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Zimbabwe 2018 Budget – A New Economic Order?

There was much anticipation for this year’s budget largely due to the recent events which catapulted President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the helm of government...

Evicted White Farmers Recover Land in Zimbabwe

President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his new administration has overturned the eviction of Robert Smart from his lesbury estate which was grabbed by Bishop Trevor...

South Africa Seeks to Boost Economic Growth

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says there is a need to restructure the economy in order to ensure inclusive growth. He also said the...

AfDB President Adesina Bags World Food Price, Vows to fight Urban Malnutrition

The World Food Prize 2017 has been received by the President of the African Development Bank Dr. Akinwumi  Ayodeji  Adesina, for helping Africa’s agriculture...

Mozambique Has Potential to End Hunger – WFP

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is focusing its support for Mozambique on resilience to climate change and on long term social protection...

Tanzania Nationalising Mines?

Dar-es Salaam - The government has denied reports it is nationalising mines after it passed new laws regulating mining operations in the country. Tanzanian Parliamentarians in...

Fishing Ban in Western Botswana a Blow to Poor Fishermen, Families

Gaborone - Lake Ngami fishing ban leaves poor community in crisis after government ignore expert advice, writes SOLOMON TJINYEKA. It smells nasty, but Maletelo Molathiwa,...

INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA Forum Provides Africa’s Socio-Economic Solutions

The sixth Infrastructure Africa Business Forum to be hosted on the 21-22 August 2017 in Sandton, South Africa, will bring together prominent African infrastructure...

New Irrigation Plans to Boost Agriculture in Tanzania

TANZANIA is set to increase irrigation network towards sustainable industrial agriculture economy, the Minister for Water and Irrigation, Mr Gerson Lwenge, has said. He said...

IMF Warns Of Rising Inflation in Zimbabwe

Harare - THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of rising inflation in Zimbabwe, saying it is likely to reach seven percent by year-end,...
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