South African Airways prepares to relaunch in 2021

The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has announced an interim six-member South African Airways (SAA) board as the airline prepares to relaunch in 2021.
Goldman Environmental Prize winner, Chibeze Ezekiel
Chinese coal projects threaten Africa's renewable future
When the Ghanaian government agreed to coordinate with Shenzen Energy Group, a Chinese energy company, to build a 7,000-megawatt coal power plant in the country's Ekumfi district, Chibeze Ezekiel was concerned.
The extent of damage or the effects on production were not clear
Explosion rocks oil refinery in South Africa
Seven people have been injured after an explosion rocked South Africa’s second-largest crude oil refinery in Durban.
Stockbrokers monitor trade on Uganda Securities Exchange in Kampala, PHOTO | FILE | NMG
Austerity slows deals at Ugandan bourse
The total market capitalisation of firms listed at the Uganda Securities Exchange fell to Ush4.27 trillion ($1.15 billion) in 2019/20, from Ush4.91 trillion ($1.32 billion) in 2018/19.
Nigeria's economy has slipped into the worst recession in decades
Nigeria's economy slips into 'worst' recession in decades, with recovery forecast
There is hope for Nigeria to recover from its current economic recession which is widely seen as the worst recorded by the West African nation in almost four decades, said local experts.
File photo: The contribution of oil to GDP contracted in the third quarter by 13.89%
Pressed by coronavirus and low oil prices, Nigeria slips into recession
Nigeria, Africa's biggest economy, entered recession for the second time in four years, after a contraction in its gross domestic product for a second consecutive quarter.
Tullow Oil PLC
Tullow completes US$575 million sale of Uganda assets to Total
Tullow Oil PLC (Tullow) is pleased to announce that the sale of its assets in Uganda to Total has completed with US$500 million consideration received earlier today.