Johannesburg – Towering piles of oil, tyres, biscuits, microwaves and toilet paper filled a small and damp Johannesburg basement – all destined for Zimbabwe. The items are loaded onto trailers attached to minibuses which make the 550km journey north to the border.
Prinesha Naidoo, Bloomberg Central bankers in Africa’s largest economies will consider very different conditions when deciding on interest rates over the next seven days than they did two months ago, and will mostly come to the same conclusions. Since the Monetary...
Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban   Ghana’s parliament has passed into law the Right To Information, RTI, bill, as at Tuesday evening according to an influential local media outlet, the Multimedia Group. The bill which is meant to allow citizens access to a certain...
Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban  Sudanese information minister says the country is suffering a crisis that is economic in nature contrary to claims that it was in a state of political crisis. Information Minister Hassan Ismail is quoted by Reuters as saying:...
By Brendan Umoren The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has hinted that inflation has seriously affected the purchasing power of the N30,000 national minimum wage, recently passed by the Senate. While commending the recent approval of the N30,000 minimum wage,...