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24/09 Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco’s biggest lenders, reported on Thursday a 57.5% drop in first-half net profit attributable to shareholders to 1.2 billion dirhams ($130 million), citing a surge in pandemic-related. . .
23/09 Nigeria sold bonds on Wednesday
at yields lower than the secondary market despite double-digit
inflation, auction results showed, after an unexpected central
bank interest rate cut aimed at stimulating the economy.. . .
23/09 Nigerian President Muhammadu
Buhari has signed a long-awaited oil-reform bill and it will be
formally presented in the Senate as early as next week, four
sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.. . .
23/09 Glencore's head of Africa copper on Tuesday said its Democratic Republic of Congo subsidiary Kamoto Copper Company (KCC) is ramping up to full production and should produce 270,000 tonnes of copper. . .
22/09 Libya's National Oil Corporation
(NOC) said on Tuesday it was lifting force majeure at the
eastern Zueitina oil port after conducting security assessments
at the terminal and connected fields.. . .
21/09 Gold miner B2Gold on Monday
sought to reassure investors that Mali's political situation was
improving after a military coup last month hit shares in the
company and other Mali-focused miners.. . .
21/09 OPEC and its allies are watching
efforts to resume oil output in Libya very closely, OPEC sources
said on Monday, although producers should wait to see if there
is a sustainable restart before. . .
17/09 The International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday it had approved immediate disbursement of $1 billion to Angola under an existing program and increased its total funding access by $765 million to. . .
16/09 Ghana's economy contracted for the first time in almost four decades in the second quarter, by an annual 3.2%, as coronavirus restrictions stalled activity, the statistics office said on Wednesday.. . .
11/09 The regional ruling Tigray’s People Liberation Front have won elections in the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray, the election commission announced on Friday, as a showdown loomed between the region and. . .
10/09 The U.S development finance
institution has agreed to loan up to $200 million for a
gas-to-power facility in Mozambique and provide $1.5 billion in
political risk insurance to develop natural gas reserves in the
country's. . .
09/09 Ghana's consumer price inflation was at 10.5% year-on-year in August, compared with 11.4% in July, mostly driven by falling food prices, the West African nation's statistics office said on Wednesday.. . .
08/09 Angola's state auditor said some government-owned companies were a net drain on the finances of sub-Saharan Africa's third-biggest economy while oil giant Sonangol failed to report its results, state news agency. . .
07/09 Nigeria's increase in electricity prices and the deregulation of petroleum sector were crucial decisions taken at the start of year, a statement by President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday.. . .
05/09 Malawi's economy will contract 1.9% this year because of instability caused by a presidential election re-run and the COVID-19 pandemic, President Lazarus Chakwera said in a state of the nation address. . .
03/09 Private sector involvement in a debt relief scheme for African countries could prove positive in the long-run if it encourages investment and bolsters debt sustainability, Scope Ratings said in a report. . .
31/08 Sales of Zimbabwe's tobacco, the second largest foreign currency earner, fell 23.52% to 178.7 million kilograms this year, official data showed on Monday, after production was affected by lower rainfall.. . .
28/08 Guinness Nigeria slumped to an annual pretax loss of 17.07 billion naira ($45 million), its first in four years, hurt by writedowns and coronavirus-induced disruptions, sending its shares almost 9% lower. . .
28/08 Nigerian lawmakers have instructed the country's most senior accountant to investigate payments totalling $18 billion as dividends from Nigeria's investment in Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) between 2004 and 2019, a. . .
28/08 Kenya Airways expects
its full-year 2020 revenues to drop by between 60 billion
shillings ($555.30 million) and 70 billion shillings, higher
than its previous estimate, its chief executive said on Friday.. . .
27/08 Nigeria will resume international
flights from Sept. 5, the head of the aviation regulatory body
said on Thursday, marking a week-long delay to the resumption
date previously announced by the government.. . .
27/08 Uganda's coffee exports rose 17.2% in July from the same month last year, boosted by output from maturing new coffee trees and easing coronavirus restrictions, the sector regulator said on Thursday.. . .
26/08 Nigerian cocoa output is likely to
drop by at least 20% this season as measures aimed at curbing
the spread of the novel coronavirus and drier weather increase
the chances of a poor harvest,. . .
25/08 Cash-strapped South Sudan is
seeking a $250 million loan from the African Export-Import Bank,
the deputy minister of agriculture said, to implement a
long-delayed peace agreement, fight COVID-19 and support food
security.. . .
24/08 Nigeria's economy contracted by
6.1% in the second quarter of 2020 from a year earlier, the
statistics office said on Monday, with lockdowns in its two main
cities and low oil prices taking their. . .
24/08 French oil major Total has signed a security pact with the Mozambique government to protect a $20 billion natural gas (LNG) project being developed in the southern African country, the company. . .
22/08 Zambian President Edgar Lungu on
Saturday summarily dismissed central bank governor Denny
Kalyalya and replaced him with former deputy finance minister
Christopher Mphanza Mvunga, a statement from State House said.. . .
21/08 Purity Amleset Lakara has spent the year capturing armed poachers, running from an aggressive buffalo, and relaxing around a campfire reading "A Day Before my Wedding" as she prepares for her. . .
20/08 The world's two largest cocoa
producers, Ivory Coast and Ghana, have created a joint body to
improve coordination in research, price setting and the fight
against child labour, the Ivorian government said on. . .
19/08 The United Nations
Security Council on Wednesday condemned a mutiny in Mali and
urged the soldiers involved to immediately release all
government officials they had detained and and return to their
barracks without delay.. . .
19/08 Zambia's central bank cut its benchmark lending rate by 125 basis points to 8.0% to safeguard financial sector stability and protect livelihoods in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, it said. . .
13/08 KCB Group, Kenya's biggest bank
by assets, expects the proportion of loans it will restructure
due to effects of the novel coronavirus to hit 25% of its total
loans by December, its chief executive. . .
12/08 Kenya's KCB Group said on Wednesday its after-tax profit plummeted in the first half, hit by the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and that it expected strained business conditions for. . .
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