As Nigeria's gasoline debt hits $6 billion, some traders back out, say sources

Fresh fuel queues have already started to form in Lagos this week.
By Reuters Jul. 4, 2024

ATIDI eyes US$1 billion capital to cover more risks

Zimbabwe is among the 24 countries that are shareholders of ATIDI after joining the Nairobi-headquartered institution in 2016. 
By Ndamu Sandu Jul. 1, 2024

2 Egyptian visitors detained for 30 days without cause

Elgamal and Foudza had entered the country lawfully through the Beitbridge Border Post, but were detained without charge until April 6.
By Staff Reporter May. 13, 2024

Jews and food: The passover connection

Eating most powerfully gives us the opportunity to feel a direct connection with God.
By Dina Coopersmith Apr. 28, 2024

What are the most popular online slot themes?

Let’s explore the most sought-after online slot themes that continue to attract gamers.
By Newsday Mar. 15, 2024

Zambia’s UCF plans US$700m investment in Zim’s fertiliser sector

The interest by UCF comes on the back of plans by an Egyptian tycoon Sherif El Gabaly to invest in the local fertiliser sector.
By Business Reporter Dec. 13, 2023

Egyptian cement firms eye local market

While the KCL’s plants have since come back online, cement prices still remain high.
By Blessed Ndlovu Nov. 24, 2023

Zim eyes US$20m deals at IATF2023 …As biennial trade fair begins

IATF2023 is jointly organised by Afreximbank in collaboration with Egypt, the African Union Commission, and the AfCFTA Secretariat to boost intra-African trade.
By Ndamu Sandu Nov. 9, 2023

Police stop teachers’ Palestine solidarity march

The teachers union wrote a letter to the police on October 17 notifying them of their intention to hold a solidarity march in accordance with clauses 6 and 7 of the Maintenance of Peace and Order Act.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Oct. 24, 2023