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15.02.19 - 17:06
Nigeria: Why Poor Economic Performance Is Front and Centre of Polls (AllAfrica)
 
[The Conversation Africa] On February 16, more than 84m eligible voters in Nigeria go to the polls to elect the next president of the country and members of the national assembly. There are nearly 80 candidates competing for the country's top job bu...
15.02.19 - 16:12
Zimbabwe: Mineral Exploration Targets U.S.$12 Billion Per Annum Revenue (AllAfrica)
 
[263Chat] Zimbabwe's hopes of raising mineral contribution to the economy from the current $2,4 billion to $12 billion per annum by 2023 has received a major boost following the coming on board of a Canadian based Polaris Seismic International Limit...
15.02.19 - 16:12
Africa: Diasporas to the Rescue for Investment? (AllAfrica)
 
[The Conversation Africa] In times of conflict, many economies flounder. Investors and the private sector tend to be averse to risk, and will avoid putting money into countries where peace and security are not guaranteed....
15.02.19 - 16:06
Zimbabwe: Adopt Drones for Agriculture, China Urges Zimbabwe (AllAfrica)
 
[263Chat] China has urged Zimbabwe to adopt use of drones in the agriculture sector to bring more efficiency and maximum productivity....
15.02.19 - 16:06
Africa: How Illegal Trade Is Wiping Out the African Grey Parrot (AllAfrica)
 
[East African] When A flock of African Grey Parrots flew overhead in Kakamega Rain forest in western Kenya, we were elated....
15.02.19 - 15:48
Namibia: NAC to Name New CEO in Two Weeks (AllAfrica)
 
[Namibian] CHAIRPERSON of the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) board, Leake Hangala, says the board is hoping to appoint a new chief executive by the end of this month....
15.02.19 - 15:42
Namibia: ′Stay in Your Lane′ - Outgoing NWR Boss Warns (AllAfrica)
 
[Namibian] OUTGOING Namibia Wildlife Resorts managing director Zelna Hengari this month told workers to stay in their lanes, warning some that their time was up....
15.02.19 - 12:18
Zimbabwe: KFC Spreads U.S.$150 Million Wings in Agriculture Sector (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] South African giant Chicken Bird Holdings (CBH), the owners of fast-food Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) franchise in the country, have committed to invest US$150 million in Zimbabwe's agricultural sector. This will create 1 500 direct job...
15.02.19 - 12:12
Zimbabwe: New Stadium On Cards (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] HARARE City Council have revealed plans to build a multi-million dollar state-of-the-art stadium in the south western part of the city....
15.02.19 - 12:06
Zimbabwe: Fertiliser Manufacturers Struggle to Meet Local Demand (AllAfrica)
 
[New Zimbabwe] LOCAL fertiliser manufacturers say production capacity has dwindled as foreign currency shortages continue to choke the sector....
15.02.19 - 12:01
Zimbabwe: Ncube, Mangudya Policy Tussle On Monetary Policy Statement (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] Policy efficacy doubts - both fiscal and monetary - in supporting a liberalised foreign currency market, effectively discarding the 1:1 US dollar-bond note/RTGS dollar peg, have arguably been the main reason behind the undue de...
15.02.19 - 11:30
Zimbabwe: City Vendors Bear Brunt of Govt′s Heavy-Handedness (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] What began as an ordinary day suddenly turned into a nightmare for tuckshop owner Farai Simango (38) at Zengeza 3 shopping centre in the dormitory town of Chitungwiza....
15.02.19 - 11:24
Nigeria: Unilever, Dangote Cement, Others Trigger Stock Market Rebound (AllAfrica)
 
[Guardian] Renewed bargain-hunting on some blue-chip companies, especially Unilever and Dangote cement, aided transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), causing market capitalisation to increase by N14 billion....
15.02.19 - 11:12
Zimbabwe: Investors Pile Into Big Caps (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] Investors are carefully rebalancing their equities portfolio to include big caps as Zimbabwe's economic and inflation outlook worsens....
15.02.19 - 10:54
Zimbabwe: Second Republic - Case of Different Faces Same Script (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his cohorts in government have failed to sustain the façade that they are a new dispensation or the so-called Second Republic....
15.02.19 - 10:54
South Africa: Banks That Manipulate the Rand - Are Millions in Fines a Deterrent? (AllAfrica)
 
[allAfrica] British multinational banking and financial services company, Standard Chartered has pleaded guilty to manipulating currencies, including the rand, between 2007 and 2013, South Africa's Competition Commission has said in a statement....
15.02.19 - 10:36
South Africa: 6 Fishermen Die in Durban Boat Blaze (AllAfrica)
 
