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The worst is over for Zim, says Chinamasa

Nov 21 2014 19:33

Zimbabwean Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has assured investors in South Africa that the economy is on the mend.


Nigeria must adjust to oil prices - minister

Nov 21 2014 19:07

Nigeria will have to adjust to oil prices heading lower for some time to come, Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala says.


Tanzania arabica coffee prices surge

Nov 21 2014 17:40

Average arabica coffee prices in Tanzania, Africa's No. 4 producer, have increased on tight supply, says the regulator Tanzania Coffee Board.


Zim 'a giant waking up'

Nov 21 2014 12:08

Zimbabwe is not a basket case and has investment potential for South Africa with a diversity of resources, says its Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa.


Nigeria to endure oil price shock - minister

Nov 21 2014 09:26

Nigeria will have to adjust to oil prices heading lower for some time to come, says Finance Minister Ngozi Okonja-Iweala, on the 2015 economic growth outlook.


Zim ministers in SA for economic road show

Nov 20 2014 15:26

Zimbabwean ministers will participate in the Zimbabwe Trade and Investment Executive Breakfast Meeting in Johannesburg to promote investment opportunities.


Zuma tells Botswana, SA to join hands on tourism

Nov 20 2014 13:31

Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects that can change the livelihoods of citizens in both two countries, says president Jacob Zuma.


China, Nigeria sign $12bn railway deal

Nov 20 2014 10:30

A state-owned Chinese company has signed a $12bn agreement to build a railway along Nigeria's coast that it billed as China's single largest overseas contract.


Beleaguered Zim's imports from SA worth $2bn

Nov 20 2014 10:25

Zimbabwe has imported goods worth $2.26bn from SA for the 10 months to end-October, some of them embarrassing for a country once touted as Africa's bread basket.


Africa to get new trade bloc in December

Nov 19 2014 19:45

Three African economic blocs will merge into a new 27-nation free-trade zone under an agreement to be signed in Cairo, Egypt's industry and trade minister says.

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Fear of Boko Haram wrecks tourist business

Nov 19 2014 13:06

Tourists once flocked to Cameroon for its wildlife and spectacular scenery, but raids by the Nigerian extremists of Boko Haram all but halted such visits.


Nigeria seeks $2bn oil account for projects

Nov 19 2014 12:39

Nigeria's 36 states have requested to withdraw $2bn from the country's $4.11bn oil savings account to complete projects and provide security ahead of 2015 polls.

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