Six Nigerien soldiers were killed and 14 wounded on Monday night in an attack by "fifty" suspected jihadists on the military post of Blabrine (south-east Niger), near the border with Chad, the Ministry of Defence announced.
Burdened by rising production costs and poor availability of steel, SA’s steelmaking industry, which has been an exporter, has become a net importer as the sector reels from the closure of a number of plants, a report by the SA Iron and Steel Institute (SAISI) revealed.
London — Britain’s antitrust regulator is investigating Amazon for possibly restricting competition by giving its own sellers an unfair advantage in its marketplace over third parties, adding to global regulatory scrutiny of the US tech giant.
The company is eying regional markets including Kenya, Burundi, Northern Tanzania, DRC and South Sudan Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Uganda Clays Ltd will invest Shs 17.8billion to acquire more land with clays and boost production amidst the escalating competition in the baked...
Algeria, a major supplier of tourists to Tunisia, will reopen the land border between the two countries in mid-July. The border was closed in 2020 during the peak of Covid-19, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announced on Tuesday.
A Tunisian court on Tuesday froze the bank accounts of several of President Kais Saied's main opponents, including Rached Ghannouchi, head of the dissolved parliament and the Islamo-conservative Ennahdha party.
It is deeply distressing to read that Eskom has agreed to a wage deal it cannot afford. Its decision to sign such an agreement given the dire state of its finances is difficult to understand (“Eskom says unaffordable deal will add R1bn to wage bill”, July 5).