[News24Wire] Six fishermen have died and three more were injured following a fire on board a fishing vessel in Durban Harbour near Belfast Road in the Bayhead area in KwaZulu-Natal....
15.02.19 - 09:36
Rwanda: Rwanda Gets U.S$11 Million Design Lab (AllAfrica)
 
[New Times] Co-Creation Hub (CcHub), a Nigerian innovation centre, yesterday unveiled its first African 'Design Lab' in Kigali as part of its expansion strategy....
15.02.19 - 09:18
Zimbabwe: Africa Money to Bankroll U.S.$3 Billion Russian Deal (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] A U.S.$3 billion platinum deal between Zimbabwe and Russia is now mired in controversy after it emerged this week that the funding for the project will come from African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) institutions and African...
15.02.19 - 09:12
Somalia: Trade Project Builds Economy, Leaders Seek More (AllAfrica)
 
[VOA] As a yearlong project aimed at helping Somaliland develop its trade relationship with Ethiopia winds down, top leaders hope more assistance will bolster the country's economy and strengthen its standing in the Horn of Africa, a region that exp...
15.02.19 - 08:48
South Africa: Govt Pesters South Africa for Lines of Credit (AllAfrica)
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] Zimbabwe's government continues to explore avenues of attracting lines of credit from neighbouring South Africa after the continent's most prosperous nation rebuffed an earlier request by Harare for a R16 billion (US$1,129 bi...
15.02.19 - 08:24
Uganda: Gordian Kyomukama Appointed MTN Uganda Acting CEO (AllAfrica)
 
[Monitor] MTN Uganda's Chief Technical Officer, Mr Gordian Kyomukama has been appointed as the acting chief executive officer following the deportation of Mr Wim Vanhelleputte....
15.02.19 - 08:18
Kenya: Insurer Now Drops 25 Vehicle Brands Over Spare Part Prices (AllAfrica)
 
[Nation] Occidental Insurance Company has written to its agents and brokers to cease covering 25 vehicle makes and models citing rare and expensive spare parts....
15.02.19 - 08:12
Nigeria: ′91 Million Nigerians Now Living in Extreme Poverty′ (AllAfrica)
 
[Vanguard] Over 91 million Nigerians are now living in extreme poverty, according to the report of World Poverty Clock, a Vienna, Austria-based data lab....
15.02.19 - 08:12
Kenya: Kenya′s Top 10 Richest Counties (AllAfrica)
 
[Nation] Nairobi, Nakuru and Kiambu are Kenya's top-three richest counties while Lamu, Samburu and Isiolo are the poorest, according to a new report ranking the contribution of Kenya's 47 regions to the national annual economic output, also known a...
15.02.19 - 07:31
Kenya: BAT Profits Up 22% to Sh4.1 Billion Despite Influx of Illicit Cigarettes (AllAfrica)
 
[Capital FM] Nairobi -British American Tobacco Kenya has posted a 22 per cent increase in profit to close 2018 with a net profit of Sh4.1 billion....
15.02.19 - 07:30
Zimbabwe: More Feared Dead in Battlefields Mining Disaster (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] Casualties in the Battlefields mine disaster near Kadoma could rise to 50 from the initial 23 reported yesterday, amid indications that more bodies could have been washed down shafts and tunnels that were flooded on Tuesday night....
15.02.19 - 07:24
Nigeria: History As First Airplane Lands in New Bayelsa Airport (AllAfrica)
 
[This Day] Yenagoa -It was a day of joy in Bayelsa State Thursday as the first airplane marked 5N-BUV, touched down at the newly-built Bayelsa International airport in Amassoma, Southern Ijaw, the heartland of the Ijaw nation....
15.02.19 - 07:24
Uganda: MTN Uganda CEO Deported (AllAfrica)
 
[Monitor] Kampala -The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of telecommunications company MTN Uganda, Wim Vanhelleputte has this evening been deported....
14.02.19 - 18:06
South Africa: Worker′s Union Begins Nationwide Shutdown of Colleges (AllAfrica)
 
[GroundUp] Shutdown "indefinite" until demands are met says national spokesperson...
14.02.19 - 18:01
South Africa: South Africa′s Rail Agency Says Enforcement Units Are Succeeding (AllAfrica)
 
[GroundUp] Capetonians spend more time in traffic because people have stopped using Metrorail, says city councillor...
14.02.19 - 16:24
Tanzania: Investing in Tanzania? Here′s What You Need to Know (AllAfrica)
 
[The Exchange] Tanzania was ranked number 144 among the 190 economies in the ease of doing business according to the latest World Bank annual rankings....
14.02.19 - 16:18
South Africa: Government to Engage Sibanye On Possible Job Cuts (AllAfrica)
 
