Nigeria: The big oil fix

Battling corruption and fuel shortages, the president must repair the state-owned group

Fuel shortages cripple Nigeria

Advisers to incoming president Buhari in talks on energy crisis

Underground at Great Noligwa

S Africa gold miners face tough pay talks

Producers fear industrial action after the platinum strike

South African miners have cut 35,000 jobs

Restructuring has cost one in 14 workers their job since 2012

Migrant journeys end in fetid Libyan camps

Hopes of finding a new life end under guard of security forces

Emaar Misr IPO seen as positive for Egypt

Stock market starts to recover from effects of political turmoil

Piraeus Bank offloads Egyptian operation

Sale means rare piece of good news for Greek financial sector

De Beers Diamond sorting at Harry Oppenheimer House in Kimberley

De Beers to sell legendary Kimberley Mines

Decision ends 125 years of diamond history

South Africa considers Eskom stake sale

Task team to explore selling minority holding in state utility

Wiese’s path to South African retail king

Billionaire had humble beginnings and now caps a UK spending spree

Libyan patrols struggle to stop migrants

Officials say European policies hinder attempts to stop smugglers

S Africa’s Wiese enters UK retail fray

Tycoon snaps up majority stake in New Look

Platinum: tarnished

Smaller miners may be unprepared when demand recovers

Questions on Nigeria’s lost oil billions

Lines of investigation suggested by the PwC audit need to be pursued, writes Lamido Sanusi

SABMiller calls time on lager lout ads

Brewer targets women drinkers as strong dollar hits profits

SFO wins documents battle in BSGR case

Decision is setback for people linked to Steinmetz’s mining arm

Lonmin cuts 3,500 jobs amid platinum woes

Sector faces big industrial relations test in South Africa

Angolan industry counts cost of cheap oil

Orders fall as commodity-dependent government slashes spending

Angola activist fights alleged corruption

Journalist accused of defamation by generals loyal to president

Sainsbury chief fights Egypt jail ruling

Retailer rejects allegations by former partner in failed venture

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