Liquid Telecom buys Neotel from Tata

London-based group expands fibre cable network across Africa

Traffic to and from the city of Nairobi during peak evening rush hour. Photo taken on: October 22nd, 2015

Africa’s market a ‘giant waking up’

A growing middle class and big infrastructure projects offer promise for insurers

Investors launch Africa $3.3bn energy group

New company will have power to supply 30m people

SABMiller boss’s pay cut, but £55m awaits

Package hit by currency moves but AB InBev deal payday is coming

MTN appoints Rob Shuter as CEO

Ex-Vodafone and banking executive hired following Nigerian fine

Egyptians bank on property as pound slides

Investors clamour for real estate in face of struggling economy

Goldman case puts rare spotlight on bank

UK court hears lurid details in $1bn case brought by Libyan fund

Gold miners emerge as Brexit havens

Shares spike as price of shiny yellow metal hits two-year high

Law firm breached duty of care

Leigh Day transferred settlement without regard to fraud risk

Goldman ‘swarmed’ around Libyan fund

LIA placed ‘enormous’ trust and confidence in US bank as advisers

Zuckerberg initiative funds African start-up

Facebook chief’s charitable arm invests in engineer training group

Steinhoff considers bid for Poundland

Takeover would follow failed attempts to buy Darty and Argos

Prostitutes ‘procured’ to aid Libya fund links

Court told of ‘salacious’ texts in Goldman case

Goldman Sachs set for revealing LIA trial

Lawsuit will give glimpse into bank’s dealings with Libyan fund

Troubled Fastjet appoints new chief

Bezuidenhout is poached from South African airline to turn round airline

Credit Suisse and VTB probed over tuna bond

Swiss, UK regulators examine banks’ role in lending to Mozambique

Nigeria flies into more financial trouble

It is unclear who will come to the rescue

Investec: breaking point

A break-up might make sense, but only when the parts are in better health

Nigeria starts clean up of oil pollution

Move follows years of campaigning by the people of Ogoniland

Investec to boost its capital structure

Asset manager to place £143m of ordinary shares


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