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?

Sudan: Shamed Ugandan traditional healers seek compensation

Ethiopia gets multi-million dollar fund to boost coffee production

Crisis hits Air Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe to adopt Chinese currency?

Ethiopia introduces its first one birr coin

The plight of the Tenant in Ghana

How not to rebrand Nigeria

Ethiopia Insurance Corporation struggling to compensate Ethiopian Airlines

Ghana’s protectionist and anti-business clampdown

South Africa: ANC to split?

Zimbabwe: Vices and virtues of a multi-currency economy

South Africa: The fat paycheck that caused national uproar

IT Outsourcing: Africa, the new garden of Eden

Sudan: IMF Executive Board Concludes 2010 Article IV Consultation

Ethiopia: European Investment Bank’s clarification of involvement in Gibe 3 project

Ethiopia allocated €15 million by EC

IFC Supports Better Investment Climate and Small Businesses Growth in Lesotho

MobiCash: A new money transfer service for Moroccans

Zimbabwe: Mugabe rejects western assistance

Sudan: Khartoum rejects South Sudanese oppression claims

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