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17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 Russian president claims Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa won a landslide victory in June 30, 2018 elections – the first post-Mugabe elections.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 The Reserve Bank is largely expected to keep interest rates steady this afternoon. The Monetary Policy Committee raised rates for the first time in over two years in November.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 Pension fund managers have drawn a line in the sand when it comes to government investments.The managers said they will oppose any move to force investment in state-owned companies.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address a team of delegates, who will be representing South Africa at the World Economic Forum. The breakfast meeting will take place in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 At least 890 people are believed to have been killed in ethnic violence in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo last month, the United Nations human rights office said on Wednesday.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 The Al-Shabaab jihadist group said Wednesday it carried out the deadly attack on a Nairobi hotel and office complex in retaliation for US President Donald Trump's declaration of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the SITE monitoring group said.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 Fifteen people have died in an Islamist attack on an upmarket hotel complex in Nairobi, Kenyan police sources said Wednesday, as fresh explosions and gunfire rang out in the siege which stretched into its second day.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 The failure of the department of water affairs to regulate itself has prompted the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and Water Shortage SA to lobby for the establishment of an independent water regulator.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 Amid continued uncertainties related to Brexit, Wesgro, the Western Cape's tourism, trade and investment promotion agency, is keeping a close watch on the implications for companies.
17 January, 2019
16 January 2019 Angelo Agrizzi, the former chief operations officer of controversial company Bosasa, says the company spent between R4m to R6m in bribes per month. 
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019   Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday called for calm as he vowed to tackle the "monumental task" of fixing the shattered economy that has sparked violent protests this week.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 The US embassy in Zimbabwe says it is "alarmed" by credible reports that security forces are targeting and beating activists and labour leaders. A local doctors' rights group says it has treated 68 gunshot cases.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 Government is pushing Eskom, the power utility with R419bn in debt, to present a credible turnaround strategy before the February 20 Budget presentation, a person familiar with the situation said.
17 January, 2019
17 January 2019 State-owned freight rail company Transnet has issued summons to former top executives it says are implicated in financial mismanagement with a view of recouping some of the squandered money.
10 January, 2019
10 January 2019 Zimbabwean doctors on Thursday ended a 40-day strike for better pay and conditions that crippled public hospitals without a deal on salary increases, their union said, but warned that members may not report for work daily due to acute fuel shortages.

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