Zambia’s copper belt reels as price falls

Workers at a Vedanta smelting plant in Kitwe in Zambia

Businesses sacrifice margins and fear job losses

Nigeria tightens currency curbs

Naira now has a 2 per cent trading limit

Image ©Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 22/07/2014. Glasgow, Scotland. Founder of Nando's, Robert Brozin speaking during the Commonwealth Games Business Conference 2014 at Glasgow University. Picture by Andrew Parsons / i-Images
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A taste of the Nando’s secret sauce

The Johannesburg café that grew into a global chain

WorldRemit targets Africa with MTN deal

Tech group aims to secure a share of migrant remittances market

Oil’s dip puts brakes on Middle East IPOs

EY report suggests groups will be patient until markets stabilise

Ousted Ecobank CEO awarded $15m damages

Pan-African bank to appeal against Ivory Coast court decision

South Africa seeks mining champion

Minister wants new company as mining assets are sold or spun off

View of the BMCE Bank building, one of Morocco's biggest bank, in the business district of Casablanca, Morocco.
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Morocco looks south as Europe stagnates

Strategic location helps country to position itself as a gateway to Africa

Egyptian medical group to list in London

Integrated Diagnostics Holdings is expected to raise about £200m

Helios raises record $1bn Africa fund

Size of capital raising signals growing interest in continent

Ecobank: join the ecosystem

African lender needs to balance risk control with growth

Northam eyes place among top mining ranks

South African miner pins hope on consolidation opportunities arising from rivals’ woes

Nigerian consumer goods: luxury prices

Despite the potential it may be too early to get excited

Nigerian oil & gas: crude challenges

The US snub shows dangers of a petro-economy

Seplat and Afren in talks over oil merger

A deal would create a £1.8bn Nigeria-focused energy group

Billionaire fails to gag mine deal critic

Steinmetz loses key UK privacy law case against Global Witness

Barrick suspends output at Zambian mine

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

Remarks reinforce view bankers still detached from ordinary people

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