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Ghana probes cause of quarry explosion that killed five

Investigations have begun into the cause of a quarry explosion that killed 5 people including a Chinese national in Ghana's western region. Ghana’s Minerals Commission...

Africa-Singapore bilateral trade growth hits 15% per annum

Economic relations between Singapore and Africa continue to expand, as bilateral trade in goods grew by around 15% per annum between 2019 to 2022,...

Mozambique to host 2023 BFSI conference in September

Mozambique is set to host this year’s Conference on Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance Sector, next month. The event scheduled for September 13 and 14,...

Restrictions on a bad credit score

The credit rating is one of the key indicators of the financial reliability and discipline of the borrower. A negative credit score can cause...

How Did the National Credit Act Make Lending Safer for South Africans?

It’s true that not all debt is bad debt, but unregulated debt always is. With household debt levels rising in South Africa as a...

World Bank won’t lend to Uganda over anti-LGBTQ law

The World Bank has said it won't provide new lending to Uganda as it takes action against the government for passing an anti-LGBTQ law. Uganda's...

What African Traders Need to Know About Automated Trading

In 2020, the East African stock market automation project went live. Before that, those who wanted to trade local shares would need to claim...

Over 500 business and govt leaders to attend 7th Africa Singapore Business Forum

Enterprise Singapore (EnterpriseSG), the government agency championing enterprise development in Singapore, has announced dates for the 7th edition of the Africa Singapore Business Forum...

Africa50 General Shareholders Meeting opens with a forum in Lomé

The Africa50 Infra for Africa Forum kicked off on Monday morning in Lomé, Togo, with a landmark signing of an asset recycling agreement. Asset Recycling...

Ukraine war triggers surge in food and fuel prices in marginalised communities

The cost of food, fuel and fertiliser in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities is continuing to escalate to crisis levels since Russia’s...

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