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Nigeria and Kenya will both leave monetary policy unchanged next week, a Reuters poll forecast has indicated.Inflation in the former is not yet tame enough while an interest rate cap in the latter limits policymakers’ room for manoeuvre.All 15 analysts polled this week said rates would be held at 14 per cent in Nigeria and 10 per cent in Kenya.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe arrived at a university graduation ceremony in the capital on Friday, his first public appearance since a military seizure of power.Political sources say the seizure is aimed at ending his 37-year rule.Wearing a blue and yellow academic gown and mortar board hat, the 93-year-old sat in large wooden chair at the f...
Over the last two weeks Kenyans have been treated to a charade of boycotts that started with NASA forcing people not to vote in the October 26 presidential election. It has now moved to a call to boycott three companies in the name of fighting for electoral justice. Unfortunately, this boycott is not going to hurt Jubilee supporters only but all...
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