Barrick suspends output at Zambian mine

Workers at a Vedanta smelting plant in Kitwe in Zambia

Miner says changes to tax regime forced it to stop work at Lumwana

Aim company gains cross-listing in Kenya

Oil group Atlas Development & Support Services seeks more investors

Nigeria tycoon pumps $2bn into refinery

Dangote raises investment to $11bn despite looming slowdown

Tragedy analogies will fail to win trust

Questionable remarks reinforce view bankers remain detached from ordinary people

Steinmetz group sues UK home secretary

Legal move relates to alleged corruption involving BSGR in Guinea

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Investec sorry for ‘I can’t breathe’ note

StanChart research headlined with Eric Garner’s words

Libya’s divisions pave way for oil tussle

Chaos exacerbated by dual governments and central banker rivals

M&A speeds up in race for African market

Recent $8bn in deals reflects appetite to tap into consumer base

Oil currencies: let them fall

The right thing is always the hardest thing to do

City/Brexit / BG / Dragon Oil

It is encouraging to see heavyweights backing an under-represented cause

Brewer sweet on Africa’s soft drinks market

Bottling deal with Coke gives brewer greater exposure to fast-growing market

SABMiller and Coca-Cola toast Africa deal

Drinks groups to merge bottling operations in 12 countries

Bob Diamond sees chance in banks’ retreat

Opportunities appear as global lenders move ‘off the stage’

Ramaphosa to divest stake in Shanduka

South Africa’s deputy president exits to avoid conflict of interests

US advances Guinea corruption probe

Authorities obtain permission to seize assets of dictator’s widow

Carlyle invests in South Africa

Buyout house takes stake in Johannesburg tyre and parts retailer

Steinhoff: Africa in Europe

Buying Pepkor is a departure for South Africa-based group

South African retailers in $5.7bn deal

Furniture group Steinhoff to buy retailer Pepkor in one of continent’s biggest acquisitions

Goldman to disclose profit on LIA trades

Court told bank took advantage of Libyan wealth fund’s naivety

Mota-Engil Africa lists in Amsterdam

African arm of Lisbon-based group expects to increase free float

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