April 02

April 01

  • Passage to Africa [analysis]

    Africa In Fact

    Families of Indian origin control some of Africa's largest companies and three of the continent's richest men are Indo-African. Read more »

  • Atrocities Fuelled By Inaction On Arms Trade Treaty Promises [press release]

    AI London

    At a Glance Read more »

  • EU-Africa Summit to Debate Free Trade

    Deutsche Welle

    EU and African leaders from 80 states are poised to meet in Brussels for a two-day summit as a deadline for tariff-free trade agreements draws near. Presidents Jacob Zuma and... Read more »

  • 'Cheap' Cement Imports Hurt Domestic Producers

    Daily News

    LOW priced imported cement has continued to bedevil locally produced products, despite the rise in demand. Read more »

  • Blantyre Vendors for Realistic Promises

    Malawi News Agency

    Blantyre Vendors Union (BVU) has asked parliamentary and local government aspirants to consider promising realistic things during campaign period. Read more »

  • DTI Destroys 'Unsafe' Goods Worth R8 Million

    SA Info

    South Africa's Department of Trade and Industry oversaw the destruction of more than 300 000 non-compliant products valued at R8-million, in Pretoria on Monday. Read more »

  • Big Opportunities in China's 21st Century Silk Road Strategy [analysis]

    Capital FM

    China's National People's Congress, the highest organ of state in the world's most populous nation and second (and growing) biggest economy, recently held two annual sessions in... Read more »

  • China, Nigeria Trade Volume Hit U.S.$13.5 Billion in 2013

    Daily Trust

    The trade volume between China and Nigeria as at 2013 is put at $13.5bn, an increase from the $7.7bn recorded in 2010. Read more »

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