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Cyclone Kenneth batters Comoros and heads to Mozambique

Widespread power outages, three dead in Comoros.

Sibanye-Stillwater lowers valuation for miner Lonmin

Sibanye revises offering in deal to create world's No.2 platinum producer.

Mixed end-month outlook for African currencies

Ugandan, Zambian and Tanzanian currencies expected to strengthen against the US dollar, while Nigeria's and Kenya's seen easing.

SA’s 2019 maize harvest seen 15% lower than prior season

Dry conditions delayed plantings.

Kganyago says central bank ownership a ‘zombie debate’

Kganyago warns that the move could mask an attack on the Reserve Bank’s independence.

Slack finds ways to fit in at the office, ahead of stock debut

Slack users will be able to send and receive emails with colleagues from within the chat software.

Main opposition DA is said to face risk of split

Senior members of the DA are said to dispute the party's policy direction.

Goldman Sachs targeted in latest Extinction Rebellion protest

Demonstrators say they wanted to call attention to the 'humans making choices' that affect the environment.

Egypt announces three-month state of emergency

Authorities also imposed a curfew in parts of northern Sinai close to Israel and Gaza.

Death toll in KZN rains approaching 70, official says

Rescuers are still recovering bodies.

Kenya’s economy grows at fastest pace in eight years in 2018

Kenya is the world’s biggest exporter of black tea and agricultural production, which accounts for about half of the economy.

Cyclone Kenneth strengthens as it bears down on Mozambique

It’s forecast to keep strengthening until it makes landfall later Thursday to the north of where Cyclone Idai struck.

Emerging market currencies dip, Turkish lira drops before rate decision

Turkish central bank is expected to keep borrowing costs at 24%.

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