SA, Chad sign bilateral agreement on aviation

Pretoria - South Africa and Chad have signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) which is expected to bring opportunities that will grow the aviation industry in both countries.

SA-Zim trade war: Time for WTO intervention?

The current dispute between South Africa and Zimbabwe relating to the latter’s import restrictions on groceries and other products such as building materials underlines the importance of a vibrant dispute resolution system in trade relations.

Sabir, Wilmar Wind-up Dispute Amicably

The nation’s largest civil suit claim between Sabir Argaw, the prominent local businessman, and his Singaporean partners involving 370 million...

SACU, EU trade dispute erupts

Gaborone - The European Union (EU) has filed a complaint against the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) for what it says is the imposition...

Sakunda sued for US$1,8 million

ENERGY firm, Sakunda Holdings — which is currently embroiled in a questionable tender deal linked to the Dema emergency diesel power plant — is being sued for US$1,8 million by local property developer, Augur Investments

Scandal hits ECG privatization

Chinese multinational company, BXC Consortium interested in the privatization and management of Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG)...

Settlement reached in Gecamines- Tenke time

The Democratic Republic of Congo has dropped its opposition to the sale of the Tenke Fungurume mine by Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) and Lundin Mining’s (TSX:LUN) to Chinese investors for $3.8 billion.

Shipping firm sued in sacking row

CMA CGM Kenya Ltd, whose parent company is based in France, allegedly arranged a trip for its former deputy chief financial officer...

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