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Zimbabwe sets new date for Mugabe hearing, doubts over his appearance

Parliament expects Mugabe to give evidence over 2016 declarations relating to a diamond mining operation during his tenure.

WHO says Ebola preparedness much better now than in 2014

Ebola vaccinations started on Monday.

African wave of easing mostly ends as price pressures build

Inflation rates, rising crude prices may persuade central bankers to freeze borrowing costs.

African cities pledge to cut climate emissions to zero by 2050

In the city of Tshwane, emissions mainly come from energy, waste management and transport, a study found.

Botswana’s new leader backs asset sales in investment drive

President Mokgweetsi Masisi wants to increase foreign investment and create more jobs for almost one in five people.

First batch of Ebola vaccines arrives in Congo to combat outbreak

The Health Ministry said a vaccination programme would start over the weekend.

Tharisa acquires 90% stake in Zimbabwean chrome

Tharisa says this is an opportunity to meaningfully expand its chrome mining interests.

Sinosteel will invest $1bn to boost Zimbabwe output

This move comes as Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa tries to recover the economy that crumbled under former President Mugabe.

Vivo listing a sign of things to come

Other African companies could come to the bourse.

WHO says 19 dead, 39 infected so far in Congo Ebola outbreak

Cases confirmed between April 4 and May 13.

Volkswagen sees Nigeria automobile sales recovering on economy

Volkswagen expects to start with 2000 cars in 2018.

Zimbabwe bans banks from processing payments for cryptocurrencies

The nature of cryptocurrency transactions makes it easier for money launderers and other criminals says Zimbabwean governor.

WHO’s leader to visit Congo this weekend amid Ebola outbreak

Organisation working with partners to send more staff, equipment, and supplies to the affected area.

Where to invest in Africa

Durban is first on the list, but Africa's biggest economy, Nigeria, may deliver sound returns.



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