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Zimbabwe bullies Zambia for a ten year old debt

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China warns Zimbabwe: We are not ’friends!’

False promises of Aid to Africa

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IMF Executive Board Completes Third Review Under the Extended Credit Facility Arrangement for Niger and Approves US$5 Million Disbursement

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Uganda Shilling dips against US dollar

Police warned not to collect taxes in South Sudan

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