JOHANNESBURG The surprise outcome of Congo's election - a vote meant to bring closure to years of turmoil under President Joseph Kabila - has done little to ease uncertainty for miners and investors in a country crucial to the electric vehicle revolution.
JOHANNESBURG South Africa's state asset manager has quietly bought up almost 90 percent of cash-strapped arms manufacturer Denel's bonds in the past 12 months, data from the country's main securities depositary showed.
PRETORIA Andre Kruger's stand at Africa's first ever cannabis exposition displayed an indoor growing tent, complete with state-of-the-art lighting imported from the United States and fittings for a high-tech hydroponic irrigation system. | Video
JOHANNESBURG Clickatell, which helps companies communicate with customers via mobile messaging platforms, is considering a public offering next year as it seeks to fund a rapid expansion of its services, founder and CEO Pieter de Villiers said on Tuesday.
PRETORIA South Africa's defence industry is facing a crisis as the state-owned arms maker Denel struggles to survive, and rapidly agreeing equity partnerships is the only way to save it, one of the country's top defence officials told Reuters.
PRETORIA, Nov 29 South Africa's defence industry
is facing a crisis as the state-owned arms maker Denel struggles
to survive, and rapidly agreeing equity partnerships is the only
way to save it, one of the country's top defence officials told
STELLENBOSCH, South Africa African countries are missing out on a boom in Asian tourism, mainly from China, and must ease visa and entry requirements to tap into a historic shift generating billions of dollars in revenue, government officials and industry leaders said.
JOHANNESBURG Loss-making South African arms maker Denel has a problem as it fights to survive. Its potential savior is Saudi Arabia, now drawing fierce criticism following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
JOHANNESBURG U.S. Deere & Co expects to see demand for its farm equipment in Africa grow 8 to 10 percent annually in the coming years, driven by expansion in key markets like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe, a local company executive said.
JOHANNESBURG, Nov 8 Morocco's Attijariwafa Bank
plans to launch a new acquisition push in Africa late
next year, starting with Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia, a bank
executive said on Thursday.