Huge anti-government demonstrations planned in Mozimbique's capital Maputo.
S.Africa's banks will find it tougher to turn a profit as the economy remains feeble for the next few years
The IMF said last week Mozambique had admitted to having more than $1 billion of undisclosed debt.
Aiming to increase efficiency and profitability.
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Mozambique provided guarantees on loans to state firms Proindicus and Mozambique Asset Management to protect national infrastructure.
Based on what the leader of the radical Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party told Al Jazeera.
This is a joint venture between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the African Development Bank, the European Union, Sweden and the World Bank.
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The report shows that in the 22 years of the countries democracy, racial dynamics at top management level remain largely unchanged with only 14 per cent of black Africans holding senior management positions.
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Impala Platinum posted a 17 percent rise in production in the quarter to the end of March thanks to a 71 percent rise of output at Zimplats.
African National Congress to sue opposition politician Julius Malema for threatening to remove President Zuma's government with guns.
Dabengwa quit in November after Nigerian authorities imposed a $5.2 million fine on MTN's Nigerian unit in October.
Among other things, Morata is said to be in the country to carry out preparatory meetings for the Economic Forum "Discover Angola", to be held in Valencia.
The Gupta family has been at the centre of controversy in South Africa with allegations including state capture.
Zimbabwean tobacco farmers hit by El Nino's scorching heat and lack of rain are reeling.
Famous Brands will take a 51 percent stake in Lupa Osteria, an Italian restaurant business.