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Irish prospecting firm Botswana Diamonds has reported a 15.5% narrowing of first-half losses and further progress at assets it holds in southern Africa.
A High Court challenge has been mounted against the refusal by Bord Pleanála to give the go-ahead for a solar power-generating facility in the south-east.
International groups representing doctors and patients have launched a fresh challenge to the patent on Gilead Sciences’ hepatitis C drug Sofosbuvir at the European Patent Office in order to inc
Irish prospecting firm Botswana Diamonds has reported a 15.5% narrowing of first-half losses and further progress at assets it holds in southern Africa.
A High Court challenge has been mounted against the refusal by Bord Pleanála to give the go-ahead for a solar power-generating facility in the south-east.
Damien Duff has received a total pre-tax payout of almost €1.25m (£1.08m) over a number of years, as his UK commercial firm is wound down.
On the treacherous path to Brexit, the UK and its EU partners could slip up over many things — even fish. 
International groups representing doctors and patients have launched a fresh challenge to the patent on Gilead Sciences’ hepatitis C drug Sofosbuvir at the European Patent Office in order to inc
The EU looks to be leaving the door open for a deal that could avoid some of the major downsides of a ‘hard’ Brexit, writes Oliver Mangan
The Middle East's biggest online retailer Souq.com has been bought by Amazon for an undisclosed amount, a day after a counteroffer of $800 million from the operator of Dubai's biggest mall became publ
Africa's smartphone revolution is showing signs of a slowdown according to the latest figures compiled by International Data Corporation (IDC).
Africa's smartphone revolution is showing signs of a slowdown according to the latest figures compiled by International Data Corporation (IDC).
The Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) board should be commended for resolving to get to the bottom of alarming losses of petroleum products during transportation. Indeed, analysts may be forgiven for argui
The Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) board should be commended for resolving to get to the bottom of alarming losses of petroleum products during transportation. Indeed, analysts may be forgiven for argui
Hezbon Anyona was busy watering his fodder farm when Business Beat visited his farm. The 15 acres farm located Sikri village, Mbita Sub County and Homa Bay County grows fodder; Mulato, desmodium and B
Hezbon Anyona was busy watering his fodder farm when Business Beat visited his farm. The 15 acres farm located Sikri village, Mbita Sub County and Homa Bay County grows fodder; Mulato, desmodium and B
Kenyan firms that had started reaping from oil discoveries made in Turkana suffered a major blow last year following a huge decline in revenues.
Kenyan firms that had started reaping from oil discoveries made in Turkana suffered a major blow last year following a huge decline in revenues.
As Tullow Oil prepares the costly venture of producing and exporting 2.4 million barrels of oil over the next three years, the UK firm may end up slapping the Government with a colossal bill of its co
As Tullow Oil prepares the costly venture of producing and exporting 2.4 million barrels of oil over the next three years, the UK firm may end up slapping the Government with a colossal bill of its co
A multinational supermarket chain headquartered in Botswana says it has secured space in some high-end malls in Nairobi and other towns where it expects to commence operations before end of this year.
A multinational supermarket chain headquartered in Botswana says it has secured space in some high-end malls in Nairobi and other towns where it expects to commence operations before end of this year.
Kenyans want Finance Cabinet secretary Henry Rotich's 2017/18 Budget to fund the simple things that can make a difference in their daily lives.
Kenyans want Finance Cabinet secretary Henry Rotich's 2017/18 Budget to fund the simple things that can make a difference in their daily lives.
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), National Treasury and all 43 banks did not want a cap on interest rate.
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), National Treasury and all 43 banks did not want a cap on interest rate.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The Danish branch of the ride-sharing service Uber is shutting down its activities in Denmark over a law proposal that toughens standards for cabs. Uber’s spokesman i
Canada will soon deliver to Ukraine the next batch of non-lethal military equipment. This was stated by National Defense Minister of Canada Harjit Sajjan, an Ukrinform correspondent reports. Read more
Six people were killed when a small plane crashed in eastern Zimbabwe near the border with Mozambique, a state-owned newspaper said on March 28. Read more here.  The post Reuters: Plane crash kills si
KHOBAR/DUBAI (Reuters) - Citigroup has formally applied for a license to conduct capital markets business in Saudi Arabia, two sources familiar with the matter said, in a move to return to the country
Taking cognisance of "insensitive" remarks by a Rajasthan Minister in Bikaner alleged gangrape case, the National Commission for Women (NCW) today shot off a notice to him, saying those in public life
The Thane Police on Tuesday issued a non-bailable warrant against actress Mamta Kulkarni and drug lord Vicky Goswami in connection with a drugs haul case.The name of the duo surfaced in the connection
In a shocking remark, Congress leader M.M Hassan has said menstruation is impure and women should not enter places of worship during that time."Menstruation is impure and during this period women shou
The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Tuesday issued suo-moto notice to Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria after his remarks on the Bikaner rape case.Kataria has raised questions over th

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