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Zimbabwe could soon use livestock as loan security

By Reuters Zimbabwean entrepreneurs could soon use movable assets -- including livestock and vehicles -- to secure loans from banks, according to a bill brought...

UN’s Richard Munang becomes Africa environmental hero

By Christine Muchira UN Environment's Richard Munang Friday in Abuja received the prestigious African Environmental Hero Award conferred by the International Environmental Roundtable for Africa for...

Apple braces for first iPhone sales drop ever

By BBC. Apple has reported the slowest growth in iPhone sales since the product's 2007 launch and warned sales will fall for the first time...

Twitter shares soar almost 20% on takeover talk

By BBC Shares in Twitter jumped more than 20% after a report said the home of the 140-character tweet had received takeover approaches. Twitter, which has...

Britons face debt hangover in 2017

By BBC Many Britons will start 2017 with both a debt- and alcohol-induced hangover after using credit cards to fund Christmas celebrations, according to new...

Boeing halts test flight of new plane

By BBC Boeing has temporarily halted test flights of its new 737 MAX aircraft due to possible issues with the engine. The stoppage came days before...

Legal breakthrough for Google’s self-driving car

By BBC. Google's self-driving car system could soon be given the same legal definition as a human driver, paving the way for vehicles without steering...

Goldman in $5.1bn bond mis-sale deal

By BBC Goldman Sachs says it has reached a deal with US authorities over charges that it used fraudulent marketing material to sell mortgage bonds...

President Kenyatta hails stronger ties with France, China

President Uhuru Kenyatta Friday hailed the increased trade and stronger bilateral relationships Kenya has with France and China. The President made the remarks when he...

Coal set to resume long-term price decline

Coal prices' march to eight-month highs, driven by China's huge appetite for power consumption, looks like an interlude in a longer-term decline and is...
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