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Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Commuters in South Africa embrace the new normal as Lockdown eases

Commuters in South Africa embrace the new normal as Lockdown eases.

What does Nigeria’s Siemens power deal mean for businesses?

Six days out of every week, James Agbebi wakes up as early as 5am to prepare for work. 6.30 am. He opens...

Nigeria seeks approval for $5.5bn loan

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has approached the country’s House of Representatives to request approval for a new external borrowing amounting to $5.513bn.

Struggling SA Aviation Industry Pleads for Government Intervention

With most airports closed and flights grounded for the past two months, South Africa’s aviation sector is teetering on the brink of...

COVID travel ban: Anger trails Nigeria’s slap-on-the-wrist penalty for a British airline

An announcement that the Nigerian government has imposed a fine of about $2,500 on a British private charter plane, Flairjet, which contravened...

75% of Economy opened as SA moved to Level 3

Many businesses will be heaving a sigh of relief following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on Sunday night, that from June 1st, the country will...

Nigeria loses $1.09bn oil revenue in Q1 2020

Oil revenue from Africa’s largest crude oil producer, Nigeria, shed $1.09bn in the first quarter of 2020, the country’s Minister of Finance, Budget and National...

Senegal: A West African Leader on the Rise

Senegal has demonstrated strong ambition for economic development and rapid progress towards becoming an attractive investment destination (By Thomas...

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How Mozambique’s history of violence is dashing hopes of economic progress

There is no saying that is so common in the minds of Mozambique citizens above the age of 40...
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Another win for President Nguesso ensures Congo’s economic crisis will prolong

At 77, Congo’s President Sassou Nguesso is four times older than the average Congolese, whose median age...

Why Equatorial Guinea’s bail-out plan with IMF crashed

Despite being promised an IMF bailout over a year ago, Equatorial Guinea is still waiting for the funds...

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LAUNCH: THE STATE OF AFRICA 2020 CONFERENCE

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