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Group Blames Twitter Preference for Ghana On Nigeria’s Poor Governance

The Integrity Friends for Truth and Peace Initiative (TIFPI) has blamed Twitter preference for Ghana over Nigeria in citing its African headquarters, as a...

Ghana’s farmers eye sweet success from chocolate

There is a lot of money in chocolate but the producers of the raw material see very little of it. Last year the retail industry...

Tanzania and Uganda sign $3.5bn oil deal

Uganda and Tanzania have signed three key agreements aimed at developing Uganda’s oil and gas industry, during Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s first trip...

Jack Ma’s Alibaba Hit With $2.8 Billion Fine For Abusing Its Dominant Market Position

Alibaba Group was hit with the highest-ever antitrust fine imposed in China when the country’s regulator announced on Saturday that it had slapped a fine of...

Dangote, BUA Row Spills Over to Sugar Business Amid Allegation of Policy Breach

The two business heavyweights have squabbled over multiple issues relating to their interests in cement and sugar. Aliko Dangote and Abdul Samad Rabiu, Africa's richest...

Nigerian Banks Deny Owing MTN Nigeria and Other Telcos

Nigerian banks are not indebted to MTN Nigeria and other phone companies for using telecommunication platforms to provide payment services, a bank chief executive...

Covid-19: Kenya added to UK’s ‘red list’ travel ban

The United Kingdom has banned people travelling from Kenya from entering England starting April 9 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.  Kenya is among...

World Bank: Nigeria exited recession earlier than expected

In its latest Africa Pulse Report for April 2021 titled, ‘COVID-19 and the Future of Work in Africa: Emerging Trends in Digital Technology Adoption’,...

Rwanda cushions ailing businesses with $350m economic recovery fund

Rwanda has unveiled an additional Rwf350 billion ($350 million) stimulus plan for its economy to support businesses hard hit by the pandemic, boost jobs...

CBN directs banks to begin scan-to-pay system

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has asked Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) to commence the adoption of the contactless payment service option. The NQR payment...
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