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AfCFTA honours ex-Nigerien leader with a statue in Ghana

A bronze bust statue on a marble stone has been unveiled at a ceremony in Ghana's capital, Accra to honour former president of Niger,...

Abjel Communications is lead agency for Ghana Fintech Outlook 2021

Abjel Communications, one of the top 50 tech PR companies globally, has been chosen as the lead agency for the Ghana Fintech Outlook 2021, the most...

Commonwealth countries lose $345 bln in trade due to Covid-19

Commonwealth countries are estimated to have lost up to US$345 billion worth of trade in 2020, including $60 billion in intra-Commonwealth trade, according to 2021...

Botswana announces discovery of another huge diamond

Botswana has announced another discovery of a huge rough diamond, toppling an earlier huge discovery of the stone. The discovery on June 12 was carried...

Chatbots: The solution to SA’s service delivery woes?

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently said that communities and businesses are becoming increasingly intolerant of municipalities that can neither deliver basic services nor conduct...

ZEEPAY completes Series A fund-raise at $7.9 million

Leading Ghanaian Fintech Zeepay, has today announced completion of a USD7.9 million Series A.0 funding. The funding is a hybrid of both equity and balance sheet...

West African countries to adopt single currency in 2027

Ecowas leaders have agreed to now work towards launching a single currency by January 2027. The West African regional bloc had planned to adopt the...

Azimo offers free remittances amid gloomy World Bank predictions

Azimo, the digital money transfer service, is offering a fee-free transfer for all senders on June 16, the UN's International Day of Family Remittances,...

10 Best Profit-Making African Business Ideas

Despite the impact of the pandemic, the African economy is expected to increase this year, and the number of new millionaires on the continent...

IMF says Tanzania must publish Covid-19 data to get $574 mln loan

The International Monetary Fund has asked Tanzania to publish data on the spread of Covid-19 before getting approval for a $574 million emergency loan. Since...

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