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Africa needs a commodity-price surge to avert debt crunch

IMF sees sub-Saharan African debt exceeding 50% of GDP in 2017.

Mnangagwa calls for end to Western sanctions

Zimbabwe elections due at the end of July in 2018 but there is talk it can be brought forward as early as March.

Africa’s richest woman prepares new deals after losing her job

Angola’s Dos Santos says Banco BIC and BFA seek new investors.

White Zimbabwean farmer has land returned under new government

President orders an end to the intimidation and eviction of farmers, regardless of race, with immediate effect.

Investors wary of post-Mugabe false dawn eye Zimbabwe budget

Finance Minister Chinamasa to outline fiscal plans on Thursday.

African Development Bank gives R2bn to support Namibia’s education

As the south-western nation battles unemployment.

Zimbabwe swears in first post-Mugabe cabinet

Presence of army generals upsets civil society.

Heineken to open $100m brewery in Mozambique in 2019

Brewer plans to start production in the first half of 2019.

Zimbabwe’s president names cabinet, shuns opposition

Chitando is mines minister and General Moyo foreign affairs minister.

Cash trickles back into Zimbabwe as banks stock ATMs

End in sight for year-long 'dry spell' of cashless economy.

Mnangagwa opens three-month amnesty window for return of stolen funds

When amnesty expires, Zimbabwe will arrest and prosecute those who would have failed to comply.

Cost of hard currency in Zimbabwe tumbles as optimism takes root

Market is ‘self-correcting’ as confidence returns, Intellego says.

Zimbabwe cabinet pick to show if Mnangagwa is breaking with the past

Coalition government seems unlikely, analysts say.

Biggest African phone-tower firms are said to plan 2018 IPOs

Towers operators face rising demand and high valuations.



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