The government sees restructuring deal with creditors and IMF by the end of a six-month interest holiday, but an analyst warns it's likely to take a lot longer
Mozambique has been struggling to suppress a terrorist group that’s destabilising a region where nearly $60bn in investment in natural gas facilities are ...
By 2019, Sub-Saharan Africa boasted 469-million mobile money accounts — more than any other region in the world
The UNCTAD report shows Africa is a ‘net creditor to the world’, echoing economists' views that it is a net exporter of capital because of these trends
Since 2019, these payments have effectively attracted double taxation, and this aspect was left unchanged in the country’s latest budget
Camvert is developing a 60,000ha palm-oil plantation in area previously earmarked for logging
About one in three women in Lesotho has suffered physical or sexual violence — similar to the global prevalence rate — and analysts calculate that this costs ...
Former finance minister Tendai Biti blames the system of foreign currency auctions
Islamist attacks have gathered pace this year, with insurgents seizing important towns for brief periods and hitting military and other key targets
The country asks bondholders for payment delays until April 2021
The government expects the economy to contract by as much as 8.9% in 2020
Researchers find 94 pages ‘clearly’ tied to the ruling party that don't disclose they are being paid to post political messages and pictures of President Alpha ...
Police used teargas and water canons during protests called by Paul Biya’s rival Maurice Kamto, who hopes to spark a popular revolt
The pandemic has heightened the need for a legal framework for the African trade agreement, with the first commercial deal pushed out to July
Unions say members want US$520 a month and will not report to work when schools reopen on September 28
The country has the right skills in place — now it just needs co-ordination and capacity
And in Zimbabwe, about 25 elephant carcasses were found near the country's biggest game park and authorities suspect they succumbed to a bacterial infection
SA’s efforts to find a solution are dismissed as foreign intervention in a challenge the country’s leader says it is dealing with itself