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Zambian economy on slippery slope
Zambian economy on slippery slope
In the face of spiralling debt, the Patriotic Front will struggle to take the next election
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
Our Ubuntu.Lab Hub and Reputation Custodians Network is in response to the reality that we human beings live in a world of competing narratives....
Angola's ex president steps down as party chief
Angola's ex president steps down as party chief
Angola's former president Jose Eduardo dos Santos on Saturday handed over the reins of the ruling MPLA party to President Joao Lourenco after...
Central Africa can benefit from BRICS partnership
Central Africa can benefit from BRICS partnership
This year’s BRICS summit has a uniquely African flavour, with representatives of the African Union (AU), African Development Bank, New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and the continent’s regional economic communities (RECs) all in attendance. Commitments to establish a...
Mozambique’s mysterious insurgency
Mozambique’s mysterious insurgency
Armed militants are burning villages and beheading civilians in northern Mozambique — and no one knows who they are, or what they want....
IMF sounds alert over debt in largest economies
IMF sounds alert over debt in largest economies
For the first time in years the International Monetary Fund is optimistic about global...
Post-colonial universities are trapped by their past
Post-colonial universities are trapped by their past
Professor Mahmood Mamdani returned to the University of Cape Town (UCT) on August 22 to deliver a lecture on Decolonising the Post-colonial...
Why SA should consider help from the IMF to fix the economy
Why SA should consider help from the IMF to fix the economy
The prognosis that the South African economy is...
Will Eskom drive us into IMF’s arms?
Will Eskom drive us into IMF’s arms?
If scandal-hit Eskom is not in as good financial health as it would like us to believe, South Africa could find itself closer to seeking an...
IMF head Christine Lagarde found guilty of negligence in French tycoon payout trial
IMF head Christine Lagarde found guilty of negligence in French tycoon payout trial
French judges found International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence on Monday for failing to challenge a state...

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