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B. 2016-09-28 Oil rallies after Opec ministers announce output cut Algeria
C. 2016-04-26 Islamic State: Up to $800m of funds 'destroyed by strikes' Mosul
D. 2016-01-08 Egypt attack: Three tourists stabbed at Hurghada hotel Bella Vista, Hurghada, Egypt
E. 2015-12-13 South Africa's president replaces finance minister, again Pretoria, South Africa
5. 2015-11-22 Moroccan solar plant to bring energy to a million people Ouarzazate, Morocco
G. 2015-09-17 South Sudan oil tanker blast 'kills 170' Maridi, Western Equatoria, Southern Sudan
7. 2015-08-30 Italian firm Eni makes huge gas discovery of Egyptian coast Mediterranean Sea, Egypt
2015-08-06 Egypt launches Suez Canal expansion Ismailia, Egypt
J. 2015-07-25 Egypt holds trial run on second Suez Canal Suez Canal, Egypt

  South Africa's president replaces finance minister, again   President Zuma has replaced newly appointed Finance Minister David van Rooyen with the more experienced Pravin Gordhan Moroccan solar plant to bring energy to a million people South Sudan oil tanker blast 'kills 170' Italian firm Eni makes huge gas discovery of Egyptian coast Egypt launches Suez Canal expansion Map of Ismailia Egypt
  Oil rallies after Opec ministers announce output cut  The oil producers cartel Opec has agreed a preliminary deal to cut production for the first time in eight years, sending crude prices surgin...   Islamic State: Up to $800m of funds 'destroyed by strikes'  Up to $800m (550m) in cash held by so-called Islamic State (IS) has been destroyed in air strikes, a US military official says Egypt attack: Three tourists stabbed at Hurghada hotel Map of Bella Vista Hurghada Egypt


year 2016 Top ^

Sep.28   Algeria  
Apr.26   Mosul
Jan.8   Egypt
  Three foreign tourists have been injured after two suspected Islamic State militants stormed into Bella Vista hotel in Red Sea resort of Hurghada


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.13   South Africa
Nov.22   Morocco
Sep.17   Southern Sudan
Aug.30   Egypt
Aug.6   Egypt
  Egypt has opened a major expansion of the Suez Canal, which deepens the main waterway and provides ships with a 35km (22 mile) channel parallel to it

Jul.25   Egypt
Feb.1   Libya
Jan.6   Nigeria Delta


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.1   Liberia
Jul.29   Liberia
May.4   Libya
  The Libyan parliament has elected a businessman, Ahmed Maitig, 42, to become the country's next prime minister, in a controversial vote
Apr.6   Nigeria Nigeria is Africa's biggest economy Mar.8   Eastern Libya Libya threatens to bomb oil tanker Map of Sidr Libya  Libya's prime minister has threatened to bomb a North Korean-flagged tanker if it tries to export oil from a rebel-controlled port Feb.27   Uganda World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan Jan.22   South Africa SA braces for platinum sector strike

year 2013 Top ^

Nov.28   Kenya New East African railway launched
Oct.26   Algeria Algeria announces major oil discovery Aug.7   Kenya Flights resume after Nairobi airport fire

year 2012 Top ^

Jan.2   Nigeria Nigeria fury at fuel price rises
  Ordinary Nigerians and trade unionists have condemned the government for withdrawing a fuel price subsidy


year 2011 Top ^

Apr.5   Eastern Libya   Libya rebels to export first oil  The first export of oil from rebel-held areas of eastern Libya for almost three weeks is due to begin later

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.20   Ivory Coast Firm agrees Ivorian waste payouts  Trafigura, an oil trading firm, has agreed to pay $46m compensation to people in Ivory Coast who say they were made ill by dumped waste Jun.8   Nigeria Shell to pay $15.5 million to settle claims  Royal Dutch Shell will pay $15.5 million to settle a lawsuit against its Nigerian subsidiary by the family of executed Nigerian environmental...

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.16   Algeria     Call for record Opec output cut  Opec leaders are gathering under pressure from Saudi Arabia to make their biggest ever single cut in output as prices plunge Oct.31   East Africa African trade blocs agree to merge  COMESA, SADC, and the EAC agree to merge to form a bloc consisting of 26 countries and 757 million people Sep.17   Zimbabwe   Zimbabwe replaces $10 trillion banknote
  The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has introduced a $1,000 note, $10 trillion in the old value, as the country battles to end cash shortages
Jul.19   Zimbabwe $100 billion banknotes introduced  Troubled central bank introduced new $100 billion banknotes in a desperate bid to ease the recurrent cash shortages plaguing the economy Apr.25   Nigeria Oil firms cut output  Industrial action and attacks from militants have forced Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell to cut their production Jan.3   Kenya Civil unrest damaging Kenya's economy  The orgy of violence that has greeted disputed election result has led to hundreds of deaths and forced tens of thousands to flee their home...

