￼A dodgy tuna fish deal has created unsustainable debts for Maputo
The Bank of Ghana accepted 102 million cedis worth of bids for its debut seven-year bond at an average yield of 17.5 percent in a heavily oversubscribed issue on Thursday, the head of treasury said.
A number of Zimbabweans owe substantial sums of money for electricity they don't receive, while others get free electricity thanks to corruption at Zimbabwe's electricity utility company.
State owned Air Zimbabwe is now under judicial management and faces liquidation after its debts shot to $140 million.
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