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Wed,21Feb2018

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South Africa/ Tourism needs to try harder

Beach huts at Muizenberg, Cape Town, where hotel occupancy is relatively high - MATTES René/hemis.fr

Despite its great potential for job creation, South Africa’s tourism sector has been hard hit by short-sighted visa policies and a cash-strapped domestic market

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Ethiopia's leadership race: the Oromo leader at the front

20181602-ethiopiaThe surprise resignation of Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has got some people looking at Oromo leader Lemma Megersa as a potential successor

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Oil and Gas: Kenya’s pipe dream

Turkana, in Kenya’s arid north, has the most to gain from an oil economy - Credits: TONY KARUMBA/AFP
President Kenyatta’s promises to turn Kenya into an oil-producing country before the recent elections have proved empty, revealing huge infrastructure gaps that will keep the project stalled for years to come

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Ethiopia's revolution at the top

18732.HRThe party of former premier Meles Zenawi is under unprecedented pressure as the country’s largest ethnic groups begin to bristle under Tigrayan dominance

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Nigeria's financial talent pushing through troubled times

TAR88 - PTW Nigeria
With exposure to problematic sectors like property, oil and power, Nigerian banks could do without a tumbling naira and a tough foreign-exchange regime.

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Nigeria's financial talent pushing through troubled times

TAR88 - PTW Nigeria
With exposure to problematic sectors like property, oil and power, Nigerian banks could do without a tumbling naira and a tough foreign-exchange regime.

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