Economy

Volkswagen pitted against organic farmer in climate court clash

First it was oil giant Shell Plc, now it’s the turn of Europe’s biggest carmaker.

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Rand holds on to gains after lending rate hike

The Rand rose in early trade on Friday, holding on to gains made in the previous session after the central bank announced its biggest rise to the main lending rate in more than six years to rein in inflation.

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Nigeria treasury Chief suspended amid fraud claims

Nigeria has suspended indefinitely the country’s Accountant-General after he was arrested by anti-corruption investigators over fraud claims.

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Botswana plans to ban more vegetables over the next two years

Botswana’s government says it has no plans to lift its ban on vegetable imports, citing that it plans to expand its list, which comprises 16 vegetables, over the next two years.

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Liberia hosts AFROPAC virtual conference

A two-day virtual conference of African Organisations of Public Accounts Committees (AFROPAC) has kicked off in Monrovia.

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SA President urges joint forces to help forge business sector transformation

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on the Black Business Council (BBC) to join hands with the government in making sure there is maximum transformation in the business sector of South Africa.

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Egypt's wheat stockpiles will last four months: PM

Egypt has four months' worth of wheat in strategic reserve, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly has announced.

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Grindrod and partners create new export route for Botswana coal

Grindrod’s Matola terminal at the Port of Maputo says it has welcomed its second coal train from Botswana. The terminal also managed to successfully discharge the 50 wagons using the terminal’s tipplers.

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Tourism arrivals in Mauritius on rise in first quarter

The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) gears up for a busy summer season as the island records a surge in tourism arrivals during the first quarter of 2022.

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Workers at Indian-owned Mozambique coal mine on strike

Over 500 workers at a coal mine in Mozambique owned by a subsidiary of an Indian company have been on strike for a week, the company said in a statement on Tuesday, hurting coal production at a time of peak coal prices.

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