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Ban on gold concentrates crashes Acacia’s mining revenue

The ban on export of gold and copper concentrates has caused Tanzanian Gold miner, Acacia Mining, the loss of more than $1 million in revenue.

N1trn of Nigeria’s 2016 capital budget implemented – Adeosun

The Federal Government said, it has so for released the sum of N1 trillion to its Ministries, Department and Agencies for the implementation of the capital component of the 2016 budget.

Algeria meets OPEC over oil production cut

Algeria have met its commitments to reduce oil production within the framework of the Vienna agreement between OPEC members and non-member nations.

The Netherlands sack coach Blind after Bulgaria loss

The Netherlands have sacked manager Danny Blind following their 2-0 loss to Bulgaria in the World Cup qualifiers.

Southgate tips Defoe to make England’s squad to Russia

Gareth Southgate insists Jermain Defoe can make England’s World Cup squad after the Sunderland striker scored on his return to international football.

Tinubu faces Holyfield in charity fight in Lagos

Former  world heavyweight boxing Champion Evander Holyfield  has been scheduled to  feature in an  exhibition boxing match that will pit him against former Lagos State Governor Bola Tinubu.

S.A’s Zuma recalls Gordhan from international roadshow, rand falls

South African President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to return immediately from an investor roadshow to Britain and the United States, the presidency said on Monday, without giving a reason for the decision.

Kenyan forces kill 31 al Shabaab militants in Somalia: statement

Kenyan troops in Somalia killed 31 Islamist al Shabaab militants in a raid on two of their bases in the southern Somali region of Jubbaland, the Kenyan military said on Monday.

U.S. equity futures at six-week low after Trump healthcare setback

U.S. equity index futures fell to a six-week low on Sunday in a sign Wall Street would start 

Markets mixed amid strong Eurozone figures and US vote nerves

European indices were mixed yesterday amid stronger than expected business activity