1. Negative outlook for Sub-Saharan African sovereigns - Moody's  Journalducameroun.com - English
  2. African economies to watch in 2019, and looming debt  Quartz
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Sub-Saharan African sovereigns’ negative outlook for 2019 reflects credit challenges that stem from fiscal and external vulnerabilities amid tightening global liquidity conditions and rising global trade tensions, despite gradually improving growth prospects, Moody’s said in a report on Monday.Going into 2019, 15 of the 21 sovereigns that Moody’s rates in the Sub-Saharan Africa region have […]

About half of the world’s fastest-growing economies are in Africa with 20 economies expanding at an average rate of 5% or higher over the next five years

THE government of Tanzania disclosed yesterday that government shares in Airtel Tanzania will now be 49 per cent, up from 40 per cent, with Bharti Airtel commanding a 51 per cent stake from the previous 60 per cent.

Aircel and its employees may still go ahead and file a contempt petition against Airtel for not paying the entire amount, as stipulated by the top court, people aware of the matter said.