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.11   East Africa African wars cost billions  $18 billion a year has been drained from Africa by nearly 2 dozen wars in recent decades, a price could've helped solve the AIDS crisis Jul.5   Zimbabwe   Bulk buy ban amid frenzy
  Authorities ordered businesses to stop selling basic goods in bulk to avert shortages after an price freeze triggered a frenzied buying spree

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.16   Tunisia Deal averts Internet showdown
  The US wins its fight to stay in charge of the internet at the World Summit on the Information Society

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.10   Nigeria Fuel price strike starts
  A 4-day general strike. More strikes would follow if a 25% increase was not reversed

year 2003 Top ^

Aug.8   South Africa S. Africa to distribute AIDS drugs

year 2002 Top ^

Jan.16   Nigeria General strike


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  Islamic State: Up to $800m of funds 'destroyed by strikes'  Up to $800m (550m) in cash held by so-called Islamic State (IS) has been destroyed in air strikes, a US military official says   South Africa's president replaces finance minister, again   President Zuma has replaced newly appointed Finance Minister David van Rooyen with the more experienced Pravin Gordhan World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan Zimbabwe replaces $10 trillion banknote




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Apr.26   Mosul
2015
Dec.13   South Africa
2014
Feb.27   Uganda
2008
Sep.17   Zimbabwe
  The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has introduced a $1,000 note, $10 trillion in the old value, as the country battles to end cash shortages
Jul.19   Zimbabwe $100 billion banknotes introduced  Troubled central bank introduced new $100 billion banknotes in a desperate bid to ease the recurrent cash shortages plaguing the economy 2007 Jul.5   Zimbabwe Bulk buy ban amid frenzy
  Authorities ordered businesses to stop selling basic goods in bulk to avert shortages after an price freeze triggered a frenzied buying spree



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2003 Aug.8   South Africa S. Africa to distribute AIDS drugs




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2014 Jan.22   South Africa SA braces for platinum sector strike
2004 Oct.10   Nigeria Fuel price strike starts
  A 4-day general strike. More strikes would follow if a 25% increase was not reversed 2002 Jan.16   Nigeria General strike



Africa, Business High Tech Business Timeline ... See World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2005 Nov.16   Tunisia Deal averts Internet showdown  The US wins its fight to stay in charge of the internet at the World Summit on the Information Society



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2007 Oct.11   East Africa African wars cost billions  $18 billion a year has been drained from Africa by nearly 2 dozen wars in recent decades, a price could've helped solve the AIDS crisis



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2015 Jan.6   Nigeria Delta Shell agrees Nigeria oil spill deal Map of Bodo Nigeria  Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to a $84m (55m) settlement with residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta for two oil spills 2009 Sep.20   Ivory Coast Firm agrees Ivorian waste payouts  Trafigura, an oil trading firm, has agreed to pay $46m compensation to people in Ivory Coast who say they were made ill by dumped waste



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2014 Jul.29   Liberia West Africa flight ban over Ebola
2013 Aug.7   Kenya Flights resume after Nairobi airport fire



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2016 Jan.8   Egypt Egypt attack: Three tourists stabbed at Hurghada hotel
Map of Bella Vista Hurghada Egypt
  Three foreign tourists have been injured after two suspected Islamic State militants stormed into Bella Vista hotel in Red Sea resort of Hurghada




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2015 Aug.6   Egypt Egypt launches Suez Canal expansion
Map of Ismailia Egypt
  Egypt has opened a major expansion of the Suez Canal, which deepens the main waterway and provides ships with a 35km (22 mile) channel parallel to it
Jul.25   Egypt Egypt holds trial run on second Suez Canal



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2014 May.4   Libya Libya appoints businessman as new PM
  The Libyan parliament has elected a businessman, Ahmed Maitig, 42, to become the country's next prime minister, in a controversial vote




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2013 Nov.28   Kenya New East African railway launched




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2008 Oct.31   East Africa African trade blocs agree to merge  COMESA, SADC, and the EAC agree to merge to form a bloc consisting of 26 countries and 757 million people



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2014 Dec.1   Liberia   More economic woe for Ebola nations   The World Bank has revised downwards its growth projections for the 3 nations worst hit by the current outbreak - Liberia, Sierra Leone and ... Apr.6   Nigeria Nigeria is Africa's biggest economy
2008 Jan.3   Kenya Civil unrest damaging Kenya's economy  The orgy of violence that has greeted disputed election result has led to hundreds of deaths and forced tens of thousands to flee their home...



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2015 Aug.30   Egypt Italian firm Eni makes huge gas discovery of Egyptian coast




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2015 Nov.22   Morocco Moroccan solar plant to bring energy to a million people




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2016 Sep.28   Algeria   Oil rallies after Opec ministers announce output cut  The oil producers cartel Opec has agreed a preliminary deal to cut production for the first time in eight years, sending crude prices surgin... 2015 Sep.17   Southern Sudan South Sudan oil tanker blast 'kills 170'
Feb.1   Libya Kidnapped Libya Opec official found 2014 Mar.8   Eastern Libya Libya threatens to bomb oil tanker Map of Sidr Libya  Libya's prime minister has threatened to bomb a North Korean-flagged tanker if it tries to export oil from a rebel-controlled port 2013 Oct.26   Algeria Algeria announces major oil discovery 2012 Jan.2   Nigeria Nigeria fury at fuel price rises
  Ordinary Nigerians and trade unionists have condemned the government for withdrawing a fuel price subsidy
2011 Apr.5   Eastern Libya   Libya rebels to export first oil  The first export of oil from rebel-held areas of eastern Libya for almost three weeks is due to begin later 2009 Jun.8   Nigeria Shell to pay $15.5 million to settle claims  Royal Dutch Shell will pay $15.5 million to settle a lawsuit against its Nigerian subsidiary by the family of executed Nigerian environmental... 2008 Dec.16   Algeria   Call for record Opec output cut  Opec leaders are gathering under pressure from Saudi Arabia to make their biggest ever single cut in output as prices plunge Apr.25   Nigeria Oil firms cut output  Industrial action and attacks from militants have forced Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell to cut their production