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Zim to receive funds as EU lifts sanctions

Oct 31 2014 08:34

The EU has lifted trade sanctions against Zimbabwe and will resume direct aid this weekend, when some sanctions imposed over alleged rights abuses expire.


Algeria signs oil deals

Oct 29 2014 19:45

Three consortiums of foreign firms have signed contracts for gas exploration in Algeria, in the first such deals since a deadly attack on a gas plant in the Sahara.


Danish visit to Zim shows Western thaw

Oct 29 2014 12:46

Danish Minister of Trade and Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen will visit Zimbabwe as relations between Zimbabwe and the West continue to thaw.


Huge swathes of land grabbed in Africa

Oct 29 2014 12:10

Over 55 million hectares of land in Africa have been "grabbed" since 2000 with more grabs in Africa than in the rest of the world combined, according to research.


British business puts out feelers in Zim

Oct 29 2014 07:53

An official British business delegation is visiting Zimbabwe for the first time in nearly 20 years, a move officials say might mark a thawing in relations.


Mugabe warns against fronting for foreign firms

Oct 28 2014 21:30

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says locals who front for foreign firms trying to dodge indigenisation laws will face decisive action.


African middle class on the rise

Oct 28 2014 18:16

More than one in three Africans have entered the middle class in the past decade, with numbers set to increase thanks to rapid economic growth, a study shows.


Woolworths positive about Namibian prospects

Oct 28 2014 14:22

In October Woolworths will open its ninth store in Namibia at The Grove in Windhoek.


Zim revenue down as economic woes deepen

Oct 28 2014 11:05

Zimbabwe has missed its revenue targets for the quarter ended September 30 as the country’s economic prospects continue to wane.


It's time for DRCongo investment: UN envoy

Oct 28 2014 10:50

The UN envoy to the Democratic Republic of Congo has called for a major injection of private investment to shore up peace.

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Egypt vows economic reforms

Oct 27 2014 19:20

From mega-projects to tax reforms, ministers have presented detailed initiatives to revive an economy battered by three years of upheaval and decades of neglect.

Travel & Leisure

Protea Hotels named African chain of the year

Oct 27 2014 16:26

Protea Hotels has been named African Hotel Chain of the Year 2014 at the 10th Akwaaba African Travel Market in Lagos, Nigeria.

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