[RFI] Thousands of Zimbabweans are facing eviction as another Chinese investor prepares to take over a mine-rich village on the outskirts of the capital Harare.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government today has issued an advance payment amounting to $309.645 million (Sh688 billion) to Egyptian company- Arab Contractors for the construction of the 2, 115 MW Stiegler’s Gorge Hydropower project on Rufiji River.
[East African] The UK will host arbitration talks in case of disputes arising out of the East African crude oil pipeline project, ending months of haggling between the governments and oil companies.
[Dalsan Radio] A Flurry of exits by exploration firms threatens to burst Kenya’s oil bubble.
[News24Wire] The commission of inquiry into state capture on Tuesday heard how the Bosasa group, now known as Global African Operations, used a dormant company to increase its costs and to address the assessed loss of millions of rands, for tax purposes.
[ANGOP] Luanda -A solar energy project, valued at USD 33 million, begins to be implemented in 2020 in the province of Namibe, announced today the chairman of the board of the National Fuel Company of Angola (Sonangol), Carlos Saturnino.
[News24Wire] Former ANC treasurer general Zweli Mkhize has admitted that the party accepted donations from Bosasa despite public allegations of corruption, including paying bribes for tenders shrouding the Krugersdorp-based firm.
When you said “steel”, someone misheard NOTHING SEEMS awry on arrival at the Ajaokuta Steel Company near Lokoja in central Nigeria.
[News24Wire] Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane’s office says it knows nothing about claims implicating her in testimony before the state capture commission of inquiry and says it will be “impolitic” to engage reports claiming otherwise.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa received a boost Monday after Russian diamond giant Alrosa – the world’s biggest gem producer – confirmed its return to Zimbabwe.