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Ethiopia offers new hope for phone providers with African dreams

Ethiopia to award telecommunications licenses to two private operators next year.

Island bourse sets course for the mainland, pursuing expansion

The Stock Exchange of Mauritius boasts about 150 listed securities including 60 companies on its main board.

Rhinos come to the bond market, and other species may follow

The aim of the rhino impact bond is to help grow the population of the endangered black rhino.

In Zimbabwe, risk perception trumps orthodoxy as inflation soars

Inflation hits annual rate of 175% in June.

Congo Ebola outbreak is declared a global health emergency

The outbreak has infected more than 2 300 people and killed more than 1 500.

Zimbabwe public workers threaten strike over wages

Workers are demanding a wage increase of at least $475 per month.

Inflation gap a reminder to Nigeria that Egypt got it right

Egypt is starting to reap the benefits of a currency float, Nigeria is still struggling.

Zimbabwe inflation almost doubles, stirring memories of economic chaos

Zimbabwe inflation reaches 175.66% in June.

Tanzania says elephant, rhino populations rebounding after anti-poaching crackdown

The number of rhinos has increased from just 15 to 167 over the past four years.

New justice minister aims to revoke extradition of ex-Mozambique finmin – document

Manuel Chang has been in custody in South Africa since December.

Closing hydro plant is Zimbabwe’s answer to getting more power

Mozambique could supply discounted electricity to Zimbabwe in exchange for the plant's closure.

Buyers from Africa boost foreign demand for SA homes

But emigration-related sales by South Africans continue to be an overall drag on the residential market.

African lender sees factories benefiting most from trade pact

Largest global free-trade zone expected to boost manufacturing, says African Development Bank.

Zimbabwe opposition official charged with treason, lawyers say

Job Sikhala reportedly charged with 'attempting to overthrow a constitutionally elected government'.



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