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New Eskom boss under pressure to turn South Africa’s lights back on

Dan Marokane is about to tackle the hardest job in South Africa: getting the lights back on. As CEO of state power utility Eskom,...

Kenya’s Government Says it is Taking Steps to Ease Cost of Living

Kenya’s government says it is committed to building the economy by increasing revenue collection, reducing government spending, and ensuring the country can repay its...

NEC Begins Accepting Candidates’Nominations for 2024 Polls

The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has announced that it will start accepting nominations for the position of President and members of Parliament from May...

FIRS assures businesses of friendly tax policies

The Federal Inland Revenue Service has assured businesses in the country of a friendly tax administration. The Executive Chairman of FIRS, Dr Zacch Adedeji,...

SA to deploy 2900 troops to eastern Congo

South Africa will deploy 2,900 troops to help fight armed groups in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo as part of a...

Google’s Gemini AI chatbot takes on ChatGPT with paid subscription

Google has made Gemini the product and the model, as it says goodbye to Bard. Google has renamed its Bard chatbot Gemini after the...

MSME growth: banks, policy issues & the way forward

Small and Medium Enterprises have contributed significantly to the overall GDP growth of Ghana. It is believed to be the engine of growth as...

South Africa records 46 suspected cholera cases, five lab-confirmed cases

South Africa has recorded 46 suspected cholera cases and five laboratory-confirmed cases between January 1 and February 1, health minister Dr Joe Phaahla said...

Cancer cases will increase by 77% by 2050 – WHO

The World Health Organization, WHO, announced that in the year 2050, the number of cancer patients will have increased by 77%, compared to the...

How Africa states’ indebtedness, collapsing currencies could be fixed

Highly indebted African countries are facing stark trade-offs between servicing expensive debt, supporting high and growing development needs, and stabilising domestic currencies. Government debt...

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