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Zimbabwe Must Clear Debt First Before Bailout -IMF

Harare: THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Zimbabwe can only expect a financial bailout to stabilize its troubled economy only after clearing arrears...

U.S Envoys Head for Zimbabwe, Eye Opportunities

Harare - Zimbabwe is to receive special envoys from United States President Donald Trump, in the coming weeks as the southern African country slowly...

The Way Forward for Women in Africa Energy Sector

The 2018 Women In Energy Conference, a dynamic interactive side event of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) will take place on the 19th February...

Zimbabwe Now Open for Investment – Mnangagwa

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTkGgyMyzgM

Tanzania/Rwanda Railway Project Deal Signed

Dar es Salaam: RWANDA and Tanzania have inked a deal to construct a 400kilometre Standard Gauge Railway from Isaka to Kigali with a view to...

Massive Power Cut Hits Mozambique’s Capital

Much of Maputo was deprived of electricity on Tuesday, following a major breakdown in a sub-station at about 05.00 According to a press release from...

South Africa: Fuel Prices to Go Down

The Department of Energy informs the public of the fuel price adjustments for January 2018. South Africa’s fuel prices are adjusted on a monthly...

Namibia Economy Set For Growth in 2018 – IMF

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Mr. Geremia Palomba, IMF Mission Chief for Namibia, visited Windhoek during November 30-December 12, 2017...

Oil Giants Partner to Bolster Production in Angola

Luanda - The Angolan State-owned Oil Company Sonangol and the Total Oil Company signed today in Luanda several partnership agreements to relaunch the oil...

IMF Ready to Assist Zimbabwe’s New President

Harare - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to support Zimbabwe’s new government in its efforts to turnaround the country’s moribund economy, the...