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SA signs $14 billion trade contracts with China

SA signs $14 billion trade contracts with China

President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday that the South African government had signed several agreements, including memorandums of understanding (MOUs) on investments, amounting to $14.7 billion with ...

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New developments under way in Zimbabwe’s platinum sector

New developments under way in Zimbabwe’s platinum sector

Zimbabwe’s platinum sector has revived, staving off years of controlled greenfield as investors kick start new tasks to boost existing operations. The country’s industry is dominated by South African ...

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Nigeria opens new light railway network in Abuja

Nigeria opens new light railway network in Abuja

Nigeria has opened a new Chinese-built light railway network in the capital Abuja after 11 years of construction. A remarkable transport project in a nation where economic growth has been stymied for ...

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The reason ‘Captain Marvel’ is set in the 90s

The reason ‘Captain Marvel’ is set in the 90s

According to Marvel boss Kevin Feige, setting the Captain Marvel movie in the 90s allows the studio to ‘play’ in a new area. The 45-year-old studio boss has revealed the reasons behind the studio's de ...

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Kofi Annan delegation in Zimbabwe to engage political stakeholders

Kofi Annan delegation in Zimbabwe to engage political stakeholders

Former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan along with a team from ‘The Elders’ begin a three-day trip to Zimbabwe to engage political stakeholders ahead of general elections slated for later ...

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EU has penalised Google a record $5 billion over Android

EU has penalised Google a record $5 billion over Android

Google will be fined about 4.3 billion euros ($5 billion) by the European Union over apps for Android mobile devices, setting a record for antitrust penalties, according to a person familiar with the ...

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Nigeria make public new national airline

Nigeria make public new national airline

The government of Nigeria has officially launched a new national carrier, Nigeria Air. The move is the federal government’s attempt to revive a collapsed national flier, Air Nigeria. The name and logo ...

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Knowing Edgar Lungu – Zambia’s president

Knowing Edgar Lungu – Zambia’s president

The current president of Zambia, Edgar Lungu was born 11 November 1956 at Ndola Central Hospital. The landlocked country of Zambia has experienced rapid economic growth over the last decade as Africa' ...

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Mauritius is the richest country in Africa

Mauritius is the richest country in Africa

A report by the New World Health and AfrAsia Bank has put Mauritius in focus and said that it is the richest country in Africa. According to the report, Mauritius’ wealth has been primarily due to hav ...

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Commonwealth assembles Zimbabwe election observer team

Commonwealth assembles Zimbabwe election observer team

The Commonwealth has assigned a team to observe Zimbabwe’s forthcoming elections. Zimbabwe pulled out of the organisation made up primarily of countries that were once part of the British Empire in 20 ...

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