The navy training ship seized by the Ghanaian authorities earlier this month has received orders to evacuate the over 300 sailors on board. The ship has been in the possession of Ghanaian authorities since October 2 due to the Argentine’s debts.

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"?

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