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Zambia’s central bank cuts lending rate by 50 bps to 9.75 per cent

Zambia’s Central Bank has cut its benchmark lending rate by 50 basis points to 9.75 per cent on Wednesday, citing lower consumer inflation and weaker economic growth.

African economic redemption: Chimera or hope?

Now they have developed to technologies for communications, Google, Facebook, YouTube, Uber, etc. all depending on our own fascination and should I say closeness and obsession with the use of the smartphones, the owners of these technologies rely on a simple fact, that algorithm was the answer to all problems.

Traders trying to extract copper from cables caused Owerri market fire – Police

A midnight fire outbreak on Wednesday engulfed the Owerri new market on Douglas road in Owerri, Imo State, causing some traders who had gone home to rush back to the market to secure their goods.

DRC opposition chief Moise Katumbi plans December return to face ‘scared’ Joseph Kabila

Moise Katumbi, exiled opposition leader and presidential hopeful of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), says he will return to the country in December this year to participate in elections.

Nigeria produces less than 3% of potential honey output

An official of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development says the country cannot export honey because it produces less than three per cent of its current needs.

Niger can feed Africa – Osinbajo

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo says that Niger has the capacity to produce assorted food crops that will feed the African continent.


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Rex Tillerson bids farewell to US State Department

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Defiant Shinzo Abe hits back over scandal as support plunges

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