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31 Mar 2017
The Economists Corporate Network African Business Outlook Survey Report was released earlier yesterday.
30 Mar 2017
The first federal government savings bond was listed on the NSE on Wednesday.
30 Mar 2017
Access bank declares 65k per share total for 2016.
30 Mar 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria plans to sell about 234 billion naira of short-dated treasury bills next week to help finance the government's budget deficit and curb rising inflation.
28 Mar 2017
Naira gains strength at parallel market.
27 Mar 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria says it will sell dollars to private individuals at 360 naira per dollar, as the naira continues to appreciate on the parallel market.
25 Mar 2017
No nation can compete effectively in today's global marketplace with an unskilled workforce. While that is no longer news, the question is, how Africa's largest economy is positioning for success in the global market.
24 Mar 2017
Device manufacturer, Tecno Mobile has over the last ten years acquired over 25 per cent market share in Kenya and African markets including Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Egypt and Cameroon.
24 Mar 2017
Safety of Kaduna Airport - House Ad Hoc committee on aviation to ascertain operations.
24 Mar 2017
India is the world's fastest-growing major economy. With an annual growth rate of 7%, an emerging middle class and a thriving startup scene, the country is on track to become a global superpower.
23 Mar 2017
Lafarge Africa records 17.8% drop in fy 2016 revenue.
23 Mar 2017
Akintunde Majekodunmi, Vice President, Banking Analyst at Moody's joins CNBC Africa from London to discuss the current state of Nigeria's banking sector.

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In Israel, the number of gang-related murders is soaring in the Israeli Arab community. A record 128 Israeli Arabs were killed in gang-related violence within their own community last year, including women and children caught in the crossfire. The victims' families accuse the police of inaction, while the government has promised to do more. Our correspondents Gwendoline Debono and Irris Makler report from Qalansuwa, a town in the country's centre, where criminals have formed a state within a state.
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French unions are staging a major nationwide strike Thursday, with more than 170 protests calling for salary hikes to deal with the rising cost of living. Rail workers, teachers and other professions are pressuring the government just months ahead of presidential elections.
2 hours ago
We focus on Poland after the death of a pregnant woman who was denied an abortion despite losing her twins. Her death has sparked anger over the country's draconian anti-abortion laws. Also, the Australian Open will host an all-Aussie men's doubles final for the first time in 40 years. Finally, Beijing Winter Olympics organisers warn against hugs and handshakes in a bid to promote social distancing at the upcoming Game
3 hours ago
President Joe Biden cast a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine in stark historical terms Tuesday, saying, “it would be the largest invasion since World War II.”
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Since taking control of Afghanistan in August 2021, the Taliban have been trying to project a more moderate image to the rest of the world. They claim to have changed, in a bid to obtain financial aid and international recognition. However, this stance does not seem to match reality on the ground, where Sharia law is progressively edging its way into Afghans' everyday lives. Yet some business owners and women are trying to oppose the new rules. Our France 2 colleagues report, with FRANCE 24's Jennie Shin.
4 hours ago
Abubakar Yusuf, an informal Nigerian trader, said he was scared to get a COVID-19 shot after hearing the country had stocks of expired vaccines. That changed, however, when health authorities destroyed more than a million expired doses last month.