Date:Sep 24, 2021
Safaricom will increase its fifth-generation (5G) sites to 200 by the end of the year and commercialise the super-fast services in 2022.
Zambia's Finance Minister says talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are "very progressive".
Ethiopia and Kenya have finally sealed a deal for a free trade area projected to make cross-border business dealings easier.
The South African Reserve Bank has kept the repo rate unchanged at 3.5%, in line with economists' expectations.
Date:Sep 23, 2021
The new South African Airways (SAA) flights have returned to the skies after being grounded since 2020.
Vodacom Tanzania is eyeing to connect at least 90% of the Tanzania population with broadband Internet by 2024 as part of the telco’s rural coverage expansion drive.
Dr Patrick Soon-Shiong, the Founder of the multinational conglomerate, NantWorks, has partnered with local universities to improve research into diseases.
Namibia has detected a new strain of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in the country that has infected thousands of cattle, the Agriculture Minister said in a statement on Thursday.
Liberia has found a multinational steel company guilty of bad labour practices and ordered it to pay more than $300 000 in compensation to close to 500 former workers.
China Evergrande Group will make it a top priority to help retail investors redeem their investment products sold by the indebted property giant, its Chairperson said, as uncertainty looms over interest payment due for a Dollar bond on Thursday.