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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

South Africa Manufacturing Indaba 2018 to Address Pressing Topics

THE annual KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturing Indaba, to be held on the 22nd August 2018 at the ICC in Durban, South Africa is a revered platform...

Severe Drought Worsens Mozambique’s Energy Woes

The severe drought that has affected parts of Mozambique and the Southern Africa region in two last years has contributed to reducing electricity generation...

South Africa Lures Chinese Investors

The Department of Trade and Industry is set to embark on investment roadshows in Shanghai, China, as it ups efforts tap on the Chinese...

Zimbabwe’s Premier Trade Showcase ZITF Kicks Off

Zimbabwe’s premier trade showcase opens today in the country’s second largest city, Bulawayo amid claims by organisers that this years’ event is the “biggest...

Mozambique Power Projects Get U.S $6 Million Boost From Sweden

Maputo: MOZAMBIQUE has received a US$6 million funding pledge to finance the several electricity generation projects that had been abandoned for years owing to...

Investing in Mozambique: Five Reasons to Consider

One of South Africa’s top five African trading partners, Mozambique has been one of the ‘fastest-growing economies’ on the continent for the last two-and-a-half...

Mozambique Economic Growth Prospects Dim – IMF

Maputo: THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Mozambican authorities to implement far reaching financial sector and monetary regime reforms to ensure macro-economic stability. ...

South Africa 2018 Budget Speech in Full

Honourable Speaker Mister President Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers Governor of the Reserve Bank MECs of Finance Fellow South Africans Ndi masiari Sanibonani Molweni Goeie middag Thobela Dumelang Avhusheni As I begin, let me first...

Moti Group to Expand Operations in Zimbabwe

The African Chrome Fields company (AFC) has confirmed plans to increase foothold in Zimbabwe by expanding into gold and diamond mining. The company which braved...

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...