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Cause for mass killings in Congo is mystery, but anguish is clear

Cause for mass killings in Congo is mystery, but anguish is clear

The resource-rich but deeply troubled Democratic Republic of Congo is the site of some of Africa’s longest-running conflicts — and the world’s largest peacekeeping mission. About ...

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Egyptian lawmakers criticise Sisi’s economic reforms

Egyptian lawmakers criticise Sisi’s economic reforms

A group of Egyptian lawmakers on Sunday criticized recent fiscal reforms enacted by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government, especially subsidy cuts to fuel and electricity. T ...

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Zimbabwean president considers tax incentives to entice investors 

Zimbabwean president considers tax incentives to entice investors 

President Mnangagwa has asked Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa to consider tax incentives and tax holidays for foreign investors to encourage investment an ...

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South Africa plans 5% black ownership in mining

South Africa plans 5% black ownership in mining

South Africa plans to raise black ownership at permit-holding mining companies to 30 percent from 26 percent within five years, the latest draft of a hotly-contested new industry ...

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