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    South Africa’s tax revenue down $711 million, to worsen once COVID-19 relief measures commence

    CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa’s tax commissioner said on Thursday year-to-date revenue collection was already down 13 billion rand ($711 million), and was...

    Kenya’s economy to rebound in 2021 – central bank governor

    George Obulutsa NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya’s economy is expected to rebound next year, while its current account deficit will narrow slightly, the central bank governor...

    South Africa takes painful first steps towards reopening battered economy

    Nqobile Dludla, Emma Rumney, Promit Mukherjee JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa took its first shaky steps towards rolling back one of the world’s strictest COVID-19...

    UN launches COVID-19 aid flights to vulnerable developing nations

    LIEGE, Belgium (Reuters) - The U.N. World Food Program on Thursday sent a first plane loaded with medical supplies for developing nations especially vulnerable...

    Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen linked fo Fela Kuti dies aged 79

    LAGOS, May 1 - Nigerian drummer and composer Tony Allen, who worked closely with musician Fela Kuti as a pioneer of the genre, died...

    Hackers Just Sold 267 Million FaceBook User Profiles For $540

    Just a few days after exposing the sale of some 500,000 Zoom accounts for sale on the dark web, the research team at Cyble...

    South Africa considers selling ‘poorly functioning’ state-owned firms – finance minister

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni told lawmakers on Thursday the government was willing to sell cash-burning state-owned firms to ease...

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