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IMF says Zambia public debt rising at unsustainable pace

A woman sits in front of an IMF logo at the venue of the IMF and World Bank meeting, Oct. 10, 2012. Photo: Itsuo Inouye/AP/SIPAZambia's public debt is growing unsustainably, making the economy of Africa's No. 2 copper producer vulnerable to market swings and reversals in capital flows, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday.

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Liberia: What Hope for Human Rights?

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As the West African nation heads to the polls on 10 Otober to elect a new leader, human rights concerns that have long plagued the country remain

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Fortify Africa: Our new business imperative - Aliko Dangote

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The hunt begins for Africa's big data

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Streams of consumer data are showing banks where the money is. But, as the beneficiaries of the mobile boom, telecom companies have much more info about customers. Can the banks catch up?

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“We need to get into agriculture to diversify the income base of our country” - Herbert Wigwe

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Access Bank’s Herbert Wigwe says the Nigerian lender is leveraging digital technology to help customers disrupt traditional industry supply chains and capture more value for their businesses.

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Kenya's election: The fight of a lifetime

04082017kenyaKenya’s President Kenyatta is pulling out all the stops to beat opposition leader Raila Odinga in the 8 August election. Fears are mounting that violence could erupt, especially around local contests

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