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Pistorius to sell home where he killed girlfriend to pay legal expenses

Mar 20 2014

JOHANNESBURG Oscar Pistorius will sell the luxury Pretoria home in which he shot and killed his girlfriend to pay his legal expenses due to an unexpected delay in the trial, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Pistorius to sell home where he killed girlfriend to pay legal expenses

Mar 20 2014

JOHANNESBURG Oscar Pistorius will sell the luxury Pretoria home in which he shot and killed his girlfriend to pay his legal expenses due to an unexpected delay in the trial, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Pistorius to sell home where he killed girlfriend to pay legal expenses

Mar 20 2014

JOHANNESBURG Oscar Pistorius will sell the luxury Pretoria home in which he shot and killed his girlfriend to pay his legal expenses due to an unexpected delay in the trial, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Analysis - Decade after debt relief, Africa's rush to borrow stirs concern

Mar 18 2014

JOHANNESBURG Nearly a decade after Nelson Mandela and anti-poverty activists Bono and Bob Geldof persuaded the rich world to forgive Africa's crushing debts, many countries' debt levels are creeping up again, which could undermine the region's growth boom.

Analysis: Decade after debt relief, Africa's rush to borrow stirs concern

Mar 18 2014

JOHANNESBURG Nearly a decade after Nelson Mandela and anti-poverty activists Bono and Bob Geldof persuaded the rich world to forgive Africa's crushing debts, many countries' debt levels are creeping up again, which could undermine the region's growth boom.

Ecobank 'grew too fast', says top shareholder

Mar 12 2014

JOHANNESBURG Pan-African lender Ecobank grew too fast in a short space of time, its biggest shareholder said on Wednesday, potentially signaling a slowdown in the rapid expansion that has taken the financial institution to 35 countries.

Africa private equity deals reach five-year high of $1.6 bln in 2013-report

Feb 05 2014

JOHANNESBURG, Feb 5 Sub-Saharan Africa attracted $1.6 billion of private equity investment in 2013, the most in five years, with the East Africa region experiencing the biggest increase in deal activity, a survey showed on Wednesday.

South Africa was continent's top FDI recipient in 2013

Jan 28 2014

JOHANNESBURG, Jan 28 Foreign direct investment flows to Africa increased nearly 7 percent to an estimated $56 billion last year, nearly a fifth of which went to top recipient South Africa, a United Nations report said on Tuesday.

AFRICA INVESTMENT-Trading places: Nigeria-S. Africa GDP duel is not a zero sum game

Jan 23 2014

JOHANNESBURG, Jan 23 South Africa could soon lose its status as Africa's biggest economy to Nigeria, but in the race to be the continental powerhouse being biggest may not be everything.

South Africa mourns Mandela, will bury him on December 15

Dec 07 2013

JOHANNESBURG South Africans united in mourning for Nelson Mandela on Friday, but while some celebrated his remarkable life with dance and song, others fretted that the anti-apartheid hero's death would leave the nation vulnerable again to racial and social tensions. | Video

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