Zimbabwe to Pay $2 Billion to World Bank, AfDB, Ncube Says
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Zimbabwe to Pay $2 Billion to World Bank, AfDB, Ncube Says

Zimbabwe will clear almost $2 billion of arrears with the African Development Bank and the…

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SA on the brink of junk status
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SA on the brink of junk status

September 09 2018 – NEWS that the local economy is officially in recession places South…

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SA ‘s Spur group goes international
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SA ‘s Spur group goes international

September 09 2018 – THE Spur group plans to open its first ever restaurant in…

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Ethiopia to finally enjoy World Bank support
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Ethiopia to finally enjoy World Bank support

August 27 2018 – THIRTEEN years after donors suspended budgetary assistance to Ethiopia, the country…

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Consecutive fuel price increase show weak SA economy
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Consecutive fuel price increase show weak SA economy

July 26 2018 – THE four consecutive fuel price increases since April this year are…

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Zim to upgrade Beitbridge Border post
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Zim to upgrade Beitbridge Border post

July 12 2018 – ZIMBABWEAN President Mnangagwa yesterday commissioned the $241 million upgrading and modernisation…

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SA turns to Ghana to arrest crippling fuel hike
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SA turns to Ghana to arrest crippling fuel hike

July 05 2018 – THE The South African government is seeking to be part of…

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Ecocash glitch exposes Zim’s drive to go cashless
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Ecocash glitch exposes Zim’s drive to go cashless

July 6 2018- A TWO DAY crash in Zimbabwe’s mobile money system shows the vulnerabilities…

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Chamisa to peg Zim currency to rand
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Chamisa to peg Zim currency to rand

June 11 2018 – ZIMBABWE’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has vowed to revive the…

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SA ‘s rand tumbles to an all time low
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SA ‘s rand tumbles to an all time low

JOHANNESBURG. — South Africa’s rand slumped more than 2 percent to a near six-month low…

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