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Zimbabwe leaps into the cashless future

Zimbabwe leaps into the cashless future

By ERIC ELLIS

While most countries have adopted e-wallets and mobile banking as a result of technological innovation and evolution, Zimbabwe was forced into it because of a financial crisis.

Zimbabwe opens for business

Zimbabwe opens for business

By ERIC ELLIS

Now Mugabe is gone, one of the poorest nations in southern Africa can see the first signs of interest from international investors, but a chaotic currency regime, heavily indebted economy and looming elections are turning initial euphoria into cautious optimism.

Ramaphosa promises overhaul of South Africa’s economy

Ramaphosa promises overhaul of South Africa’s economy

By OLIVIER HOLMEY

South Africa’s new deputy finance minister took a tough stance on corruption under former president Jacob Zuma – now Mondli Gungubele talks to Euromoney about the embarrassing Zuma years and the Ramaphosa government’s plans to turn the economy around.

Nigerian banks make a mint from a crisis

Nigerian banks make a mint from a crisis

Oil prices and currency controls created opportunities for some banks, which reported bumper gains from FX and fixed income last year, but no one is expecting a repeat of that. Can lending keep them sweet?

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