Business: Ethiopia names technocrats, new ministers in reform government

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn swore in a group of technocrats and new finance and foreign ministers on Tuesday in a reshuffle meant to respond to grievances behind six months of violent protests.
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Iraq is committed to respecting its reduced oil production quota as agreed with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other exporters, Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi told a news conf
Crocodile farmer, Padenga anticipates strong sales volumes driven by higher sales volumes of the reptile's skins which are expected to rise to 46 000.
A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers released on SA’s entertainment and media industry forecasts the sector’s total revenue to reach R177.9bn by 2021
South Africa’s rand headed to the long weekend on a firmer footing supported by both the US Federal Reserve Bank and the SA Reserve Bank.
With World Environmental Health Day coming up on Tuesday, Budget Insurance has advised on eight ways to protect the planet and your pocket.
Millions of South Africans will be uniting around braais today to celebrate Heritage Day, which businesses have found difficult to exploit for profit.
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Speaking in Meru town, county police Commander Nelson Taliti said in a span of four weeks five people have been murdered while three have committed suicide after row over land.
When suppliers put a foot down and turned Nakumatt and Uchumi supermarkets' shelves empty, they were rightfully agitating for a monumental Sh40 billion debt.
The airstrip had been neglected until February 2016, when it was re-opened for commercial flights after refurbishment by the county government.
Should you feel the urge to download and install a less-known mobile application from Google Playstore, just be cautious.
An initiative to set up an African mineral resource classification system to harmonise exploitation across the continent, is now underway.
The disruption of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will change every facet of work and life over the coming decades.
Environment Minister Tarek Khatib announced the reduction of bank guarantees for marble, granite and stones companies, according to a statement released by the minister’s media office Saturday.
Gavin Matthews, a young farmer from Estcourt won the livestock auctioneering show in the Free State.
Dame Nemat Shafik takes on the University director position, foregoing the Deputy Governor position at the World Bank.
The DTI together with liquor industry role players have committed to pursuing an inclusive and transformed liquor industry agenda.
Whatever people are saying, deciding to move your money offshore should be approached as unemotionally as possible.
The Constitutional Council decision to rescind the tax hike law has put the government in an unenviable position and may force it to weigh more options to finance the salary scale for civil servants a
A Lebanese startup that tracks customer shopping behavior through close-circuit television will head to Switzerland to compete for $1 million in investments.
Smallholder tea farmers under the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) have earned a total Sh78.3 billion in revenue from the sale of tea during the 2016/17 financial year.
To avoid catastrophic failure, get everything right from planting to maintainance, harvesting and marketing
A Rwandese who came to Lodwar from Kakamega in 2012 as a volunteer due to a shortage of priests, the man of cloth has transformed his compound into a model farm.
Some of the issues to be sorted out include commercial agreements with other airlines.
Event to be held in 2021 has potential to boost business and tourism.
Eighty-nine per cent of people in the US use taxi hailing apps, with Uber being the most popular despite its scandals around the world, according to a new survey.
Output cuts by Opec and other oil producers are clearing a supply glut that has weighed on crude prices for three years, ministers said at a meeting on Friday to review the pact that expires in March
South African finance minister says KPMG should be probed by law enforcement agencies.
Greenpeace activists boarded a ship on its way to Britain in an attempt to stop a consignment of Volkswagen diesel cars being imported from Germany.
Google is biting off a big piece of device manufacturer HTC for $1.1bn (R14.6bn) to expand its efforts to build phones, speakers and other gadgets.
Mark Zuckerberg has been utterly unable to avoid what’s become a second full-time job: managing an escalating series of political crises.
Trencor's share price moved into positive territory despite the group releasing a trading update in which it expects to report losses.
The airline says it will cancel as many as 50 flights a day for six weeks because it “messed up” when scheduling crew holidays.

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