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Mixed reactions trail news that Kenya may lose its key asset to China over loan repayment.
Mixed reactions have trailed online reports that Kenya may lose its key asset to China over loan repayment.
Malawi discuss economic diversification with research experts in light of challenges facing smallholder tobacco farmers.
At the beginning of the month, the Agricultural Transformation Initiative (ATI), in conjunction with Palladium, co-hosted the first annual Agricultural Transformation Summit in Lilongwe, Malawi, as part of its commitment to support the diversification efforts...
Here’s why Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed is Africa’s leader of the Year.
“Abiy Ahmed is our miracle”- These were the words of opposition party of Ginbot 7 in Ethiopia in September while welcoming their exiled leader Berhanu Nega back to the capital in Addis Ababa.
Weekly Economic Index: Oil prices rise over US-China trade talks, Nigeria to honor less than half of non-oil exports debt.
Nigeria’s federal government revealed in its 2019 budget that it would only honour N5.12 billion of accrued non-oil exports debt.
Ghana unveils plans to increase its cocoa processing capacity.
Ghana has unveiled plans to process more of its cocoa beans in the country. According to current estimates, Ghana produced 880,000 tonnes of the beans in 2018.
FIRS to generate N8 trillion in tax revenue for 2019.
At the 2019 Management and Stakeholders Retreat which held in Lagos yesterday, the Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Dr Babatunde Fowler disclosed that the body has set a target to generate N8...
World Bank President resigns three years before the end of his tenure.
Jim Yong Kim has announced his decision to step down as World Bank president three years before the end of his tenure. His resignation will take effect from February 1st 2019.
Blueprints of the single passport for Africans to be revealed at the 32nd AU Summit.
As part of efforts to ensure that all African countries adopt the use of a single passport, the African Union has announced plans to unveil a single design for the African passport.
What lies ahead for Madagascar’s newly elected president?
Madagascar’s High Constitutional Court on Tuesday declared former leader, Andry Rajoelina winner of the country’s bitterly contested presidential elections, rejecting all complaints filed over the results.
Al-Bashir blocks internet access in Sudan as he subscribes to the trend of repression.
With protests in Sudan already in its third week, the government of President Omar Al-Bashir is taking steps to prevent more mobilization against his regime.