• France provides financial aid to DR Congo to assist the homeless persons
• The Global Fund Welcomes U.S. Budget Allocation of US$1.05 billion for 2011
• Zambia: President accused of bill amendment to get money
• Finding Gaddafi’s hidden fortune
• Ethiopia, Nigeria, DRC to get increased aid from UK
• Egypt and Tunisia: Economic turmoil after revolution?
• Nigeria: Financial distrust threatens weak peace and civility in Niger Delta
• Namibia: Row over big presidential car expenses
• U.S. counterfeit dollar dealers arrested in Zimbabwe and Zambia
• Morocco: Government revises salary scales upwards, unions still dissatisfied
• Zimbabweans relive harsh memories of last Christmas
• South African military get heavy pay rise ahead of 2010 World Cup
• African Union: Experts Meet Ahead of the Extraordinary Conference of African Ministers of Economy and Finance
• Nigeria: Arrest of prominent politician; Opposition crackdown or justice?
• Ethiopia: Norway joins China in mega hydropower project
• Zimbabwe: Biti’s budget sees change for beer drinkers but not currency
• Nigeria pleased with efforts from European Union and Switzerland
• Zambia should raise electricity bills, says World Bank official
• Nigerian states to depend on state tax for budgets
• IMF Announces Sale of 2 Metric Tons of Gold to the Bank of Mauritius
• Ethiopia: Diaspora investment bond enhances economy
• Fuel Crisis-hit Malawi questions presidential jet purchase and Zimbabwe loan
• U.S. dollars and a world of proxy cocaine users!
• Ethiopian Ministers accuse Oxfam for inflating figures
• Africa: Foreign fishing fleets depleting a potential wealth resource
• New Ethiopian economic policy, a case of "robbing peter to pay paul"?