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    Zimbabwe bars unvaccinated civil servants from work

    HARARE, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe will bar unvaccinated government workers from reporting for duty from Monday as part of efforts to fight COVID-19,...

    Three detained in Egypt after coronavirus vaccines found dumped

    CAIRO, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Egypt's public prosecution said on Sunday it had ordered the arrest of three people after thousands of unused COVID-19...

    Madagascar prays for rain as U.N. warns of ‘climate change famine’

    AMBOASARY SUD, Madagascar, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Some days, all Tsimamorekm Aly eats is sugary water. He's happy if there's a handful of rice....

    Low-income countries’ debt rises to $860bn in 2020- World Bank report

    By Folasade Akpan Abuja, Oct. 12, 2021 Low-income countries’ debt rose by 12 per cent to 860 billion dollars in 2020, the International Debt Statistics...

    IMF cuts global growth outlook as supply bottlenecks hobble pandemic recovery

    By David Lawder WASHINGTON - Persistent supply chain disruptions and pricing pressures are constraining the global economy's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the International...

    Africa needs $290bn funding to boost economic revival

    Sub-Saharan Africa needs significant additional funding to counter damage wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, bolster its economic recovery prospects and mitigate threats posed by...

    Multinationals Mining Tax Avoidance Costing SS’Africa $600 Million a Year – IMF

    ANALYSIS By Ed Stoddard Profit-shifting, capital flight and tax havens have emerged as major issues in recent years. Extractive industries have long been regarded by activists...

    Sub-Saharan Africa GDP to grow 3.3% this year, 3.5% in 2022 -World Bank

    NAIROBI, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Sub-Saharan Africa's economy is expected to grow by 3.3% this year and 3.5% in 2022, buoyed by rising commodity...

    Senegal records fewest daily COVID-19 cases since outbreak began

    DAKAR, Oct 4 (Reuters) - Senegal on Monday logged only two new daily COVID-19 infections, the lowest number since the pandemic reached the country...

    South Africa tells Western envoys it needs funds to shift from coal

    JOHANNESBURG, Sept 29 (Reuters) - South Africa told visiting climate envoys from the United States, Britain, Germany and France that it needs major financial...

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