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From hyperinflation to deflation, no end to Zimbabwe’s slide

2 Sep 2015 /  Brian Latham and Mike Cohen, Bloomberg  
Consumer prices have fallen every month since March 2014, dropping 2.8% in July from a year ago.

IMF urges Lesotho to cut expenditure

2 Sep 2015 /    
As customs revenue falls.

Uber links with Kia to expand in Lagos

2 Sep 2015 /  Yinka Ibukun, Bloomberg  
Hopes to boost jobs from 600-odd to over 3 000 by the end of 2016.

Four things SA can learn from Mauritius

1 Sep 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht   3
Rise in competitiveness rankings did not happen by accident.

Nigeria’s Dangote plans cement plant in Zim

31 Aug 2015 /  Reuters  
To boost FDI.

Africa real estate developments on the up

31 Aug 2015 /  Ray Mahlaka   1
As capital shifts from South Africa to the rest of the continent.

Zim relaxes empowerment law

30 Aug 2015 /  MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters  
To boost investment - government paper.

Hunger hits 1.5 million Zimbabweans as maize production halves – WFP

25 Aug 2015 /  Reuters   3
Maize crop of 742,000 tonnes is down 53% from 2014-15.

Cement is the new oil as Africa’s richest man takes on Lafarge

25 Aug 2015 /  Liezel Hill and Matthew Hill, Bloomberg  
The material at the heart of the continent’s infrastructure boom.

Africa claims 3 of world’s most populous countries in 2050

18 Aug 2015 /  Steve Matthews, Bloomberg  
China is currently the world's most populous nation.

Record numbers of Southern Africans need food aid – Sadc

12 Aug 2015 /  Bloomberg News   2
Cereal production down 22% in SADC members this year.

Africa’s throwing away dollars in currency rout

11 Aug 2015 /  Paul Wallace, Bloomberg   2
Dollars it can't afford.

Mali army frees hostages after hotel siege ends with 12 dead

10 Aug 2015 /  Olivier Monnier, Bloomberg   1
One South African national among the dead.

Zimbabwe receives $210m in foreign loans for projects

5 Aug 2015 /  Reuters  
The southern African nation has $9bn in foreign debt.

Cecil the lion’s death outrage threatens hunt jobs, revenue

3 Aug 2015 /  Godfrey Marawanyika and Brian Latham, Bloomberg  
The industry employs at least 5,000 people and was expected to earn $45m this year.

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