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South Africa's biggest gold producers have proposed new wage offers to mining unions. AngloGold and Sibanye Gold proposed to raise monthly pay for entry-level workers by 79 dollars annually for the three years started July 1st, 2015. CCTV's Angelo Coppola
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Various Chinese companies have participated in the 89th Agricultural and Commercial Show in Lusaka, capital of Zambia. The show with 50 year's history is one of the three biggest annual shows in the southern African country.
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Insurance companies in Uganda are taking advantage of the growing risk of cyber attacks to do business. Underwriters have designed policies to protect businesses from the costs of cyber crime. CCTV's Michael Baleke reports.
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Foreign owned Zimbabwean companies could be facing a further tax if a proposed empowerment levy to promote local control of foreign firms is pushed through. The Government says the 10% tax will fund community trusts to invest in businesses, but as Farai M
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Zimbabwe continues to tweak its indigenization laws; and the latest changes make it possible for companies to comply, without necessarily having to sell 51% of their shares to local entities. Announcements to that effect came from the Finance and Indigeni
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Another fuel crisis is looming in Nigeria. Truck owners have threatened to suspend the transportation of ALL petroleum products across the country. They claim they've been short-changed on their freight rate for the past five years.
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Zimbabwe will only issue mining rights to companies listed on the local stock exchange and will not allow the export of raw minerals without ministerial approval. According newly proposed laws, holders of mining rights would also be required to use banks
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In South Africa, some beverage companies are describing the government's proposed sugar tax as a disaster. This week Coca-Cola warned that 70-thousand jobs would be lost if the tax is implemented. The new levy was announced earlier this year and while it
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Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies in Egypt are being hammered by the floating of the Egyptian Pound. A policy which set limits on the prices of drugs is compounding the pain, by making domestic medicine manufacturing, non-viable. Some hospitals have