London Stock Exchange spies opportunity in Africa
The London Stock Exchange, fearing that Brexit could reduce its influence, is using its financial engineering subsidiaries to forge links with Africa's financial centres, especially Johannesburg.
The election is just months away and Zambia's $12bn debt, its relations with China and its violent clashes with its historic copper partners weigh heavily on Edgar Lungu's tenure. To preen his image, his teams are busy working on the country's gold resources to generate revenue and jobs.
Decisive for the economic future of the country, the negotiations with Washington may also provide the president with a platform for winning the next presidential election. Analysis.Pre-campaign - Denis Sassou Nguesso, who on 5 February celebrated the 40th anniversary of [.
Pius Kasolo may have just had his position as CEO of para-state holding Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines-Investment Holdings (ZCCM-IH) clocked in for another three years, this hasn't stopped a group of minority shareholders from voicing their rap with his management [.