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South Sudan

Inter-communal violence killed over 2,000 people in South Sudan in 2020

More than 2,000 people died during deadly inter-communal conflicts across South Sudan in 2020, a civil society group said Sunday. In its...
Ghana Election

Some Ghanaians to vote based on social issues-Survey

Some Electorates within the Korley Klottey Constituency have decided to exercise their franchise in the December 7, Elections not by political affiliation, but on...

There was a rise in crime during COVID-19 lockdown – survey

The Local Economies Tracker survey has revealed that localities witnessed an increase in crime during the country’s COVID-19 lockdown period. The survey indicated that about...
Uk Funders

Africa’s fund managers see bright prospects for continent’s economies, says survey

African fund managers are optimistic about prospects of the continent's economies and investment opportunities, a new study that surveyed 50 asset managers released...

Economy, good governance to decide 2020 elections — Survey

The performance of the Ghanaian economy, job creation and voters’ perception about, which of the two main leading political parties offers good governance will...
NAIROBI, June 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A swarm of desert locusts invade parts of Mwingi Town in Kitui County, Kenya, Feb. 20, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Yu)

Zambia to conduct survey on outbreak of African migratory locusts

Zambia's cabinet has called for the undertaking of a comprehensive surveillance exercise to establish the extent of the infestation of the African migratory locusts,...
South Africa

South Africa construction sector remains depressed: survey

South Africa's civil confidence index of construction sector increased to 11 in the third quarter of 2020, up from the record low of...
Photo taken in a foreign trade company in an industrial park of Jiangsu Haizhou Economic Development Zone shows employees working on a production line of cameras for a well-known brand of mobile phones. Jiangsu Haizhou Economic Development Zone in Lianyungang, east China’s Jiangsu province, has recently introduced a series of measures to cut taxes and fees in an effort to help foreign trade enterprises cope with the challenges brought about by the epidemic. (People’s Daily/Geng Yuhe)

African CEOs believe intra-Africa trade will increase over next 12 months: survey

More than 70 percent of African CEOs believe intra-Africa trade will increase over the next 12 months, says a survey released on Thursday. ...
Photo taken on Jan. 7. 2019 shows the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain. MPs returned to Westminster Monday after the festive and new year break, and will resume debate on the Brexit bill on Wednesday, with the crucial vote expected in the early part of the following week. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

UK house prices rebounce in August as lockdown eased – survey

The average house price in Britain saw a robust recovery in August, as lockdown restrictions eased and pent-up demand came through, the mortgage lender...

Zambia conducts fourth survey on access to financial services

Players in Zambia's financial sector have embarked on a survey aimed at establishing the access to financial services in the country, the central bank...

Survey shows 74 percent respondents want COVID-19 vaccine

An opinion poll by Ipsos for the World Economic Forum shows about three quarters of the respondents in the world would like to...
A flag-raising ceremony is held by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China, July 1, 2020. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

World CFOs more upbeat on China’s economy than that of U.S. – survey

The world's leading chief financial officers struck a more positive tone for China's economic outlook than that for the United States, the first time...

COVID-19 exposure rate at 3.79 percent in Mozambican capital – survey

The level of exposure of the community to the novel coronavirus in Mozambique's capital Maputo is 3.79 percent, according to the results of the...
Rwandan President Paul Kagame

Rwanda’s unemployment rate surges to 22 percentage

The unemployment rate in Rwanda increased from 13.1 percent in February to 22.1 percent in May, according to a national survey released here on...
earth tremor

5.4-magnitude quake hits 130 km WNW of Pizarro, Colombia — USGS

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.4 jolted 130 km WNW of Pizarro, Colombia at 0116 GMT on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. ...
Ghana statistical Service

Over 770,000 workers experience reduction in wages – Survey

A Business Tracker Survey conducted by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) indicates that more than 770,000 workers (25.7 percent of the total workforce)...

Nearly 85,000 businesses still closed down – Statistical Service

Nearly 85,000 businesses are still closed down as a result of COVID-19 pandemic and the related responses, the Ghana Statistical Service Business Tracker survey...
digital skills

Almost half of Singaporean firms race to digitally transform amid COVID-19 pandemic

A study has found that 48 percent of Singaporean organizations have accelerated their digital transformation plans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
Doctor Ruth Aceng (R), Minister of Health of Uganda speaks to an official from Sunbelt Textiles Company Limited, in Kampala, capital of Uganda, April 2, 2020. Sunbelt Textiles Company Limited on Thursday donated 30,000 USD to help Uganda to fight COVID-19 pandemic. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

Uganda starts survey to determine prevalence of COVID-19

Uganda's Ministry of Health on Tuesday flagged off investigation teams to conduct a rapid assessment survey of the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic in...

High prices, short operating distances deter Germans from buying electric cars

A majority of 56 percent of car owners in Germany could not picture themselves buying an electric car in the next five years, according...

UK manufacturing sector in recovery but headwinds remain

Britain's manufacturing sector is on a slightly firmer footing in February but still remains subject to supply-chain headwinds from the novel coronavirus outbreak and...

U.S. voters highly concerned about growing national debt

American voters are highly concerned about the rise in national debt as the 2020 presidential campaign gets underway, according to a survey released by...

Kenya’s private sector shrinks in January for 1st time in 9 months

Business activity in Kenya's private sector shrank in January for the first time since April 2019, with output falling at the sharpest pace in...

Survey on Performance of MMDCEs outdoored

Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) were on Tuesday tasked to strike a delicate balance with their relationship with local and external...

S/R: Damongo Youth throws weight behind Gonja King over centralisation of Govt Depts

The Damongo Youth Parliament, a civic rights group based in Damongo the Savannah Regional capital is supporting demands by the King of Gonja (Yagbonwura)...

Brexit and election concerns take blame for UK’s failing business output

UK business output has seen the sharpest drop in more than three years in November amid continuing Brexit uncertainty compounded by an upcoming general...
Maize roughage

Zambia to record 16 percent drop in maize production

Zambia is this year expected to record a 16 percent decrease in maize production, a crop forecast survey released on Wednesday has shown. ...
State Of Construction Industry

Economists doubt East Germany can make up for lost time

In the 30th year after the fall of the Berlin Wall, German economists no longer believed that East Germany would catch up any further...
Hillton Inn

Zambian businesses show signs of recovery in February

Businesses in Zambia showed signs of recovery in February, with both output and new orders returning to growth during the month, a survey released...

Survey Says Economists Predicts Recession for US in 2021

Majority of the U.S. economists believe the country will fall into a recession no later than in 2021, according to a survey report released...