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Namibia: Increased mining, lower inflation

Jan 30 2015 20:30

Namibia will see a 5.7% economic growth this year, low inflation and higher mining output coupled with foreign investment, a local investment group says.


Strong growth in Namibia's hospitality industry

Jan 30 2015 13:45

The hospitality industry of Namibia has experienced a record growth in room and bed occupancy last year, according to new statistics.


Mugabe: African Union kow-tows to West

Jan 30 2015 08:20

President Robert Mugabe believes African Union policies aim to please the West, and says he will make the body a global leader if he becomes its chairperson.


Mining and tourism pivotal to Zim economy

Jan 29 2015 20:26

Zimbabwe is to focus more on mining, tourism and agriculture to offset its economic decline as experts say recurrent spend is leaving infrastructure funding gaps.


Angola economy to slow as oil prices collapse

Jan 29 2015 14:30

Angola's oil-dependent economy is set to slow this year as a global crude price slump takes its toll on Africa's second-biggest producer.


SA tourists shun pricey Zim

Jan 29 2015 09:56

A top Zimbabwean hotel group has recorded a 17% drop in tourist arrivals from South Africa as rand weakness and a slowing economy take their toll.


Mugabe explains indigenisation policy

Jan 29 2015 09:15

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has told a visiting French delegation that his controversial indigenisation policy 'only relates to resource-based operations'.


Malawi to miss 2015 economic growth forecast

Jan 28 2015 12:30

Malawi will likely miss this year's 5.8% economic growth forecast after weeks of heavy rain killed scores of people and washed away the country's staple crop.


Surge in dollar-debt leaves African nations bare

Jan 28 2015 11:21

A surge in foreign debt issuance by African nations has left some fragile economies exposed to the risk of billions of dollars in foreign exchange related losses.


Zim aims for 69% rise in FDI

Jan 28 2015 09:56

Zimbabwe is targeting a lift in much-needed foreign direct investment on the back of policy measures introduced in the 2015 budget.


IMF warns Africa of headwinds from China, US

Jan 27 2015 20:30

IMF head Christine Lagarde has warned that African economies could be hurt by a slowdown in China's economy and an imminent hike in US interest rates.

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No mercy on Zim mining compliance

Jan 27 2015 14:09

ZImbabwe's insistence that the mining sector will not be exempt from the 49-51% compliance threshold is likely to create fresh uncertainty among foreign miners.


South Sudan finds hope in honey

Jan 26 2015 14:00

A harvest of honey from the equatorial forests of South Sudan will help its struggling poor and improve the nation's crop yields, say those involved.

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