The booing will continue as long as the ANC hoodwinks the people, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Cutting red tape lies at the heart of the Bali trade deal, says Geoffrey Chapman.
A leading economist says several leading economies in sub-Saharan Africa can become middle-income countries if they sustain rapid growth.
Five East African countries have launched an integrated real-time cross-border payments system designed to remove bottlenecks.
The European Union has approved a fisheries agreement with Morocco, after rejecting an earlier proposal because of concerns control over the disputed Western Sahara.
Libya has lost more than $7bn and faces new competition from Algeria and Nigeria in oil markets due to strikes at oilfields and ports drying up exports.
DA supporters have asked the public to vote against the ANC government under President Jacob Zuma in the 2014 elections to protest against e-tolling.
Egypt has promised to pay $1.5bn of the $6bn it says it owes foreign oil firms, hoping the announcement will revive confidence in the battered economy.
Kenya has started work on a $653m expansion of the Nairobi's main airport, with the aim to boost trade and cement its status as a regional commercial hub.
Zimbabwe has boosted its mandatory cheap petrol blend to levels of 15% ethanol and 85% unleaded petrol known as E15, after introducing E10 two months ago.
A report by a London research firms predicts that the telecoms market in sub-Saharan Africa will grow faster than any other region worldwide.
The Ethiopian electric power corporation has approved a solar project in partnership with two American firms.
Zimbabwe is willing to let foreign-owned platinum mining firms own majority shares in their local operations if they build a refinery in the country, the mines minister says.
Fin24 has strongly denied plagiarism charges laid by Moneyweb.
A Fin24 user tells how he helped out at functions at Mandela's Qunu home.
A Fin24 user about to be married wants to make sure she's covered for medical issues.
A Fin24 user is keen to introduce SA to flat-pack solar-powered modular housing.
Toll fees in context with your daily finances - and the rest of the world.
A user wants to know if it is better to register a property in his own name or in a trust.
A property developer shares the secret to having a 'Top Billing' home.
Get the most out of your vehicle investment with these three steps.
Investors are stepping up the hunt for hundreds of billions of dollars worth of oil
beneath a deep submerged salt crust off West Africa's shore.
Zambia's central bank says it left its benchmark lending rate unchanged at 9.75% for the sixth straight time.
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