Business

Africa: IMF’s Antoinette Sayeh Speaks on Good Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa – Opportunities and Lessons

AllAfrica's Nontobeko Mlambo spoke to the International Monetary Fund's Deputy Managing Director Antoinette Sayeh who recently attended a high level conference co-organised with the African Union on the Promotion of Good Governance and Figh..

Read More »

South Africa: As Deadline Approaches Zimbabweans Face a Stark Choice – Start From Zero in a Broken Country or Live Undocumented

From 1 January 2023, hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans and their children will no longer be able to live, work and go to school legally in the republic Three Zimbabweans who held Zimbabwean Exemption Permits, which the South African government ha..

Read More »

South Africa: What’s Happening In South African News – June 23, 2022

Cape Town — First Case of Monkeypox Confirmed in South Africa The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) has confirmed the first case of monkeypox in the country, identified in a 30-year-old man from Gauteng. The patient is said to have..

Read More »

Uganda: Kampala-Entebbe Expressway Receives 20,000 Passages Daily

Egis Road Operation was in May last year awarded a contract by Uganda National Roads Authority to operate and maintain the 26.2KM Kampala - Entebbe Expressway. It is expected to collect toll fees on behalf of government and provide high quality road ..

Read More »

Kenya: Keroche Lays Off 400 Staff Amid Revenue Authority Closure

Nairobi — Keroche Breweries has laid off 400 workers after its Naivasha plant was closed down by the Kenya Revenue Authority(KRA). The company was shut down on May 15, after defaulting on an earlier agreed plan to repay tax arrears of Sh30 million. ..

Read More »

South Africa: What’s Happening In South African News – June 20, 2022

Cape Town — Handover of Final State Capture Report Sees Delay The release of the final state capture reports has suffered another delay, the Presidency confirmed. This comes after Presidential spokesperson Vincent Magwenya confirmed via a tweet that..

Read More »
Web Search Engine

South Africa: What’s Happening In South African News – June 17, 2022

Cape Town — Nelson Mandela Bay Races to Avoid Day Zero Water Crisis Non-profit organisation Gift of the Givers has said that Nelson Mandela Bay has very little time to avert a critical water crisis, with the NGO drilling boreholes at a rapid pace to..

Read More »

Gambia: Research Shows Most Hate Speech in the Country Occurs On Social Media

Patrick Mc Carthy, the UN peace and development advisor to The Gambia who represented the resident Coordinator at the commencement of the 3-day training of youth leaders on Media and Information Literacy, has stated that a research commissioned by UN..

Read More »

Africa: Data Breaches Are Mounting in Africa. Here’s How to Stop Them

Africa's future depends on both better data and a data governance framework to encourage innovation and better decision-making High-quality data capable of shaping policy is increasingly available across Africa but collecting it can be challeng..

Read More »

Kenya: Kenya, U.S. to Restart Trade Talks

Nairobi — Kenya, and the United States have agreed to restart trade talks as ministers meet at the World Trade Organization's 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva. Trade CS Betty Maina and United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai met o..

Read More »

South Africa: World Bank Approves U.S.$472.5 Million Loan for Covid-19 Vaccines

The World Bank has approved a €454.4 million (R7.6 billion) loan to South Africa for the country's COVID-19 Emergency Response Project. Approved by the Bank's Group Board of Executive Directors on Monday, the loan comes following a request..

Read More »

Zimbabwe: Massive Industrial Action Looms At Riozim Mines

A crippling strike is looming at RioZim Limited, where mine workers are demanding an upward review of their remuneration and improved working conditions, NewZimbabwe.com has learnt. In a letter to the company, Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Minerals Wo..

Read More »
Back to top button