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South Africa’s finance minister not guilty – Chief prosecutor

South Africa’s finance minister not guilty – Chief prosecutor

South Africa's chief prosecutor has dropped fraud charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Mr Gordhan had described the allegations as without merit and politically motiva ...

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Hyena hired to violate virginity of over 100 girls found guilty – Malawi

Hyena hired to violate virginity of over 100 girls found guilty – Malawi

A Malawian court has ruled that a man paid to deflower over 100 girls, has defied the laws of the country and has a case to answer. According to the court, Hyena Eric Aniva, was g ...

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Huawei and music merchants to grow the digital economy in Africa

Huawei and music merchants to grow the digital economy in Africa

Huawei signed music cooperation contracts with global and local music vendor during the Huawei Southern Africa Partner Summit held at the Huawei Innovation & Experience Centre ...

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Samsung seeks to come back stronger after latest crisis

Samsung seeks to come back stronger after latest crisis

Samsung Electronics will use its most recent crisis as a catalyst for a new start as the company faces numerous risks it has never experienced before. Samsung has been in crisis s ...

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BP cutting costs again amid low turnover

BP cutting costs again amid low turnover

BP, which plans to lay off around 7 000 workers by the end of next year, said it was expecting further charges related to redundancies and other restructuring measures next year, ...

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Ecobank to close nine branches in Kenya by April 2017

Ecobank to close nine branches in Kenya by April 2017

Pan-African lender Ecobank will be closing nearly a third of its branches by end of April next year as it seeks to push business through digital channels. Ecobank said the downsca ...

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