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Macron's focus on Africa to have positive spin-offs for SA

May 13 2017 10:15

New French President Emmanuel Macron's openness to business and trade will have indirect spin-offs for South Africa, says the SA Institute for International Affairs.


SA growth likely to stay below SSA, the world

May 12 2017 18:34

SA’s economic growth is likely to remain below that of sub-Saharan Africa and the world, according to a macro economic report by Investec.


Zimbabwe gets loan for $1.7bn AFDB, World Bank arrears

May 10 2017 19:46

Zimbabwe has secured a syndicated loan that will enable it to clear $1.7bn of arrears with the World Bank and African Development Bank.


What Africa’s CEOs are most worried about

May 09 2017 17:22

Africa’s CEOs are generally more optimistic about the future prospects of their businesses, but they do worry about the impact of exchange rate volatility.


Sub-Saharan Africa's growth prospects still fragile - IMF

May 09 2017 16:41

Once-off factors are likely to drive a modest economic rebound in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the International Monetary Fund.


Wolfgang: Africa poses biggest geopolitical risk

May 05 2017 18:43

Africa – and not Brexit, or a new US presidency under Donald Trump – poses the biggest geopolitical risk, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang.


Sub-Saharan Africa 'left behind' in economic connectedness - report

May 05 2017 16:38

Sub-Saharan countries are among the least connected ones in the world with regional connectedness lagging other areas by a wide margin, according to the Visa Africa Integration Index.


Zim bank queues lead to 'staggering' productivity loss - survey

May 05 2017 14:43

Zimbabweans spend an average of 2.5 working hours per week in banking queues, a $40m loss in wages paid to employees who are not productive every month, according to a survey.


Foreign payments backlog has eased, says Zim central bank

May 04 2017 13:02

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe maintains the backlog in outbound payments for companies has been reduced, but executives say firms still face procurement hurdles.

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Zim suffers $185m foreign payment backlog

May 03 2017 17:32

Zimbabwe has a foreign payments backlog of approximately $185m, revealed the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.


Our leaders are not delivering, says Lindiwe Mazibuko

May 03 2017 18:16

The African continent is facing a leadership vacuum with a generation of leaders who could have implemented change, but hasn’t done so.

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