[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Mineral Resources will engage Sibanye-Stillwater on its announcement of possible retrenchments at two of its gold operations....
14.02.19 - 16:00
South Africa: Mind Your Ps and Qs on Social Media When Applying for Govt Jobs (AllAfrica)
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Prospective candidates looking for employment in the public service will now be vetted on their use of social media and the internet....
14.02.19 - 14:55
South Africa: Eskom Battles Under Mounting Debt (AllAfrica)
 
[SAnews.gov.za] High levels of debt and default risk have left Eskom in dire straits as the power utility battles to meet demand....
14.02.19 - 14:12
Zimbabwe: Why It′s All Going So Wrong for Mnangagwa (AllAfrica)
 
[Democracy Works] How did things turn so bad for Zimbabwe's president, Emmerson Mnangagwa? He won the disputed elections in August 2018, but even before the results were officially announced, protesters were being shot in the street, with the securi...
14.02.19 - 13:30
South Africa: Public Enterprises Minister Gordhan Trying to Put Out Eskom′s Flames of Crisis (AllAfrica)
 
[allAfrica] Washington, DC -Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan told parliament's public enterprises committee on Wednesday that he intends to hold responsible those who contributed to the design flaws of Eskom's mega-power stations Medupi a...
14.02.19 - 12:31
South Africa: Why Unbundle Eskom? (AllAfrica)
 
[Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse] Pretoria -WHY UNBUNDLE ESKOM?OUTA believes that a separation of control over the two arms of electricity generation and transmission will break Eskom's stranglehold over the grid (transmission), thereby ensuring that...
14.02.19 - 12:18
Kenya: Carepay Looking At Blockchain, AI and Ml to Improve M-Tiba (AllAfrica)
 
[CIO] CarePay Limited recently announced that they are looking into innovating around emerging technologies such as Blockchain, AI and Machine Learning in a bid to improve their M-TIBA platform, which is the preferred health financing technology plat...
14.02.19 - 12:01
Tanzania: Bank of Tanzania Confirms Closure of Bureau (AllAfrica)
 
[Citizen] Moshi -The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has closed Trast Bureau de Change in Moshi Town, pending investigations into its operations....
14.02.19 - 11:42
South Africa: Court Orders Security Company to Pay R2.3 Million to Provident Fund (AllAfrica)
 
[GroundUp] "I just want to do the right thing", wife of Proexec owner tells court...
14.02.19 - 11:30
Algeria: France Urged to Take Responsibility for Waste From 1960s Sahara Desert Nuclear Tests (AllAfrica)
 
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Participants in a conference organized Wednesday in Algiers called upon the French authorities to assume their responsibility in the "gathering of waste resulted from the nuclear tests they conducted in the Algerian ...
14.02.19 - 10:54
Zimbabwe: ′ED, Running a Country Is More Than Just Mantras′ (AllAfrica)
 
[Fahamu] The author deplores the rapidly deteriorating socio-economic and political situation in Zimbabwe one year after President Mnangagwa took office....
14.02.19 - 10:24
South Africa: Parliament to Debate Energy Crisis (AllAfrica)
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Parliament is set to schedule an urgent debate on the energy crisis amid rolling power cuts....
14.02.19 - 10:18
Kenya: Nurses Remain Defiant Despite Kenyatta′s Order (AllAfrica)
 
[Nation] Nurses have vowed to defy orders by President Uhuru Kenyatta instructing them to report back to work by Friday, saying that the strike is constitutional and properly protected....
14.02.19 - 10:06
Zimbabwe: U.S.$200,000 World Bank Boost for Early Childhood Learning (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] The World Bank (WB) has released US$200 000 to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education in support of quality early childhood learning....
14.02.19 - 10:01
Zimbabwe: Buy Zimbabwe Happy With Government Support (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] Buy Zimbabwe says it is satisfied with the progress Government is making in value chains development across sectors, as a means to boost industry and achieve an all-inclusive growth....
14.02.19 - 10:01
Zimbabwe: Farm Workers′ Allowances Increased (AllAfrica)
 
[The Herald] Farm workers will have a little cheer after their employers increased their accommodation, transport, fuel and light allowances with effect from January 1, 2019....
14.02.19 - 09:48
Africa: Kagame Reiterates Call for Self-Reliance (AllAfrica)
 
[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that African countries ought to continuously invest in their citizens in order to bring to an end the persistent dependence on aid....
14.02.19 - 09:36
Uganda: SHS 125 Billion Withdrawn From the Petroleum Fund Irregularly - Auditor General (AllAfrica)
 
[Oil in Uganda] Auditor General notes the money was withdrawn from the petroleum fund without following procedures laid down in the Public Finance Management Act, 2015....





































 

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