economy

debt

Why Sierra Leone’s macroeconomic situation remains challenging

Sierra Leone’s macroeconomic situation remains challenging despite the bold and courageous policy measures taken by the new government.
Sierra Leone’s macroeconomic situation

Africa pledges to deliver a sustainable Blue Economy

The prospect of a fully sustainable Blue Economy for Africa gathered significant momentum following the second Africa Blue Economy Forum held in Tunis.
Eskom

Will a special bill save South Africa’s Eskom?

President Cyril Ramaphosa, has pledged the support of his administration towards Eskom stressing that the utility is vital to the South African economy.
debt

Big shift on how companies view volatility and debt

South African companies are conservative when it comes to debt, as the economy toughens many are looking at lending options to withstand volatility.
African Development Fund

Effects of China-America trade war haunt undiversified African economies

Africa's undiversified economies will come under pressure as current account balances deteriorate, currencies come under strain, prices go up and central banks push up interest rates.
genset

Global energy demand hits highest record by far in 2018

Global energy demand grew by 2.3% last year, driven by a robust global economy and stronger heating and cooling needs in some regions.
construction

Constructing an economy through skills transfer

The construction sector forms a big part of infrastructure development, but what happens to the growth of the economy when the construction sector faces drawbacks?

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