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No progress in governance across Africa since 2011 – Ibrahim survey

5 Oct 2015 /  Reuters  
Declining soundness of banks another important factor.

Zambia caused its water crisis – former vice president

30 Sep 2015 /  Matthew Hill, Bloomberg   1
By draining its biggest reservoir to generate power.

Diamond trafficking fuels CAR violence

30 Sep 2015 /  Ilya Gridneff and Jean-Louis Gondamoyen, Bloomberg  
Amnesty International says diamond trafficking is helping finance an on-going conflict.

Moody’s downgrades Zambia rating on power crisis, metal prices

27 Sep 2015 /  Matthew Hill and Gabrielle Coppola, Bloomberg  
Glencore’s decision to suspend output in the country threatened growth, Moody's said.

Commodities’ dive raises doubts over Africa’s ‘middle class’

23 Sep 2015 /  Joe Brock, Reuters  
Investment focused on affluent countries, cities.

Nampak sees potential for Angola gains as can import duty looms

22 Sep 2015 /  Liezel Hill and Janice Kew, Bloomberg  
Targeting 100% market share as the government plans for an import duty on the industry.

Zim farmers win ‘symbolic victory’ against Mugabe

21 Sep 2015 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters  
As government property in South Africa is auctioned.

Gaborone’s water-supply options dry up

UPDATE
21 Sep 2015 /  Bloomberg News  
SA may cut Botswana water supply as Molatedi Dam now 8% full.

Namibia to raise cash in global markets

21 Sep 2015 /  Chamwe Kaira, Bloomberg  
As local bond sales flop.

Want to buy clothes, phone cards? Ask a Harare policeman

21 Sep 2015 /  MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters  
Number of unregulated vendors rises as jobs dwindle.

Moving African exchanges forward

18 Sep 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht  
Regional integration in the spotlight.

‘Don’t panic’ – Nigerian central bank head to banks

17 Sep 2015 /  Julia Payne and Ulf Laessing, Reuters  
Following directive to government departments to move accounts to central bank.

These are the African nations most exposed to China’s slump

17 Sep 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
China’s slowdown is rippling across Africa.

Africa sliding back into debt trap

16 Sep 2015 /  Ed Cropley, Reuters  
A decade after write-offs. Defaults or restructuring could lie ahead.

Zimbabwe farm rent seen rolling back effect of land seizures

16 Sep 2015 /  Bloomberg News  
Plans to pass a law that will force farmers to pay a quarterly rent to the state or face eviction.
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