An International Monetary Fund team is expected in Zambia next week as part of consultations on the country’s debt levels, Treasury secretary general Fredson Yamba said on Monday.
Swiss authorities have released around $60 million of funds seized in an investigation into the suspected laundering of money diverted from Angola’s sovereign wealth fund and its central bank, federal prosecutors said on Friday.
ProVia, the safety-focused and reliable budget parts aftermarket brand for commercial vehicle braking systems, today announced its launch in 10 countries across the Southern African region, expanding its availability to 55 countries world-wide, just two years after it was first introduced by WABCO in 2016.
Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) Head of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Jerome Mutumba, has announced that the bank will visit larger centres in Kunene to stimulate demand for development finance.
Economics Lecturer Dr Lubinda Haabazoka says Zambia should shelve its plans of getting an economic bailout package from the International Monetary Fund.
Duduzane Zuma, the son of scandal-plagued former South African president Jacob Zuma, has had his corruption case postponed to January 2019.
Mozambique's Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced on Wednesday that the 10th cultural festival to be held in the northern Mozambican province of Niassa will be dedicated to hail social values and reflect on peace and national unity.
Limpopo MEC for Sports, Arts and Culture Onicca Moloi has officially resigned, after she posted "insulting" messages on Facebook, which were slammed by her party, the ANC in the province.
President Peter Mutharika has dismissed reports that accuses him of fraudulently benefiting from K2.8 billion government contact, calling it “fake news” as part of a ploy to smear him ahead of a national election next year.
Madagascar will hold a presidential election on November 7, the prime minister said Friday, after street protests and a political crisis that forced the appointment of a caretaker government.
Malawi must urgently overhaul its criminal justice system to protect people with albinism who risk mutilation and murder for body parts that are prized in black magic, rights groups said on Thursday.