Mozambique: Minimum Wage Levels Increased

Minimum wages were increased in different economic sectors on April 1, 2016, and are effective immediately and retrospectively. The official publication of these amounts is forthcoming and the increases are subject to final determination by…

Falooda, Samoosas And Dhaltjies: How To Experience Cape Malay Food In Cape Town

As a multi-cultural society, South Africa doesn’t have a national cuisine as such. Instead, its culinary traditions are as varied as its diverse population. One of the most flavorful and influence-rich of all of these is Cape Malay food. Cape…

Oil Prices A Boon For Emirates As It Launches 3rd Daily Flight To Cape Town

Cape Town is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world for Dubai-based Emirates, and the fast-growing airline plans to add a third daily flight to the top South African tourist spot, Albawaba reported. Connectivity to Cape Town…

Sub-Saharan Africa To Grow At The Slowest Pace In Two Decades – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut sub-Saharan Africa economic growth forecast to 3 percent in 2016 — down from last year’s 3.4 percent –, the lowest the region has posted in more than two decades. In its latest African Economic…

SA still most attractive in Africa for investments – index

Harare – South Africa still ranks as the most attractive economy for investments destined for the continent despite challenges emanating from slow growth, a gloomy ratings outlook and waning perceptions, EY said in an index released Wednesday. The…