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Africa retailer Jumia suspends e-commerce in Cameroon

Online retailer Jumia Technologies said on Monday it had suspended its e-commerce platform activities in Cameroon because they were “not suitable” for the African...

Air Botswana to lay off half its staff

Botswana's national airline has unveiled plans to cut more than half of its staff as part of a restructuring plan that would transfer ground...

Drought threatens Namibia’s dairy industry

Namibia's ongoing drought has put the dairy industry under threat, with an official revealing Wednesday that milk production in the country had declined by...

MTN deal with Cell C sends Telkom stock price down 5...

South Africa’s MTN Group has signed an expanded roaming and services agreement with the country’s third-biggest carrier Cell C, MTN said on Monday, pushing...

Boeing says timing of 737 MAX return in hands of regulators

Boeing moved on Saturday to ease tensions with regulators over the return to service of its 737 MAX, saying it was up to the...

African airlines must focus on safety, cost-competitiveness – IATA

The African aviation industry needs to focus on safety, cost-competitiveness, gender diversity and opening up travel and trade on the continent. According to the International...

Preparations underway for inaugural Africa Netprenuer Competition

The stage is set for the first Africa Netprenuer Prize Initiative (ANPI) set to take place at the Accra International Conference Centre on the...

First cruise ship arrives in Tunisia since 2015

Amera, the first cruise ship to make a call at a Tunisian port since 2015, arrived on Thursday in Tunis with 1,090 passengers. According to...

Namibia to issue 5-year visa to South African business people

Namibian President Hage Geingob on Thursday announced that his government will issue five-year visas to South African business people. The decision followed complaints by some...

Senegal plans big bond sale as country’s debt price falls to...

Senegal plans to sell as much as 800 million euros ($880 million) of offshore bonds next year after yields on the country’s debt fell...
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