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Monthly Archives: December, 2020

Nissan assembles new regional business unit for Africa

Japanese car maker Nissan will set up a new regional business unit for Africa in line with its Nissan Next global strategy plan, aiming...

U.K. approves Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine ahead of similar decisions in the U.S. and EU

The U.K. has become the first western country to license a Covid-19 vaccine, opening up mass immunization campaigns starting next week ahead of similar...

Ivory Coast and Ghana pull out of U.S. cocoa trade body

Ivory Coast and Ghana – the world’s top two cocoa producers -  have withdrawn their membership of a U.S. cocoa industry association, accusing the...

UN study shows COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating poverty

The UN says that the coronavirus pandemic is rapidly accelerating to record highs the number of people worldwide who need humanitarian assistance to survive.

Mozambique, Tanzania join forces to combat growing insurgency

Mozambique and Tanzania will launch joint operations to combat an Islamist insurgency under an agreement that will also see some 500 suspected insurgents extradited, a...

Tullow Oil focuses on West Africa to generate $7bn over next decade

British oil giant Tullow Oil will focus on its core assets in West Africa as part of a plan to boost cash generation and...

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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

Mansa Media in partnership with Afrochampions Initiative...