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Nigeria:Unions React to Govt's Move to Implement 'No Work, No Pay' ‎During Strikes

By Azeezat AdedigbaLabour officials have faulted the plan by the federal government to implement the 'No work No pay" rule over workers' strikes in Nigeria. The

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Zimbabwe:Beverage Company Resumes Exports

By Melody ChikonoSchweppes Zimbabwe Ltd (SZL) says it has in Q3 2017 resumed beverage exports to selected regional markets and is expecting in excess of

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Somalia:Mogadishu Starts Rebuilding at Deadly Blast Site

By Mohamed Olad HassanResidents of Somalia's capital have developed an exceptional state of resilience over the years. They had to, given how often Mogadishu sees

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Zimbabwe:Workers Union, Govt Clash Over Interference

By Kudzai KuwazaThe Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has confronted government over its failure to streamline ministerial powers that interfere with trade union activities

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Tanzania:Acacia's London Headquarters 'to Move to Mwanza'

Dar es Salaam — Barrick Gold Corporation and the Tanzanian government have finally concluded their talks and came up with a number of agreements that

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Zambia:Broke Council Buys Top of the Range Cars for City Bosses

Cash strapped and deeply indebted Ndola City Council (NCC), has reportedly staked various properties as collateral for the purchase of nine Ford Ranger WildTrak vehicles

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Africa:Mega-Mergers Will Squeeze Farmers, Push Up Food Prices, Experts Warn

By Alex WhitingRome — If the world's major agriculture companies go ahead with planned mergers and gain greater control of the way food is produced,

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Africa:Towards a Prosperous African Agriculture

opinionBy Akinwumi AdesinaNo region of the world has ever industrialised without the agricultural sector being first transformed. Africa is the last continent to do so

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Africa:Is Uganda Still Africa's Bread-Basket?

By Sella OnekoUganda has always been known as the bread basket of Africa and for the most part that's still true. But both the lack

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Zimbabwe:The Blame Game - What Mugabe's Been Playing Since 1980

Blog By Jerry ChifambaAs Zimbabwe's economy has gone from bad to worse in recent years, Robert Mugabe's political and physical demise has been predicted many times

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Africa:Can Index Insurance Make African Farmers Climate-Resilient?

By Wambi MichaelAddis Ababa — Index insurance is being promoted as a solution to protect climate affected smallholder farmers in Africa. This type of micro

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Africa:Africa Solar Home System Provider Powers Up With France's Engie

By Megan RowlingBarcelona — French utilities company ENGIE has agreed to acquire Uganda-based Fenix International, a provider of solar home systems in Africa, in a

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Zimbabwe:Gap in Inflation Stats and Reality

editorialAs Zimbabweans begin to feel the bite of the current wave of price increases and soaring cost of living, there is growing suspicion and concern

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Zimbabwe:Inflation On the Rise

Significant price increases have been noted throughout the country during the month of September according to a survey by the Zimbabwe Statistics Agency ( Zimstats)In

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Namibia:It Is Just a Technical Glitch, We Were Not Hacked - Pick n Pay

Pick 'n Pay Namibia this week refuted claims that their electronic payment system at its stores was hacked and stated that the duplicate transactions being

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