In 2021, Nigeria's economy is projected to grow by 1.8% according to the world bank's baseline scenario. If the government fails to maintain recent macroeconomic and structural reforms, the pace of economic recovery could slow, and GDP growth may reach just 1.1 percent in 2021. Read more.
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The Governor of the Bank of Mozambique, Rogério Zandamela, met with ambassadors of the countries of origin of capital invested in the banking sector in Mozambique to share information on financial developments as well as on the economic prospects of the country. Read more.
The latest figures show that the agricultural sector accounts for 29.1 percent of GDP, 65.5 percent of employment for able-bodied Tanzanians, of which about 55 million Tanzanians currently live. Read more
The favorable economic environment and stability in the property sector has positive outcome to the local property sector value with the average price for residential properties 11% up to P800K, Market for office space remains weaker due to COVID-19 and Construction developments at Gabs CBD to unlock growth, economic development analysts have said. Read more.
Gaborone - Botswana Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Peggy Serame will table the country’s national budget in the next fortnight focusing on key sectors of education, health and infrastructure development. Read more.
Windhoek-Namibia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has improved by 1.6 percent, the latest financial statistics released by the Namibian Statistics Agency (NSA) here on Thursday shows. Read more.
Botswana is anticipating an economic growth of 9.7% by year end 2021, which is a reasonable increase as compared with the 8.8% in the same period 2020. Read more.
Malawi President Dr. Lazarous Chakwera’s urge for Malawians to diversify their economic activities from relying on agriculture to mining as the country’s source livelihood and economic development has excited artisanal small miners who have called on the government to hone their skills and marketing practices. Read more.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) executive board has approved $105 million under the Extended Fund Facility for Seychelles with an immediate disbursement of $34.26 million. Read more.