabwe to use the rand rather than the US dollar, says Kupukile Mlambo, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.


Mugabe lauds PPC's new $82m plant

Mar 16 2017 18:28

President Robert Mugabe says the commission of PPC's new $82m plant is proof indigenisation is not a hindrance to investment.


Zim swings back into inflation as tobacco sales open

Mar 15 2017 17:53

Zimbabwe has swung back into inflation zone as the 2017 tobacco marketing season opened at the country’s auction floors.


Zim 3.7% GDP growth 'unlikely' to be met - analysts

Mar 10 2017 12:07

Zimbabwe has revised its 2017 GDP growth rate to 3.7% from 1.7% on the back of an expected bumper maize harvest, but analysts say it is highly unlikely to be met.


Misinvoicing has devastating effect on African economies - academic

Mar 07 2017 19:51

African countries lose significant amounts of lost revenue and foreign exchange earnings due to trade misinvoicing, which have devastating implications for their economies.

Travel & Leisure

Africa Hotel Investment Forum returns to Rwanda

Mar 06 2017 14:12

The Africa Hotel Investment Forum - taking place alongside AviaDev Africa in Kigali, Rwanda - is set to attract more than 500 executives from 45 countries.


Solar-powered cinema opens in Burkina Faso

Feb 26 2017 12:48

A solar-powered cinema was unveiled in Burkina Faso ahead of the city's hosting of Africa's top film festival, even as movie theatres on the continent continue to disappear.


Egypt pound rebounds from flotation slide

Feb 20 2017 19:30

The Egyptian pound has strengthened against the US dollar, regaining ground after record lows which followed the central bank's decision to float the currency in November.



Ex-boss of Nigerian oil firm in $10m cash probe

Feb 19 2017 14:31

A former head of Nigeria's state-run oil company is under investigation after almost $10m in cash was found at a property he owns.


IMF expects Egypt inflation to ease after reform impact wears off

Feb 15 2017 17:52

The IMF expects Egypt’s inflation, which surged to almost 30% in January, to ease once the impact of measures including the floating of the currency wears off.

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