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S.Africa's cabinet could cost taxpayers billions

S.A's President Zuma failed to respect constitution: ConCourt

South Africa's top court orders Zuma to reimburse state.
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U.S., Nigeria set up working groups on security, economy, corruption

In a joint statement, the U.S and Nigeria said the groups would come up with a paper within a month finalizing goals.
S.Africa's cabinet could cost taxpayers billions

South Africa's top court to rule on Zuma home improvements

The Constitutional Court ruling on President Zuma's Nkandla upgrades in underway.
South Africa's rand softer ahead of Fed speech

S.Africa's rand firmer, stocks set to open lower

At 0654 GMT, the rand traded at 14.9100 per dollar, 0.23 percent firmer from Wednesday's New York of 14.9445.
Rwanda signs mining concessions with six firms

Glencore to invest $1.1 bln in Zambia, kwacha gains

Glencore to invest over $1.1 billion in Zambia to sink three copper mine shafts that will extend mine life by over 25 years.
S.Africa grants first bourse licence in over 100 years

S.Africa grants first bourse licence in over 100 years

South Africa issues its first stock exchange operating licence in more than 100 years.
Behind Cape Town's tourism boom?

Behind Cape Town's tourism boom?

The Two Oceans Marathon begun with 26 participants in 1970 and is now attracting over 20 thousand participants.
S.African economist Chris Hart on why he resigned from Standard Bank

What is weighing S.Africa’s insurance industry?

Some of the changes in South Africa’s insurance sector have been a result of the regulatory and accounting platforms changes.
South Africa's rand softer ahead of Fed speech

S.African govt bonds, rand open firmer after Yellen's dovish comments

The rand traded at 15.0800 per dollar, 0.53 percent firmer from Tuesday's New York close of 15.1600.
We can't pay: Zimbabwe farmers resist compensating evicted white landowners

African Development Bank agrees to lend Zambia $125 million

The AfDB will lend Zambia $125 million for the improvement of sanitation, food security and support to women entrepreneurs.
Using IoT to solve water scarcity in South Africa

Using IoT to solve water scarcity in South Africa

"Most of our utility players have run trial runs with this technology, so the future looks quite bright as far as IoT and South Africa"
Seventeen activists sentenced for rebellion against Angolan govt

Seventeen activists sentenced for rebellion against Angolan govt

The activists were arrested in Luanda in June after organising a reading of U.S. academic Gene Sharp's 1993 book "From Dictatorship to Democracy: A Conceptual Framework for Liberation".
Africa and West at odds over disputed Zimbabwe election

Will Zimbabwe cancel big S.African companies' licences?

Analysts express their outrage at the indigenisation law's consequences.
S.Africa's Foschini expands into Ghana

South Africa's Foschini Group buys Britain's Whistles

South African fashion retailer The Foschini Group has acquired all the shares in British high street chain Whistles.
South African deputy finance minister had death threat before Gupta expose: paper

South African police launch graft probe into Zuma son, Guptas

Hawks to investigate President Jacob Zuma's son and the Guptas.
Caixabank and Angola's dos Santos thrash out BPI deal -sources

Caixabank and Angola's dos Santos thrash out BPI deal -sources

Portugal's securities market regulator suspended trading in BPI shares earlier on Tuesday, pending an announcement, but the sources said a deal was still in the works and gave no estimate on when it may be completed.
Africa and West at odds over disputed Zimbabwe election

Zimbabwe to ban foreign firms in breach of local ownership law

Zimbabwe had given foreign-owned firms a March 2016 deadline to submit plans on how to comply with empowerment law.
We can't pay: Zimbabwe farmers resist compensating evicted white landowners

We can't pay: Zimbabwe farmers resist compensating evicted white landowners

Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union says new farmers would not be able to pay compensation to evicted white farmers.
S.A's President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address 2017

S.A's President Jacob Zuma reinforces his power

The battle lines have been drawn between the Guptas and the African National Congress.
S.A's President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address 2017

ANC has full confidence in S.A President Zuma and Finance Minister...

Full ANC NEC statement discusses economy, local government elections, Guptas, spat between finance minister and public agencies.
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