Over 20 Canadian companies exploring investment opportunities in Ethiopia

More than 20 Canadian companies representing from cleanTec and education are exploring investment opportunities in Ethiopia.Canadian Free Trade Agreement Promotion Division Director,...

Coronavirus: Much of ‘the world’s factory’ still shut

A large number of China's factories remain closed today even as millions of people to return to work after the Lunar New Year holiday...

African Union expresses solidarity with China in combating coronavirus

The African Union (AU) on Friday expressed solidarity with China in its fight to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic. "In the spirit...

Africa Delivers Largest Profits on Investment: Report

British companies have made bigger profits investing in Africa than in any other region of the world, according to a new report from the...

Egypt’s new banking law to boost development: Economic experts

When passed, the new banking bill will boost development in Egypt, being revolutionary in terms of dealing with the challenges that the fiscal and...

Coronavirus: Cathay Pacific asks staff to take unpaid leave

Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific has asked staff to take three weeks of unpaid leave to help it cope with the...

Leaders of 38 AU Member States Confirm Attendance

Some 38 leaders of member states of the African Union have confirmed attendance at the 33rd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Heads...

Coronavirus and oil: Why crude has been hit hard

The world's biggest oil producers could be about to slash output as they grapple with the fallout of the coronavirus.

Zimbabwe: Zim Davos Visit Lures Investors

Zimbabwe continues to use the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, to sell the country as an investment destination.

Gas pipeline in Egypt’s Sinai attacked, Israel imports unaffected

A group of attackers has blown up a gas pipeline in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula, security sources said on Sunday, but imports of gas from...

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Africa’s renewable energy capacity set for consecutive years of growth – Rystad

Africa’s installed capacity of renewable energy, which stood at 12.6 gigawatt (GW) in 2019, is set for consecutive years of growth, a...

G20 adopts a plan to reduce or reschedule the debts of deeply indebted poorer...

G20 leaders have endorsed a plan to reduce or reschedule the debts of poorer countries hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nigeria fastest growing economy in Africa despite recession: UK Envoy

The UK official appeared optimistic of Nigeria's economic prospects. The United Kingdom Trade Envoy to Nigeria, Helen Grant, on...