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Zimbabwe projected to achieve record cotton output

Zimbabwe is expected to exceed an initial projection of 150,000 tonnes of cotton produced this season making it the highest such yield in five...

Burundi suspends Africa’s only rare earths mining to make industry more...

The government of Burundi on Friday confirmed it has suspended the operations of several international mining companies, including the one that operates Africa's only...

Namibia cancels annual tourism expo as focus shifts to COVID-19 vaccinations

The organizers of Namibia's annual Tourism Expo, Namibia Media Holdings (NMH), for the first time in 23 years announced the cancellation of the 2021...

Angola’s U.S. dollar reserves sufficient for nearly one year of imports:...

Angola has an estimated $14.7 billion in international reserves, covering roughly 11 months of imports, the country's central bank chief said Wednesday. National Bank of...

Expert warns of future damage to South Africa economy due to...

The South African Property Owners Group (SAPO) estimates the recent unrest in South Africa could cost the country's economy 50 billion rand (2.9 billion...

Cape Town to build its own power plants to reduce dependence...

Cape Town is seeking to secure more than 450 megawatts of power from renewable sources to cut reliance on state power utility Eskom Holdings...

Zimbabwe’s economy projected to grow by 5.4% next year

Zimbabwe's economy is projected to grow by 5.4 percent next year, driven by growth in mining, manufacturing, and electricity sectors, the country's information minister...

Bitcoin falls below $30,000 for the first time in a month

A selloff in Bitcoin accelerated Tuesday, pushing it below $30,000 for the first time in about a month. The largest digital coin fell 3.6% to...

Kenya aiming to double geothermal capacity by 2030

When Kenya opened the Olkaria power plant four decades ago, it was seen more as a research project than a commercial venture. The facility...

Botswana to buy more small stock for farmers

Botswana, through its Economic Recovery and Transformation Plan, has set aside 700,000 U.S. dollars to purchase bucks and rams for farmers across the country...
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