The gold producer said it expected headline earnings per share (HEPS) - the main profit measure in South Africa that strips out certain one-off items - to fall to between 164 and 179 cents in the year ended June 30, 2018, from 298 cents a year earlier.
JOHANNESBURG/CAPE TOWN - Opposition firebrand Julius Malema introduced a bill to nationalise South Africa’s central bank, raising pressure on the ruling ANC to go through with a plan it shelved this year and rattling markets wary of threats to the institution’s independence.
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa’s central bank said on Friday that a proposed amendment bill aimed at nationalising the institution would have no impact on its independence or primary mandate of price stability. South African Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago attends IMFC press conference during the
NAIROBI - For decades the Nairobi River has been besieged by the construction of buildings teetering perilously over its banks, bringing pollution, blockages and floods to the waterway that runs through the capital.
Feyisa Lilesa, Ethiopian long distance runner who took the country’s famed anti-government protest gesture to the Olympics has confirmed that he is now ready to return home.
International rights group, Human Rights Watch (HRW) have called on the Ethiopian government to arrest a rising spate of insecurity in the country.
Borno - Days after staging a revolt in northeastern Nigeria?s Borno State, troops engaged in Boko Haram combat have been tasked to remain discipline and to channel their grievances via the right quarters.
Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's electoral commission has tasked the United States to prove allegations it made on Wednesday, saying by-elections held on August 12 were marred by violence and intimidation.
Following a threat by FIFA to ban Ghana, the government on Thursday reached a deal with the global football governing body to clean up football administration in the country, effectiving shelving plans to dissolve its graft-ridden football federation.