Rwanda, India sign three bilateral deals

President Paul Kagame yesterday received Indian Vice-President Shri Hamid Ansari, who paid him a courtesy call at Village Urugwiro.

Rwanda, Morocco sign 19 pacts as Kagame hosts King Mohammed VI

Rwanda and the Kingdom of Morocco, yesterday, signed 19 agreements in a bid to strengthen bilateral ties and create opportunities for citizens of the two nations.

SA, Chad sign bilateral agreement on aviation

Pretoria - South Africa and Chad have signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) which is expected to bring opportunities that will grow the aviation industry in both countries.

SA-Zim trade war: Time for WTO intervention?

The current dispute between South Africa and Zimbabwe relating to the latter’s import restrictions on groceries and other products such as building materials underlines the importance of a vibrant dispute resolution system in trade relations.

Sakunda sued for US$1,8 million

ENERGY firm, Sakunda Holdings — which is currently embroiled in a questionable tender deal linked to the Dema emergency diesel power plant — is being sued for US$1,8 million by local property developer, Augur Investments

Seizure of assets of the Congo validated by Paris Court in €900 million claim

The Court of Appeal of Paris has confirmed on Thursday the decision by the Court of Cassation a little more than a year ago regarding the seizure of assets in France of the Republic of Congo.

Senegal's Wari seeks arbitration over Millicom dispute

Senegalese money transfer firm Wari has requested international arbitration in its dispute with Millicom International Cellular over the Luxembourg-based company’s...

Settlement reached in Gecamines- Tenke time

The Democratic Republic of Congo has dropped its opposition to the sale of the Tenke Fungurume mine by Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) and Lundin Mining’s (TSX:LUN) to Chinese investors for $3.8 billion.

Singapore High Court exempts Lesotho from arbitral award

The High Court of Singapore has set aside an arbitral award issued to Swissbourgh Diamond Mines and South African investors who claim their mining...

Singapore inks bilateral agreements with Ethiopia, Mozambique and Nigeria

Singapore on Wednesday (Aug 24) inked bilateral tax, investment and air services agreements with Ethiopia, Mozambique and Nigeria at the Africa Singapore Business Forum (ASBF).

Somali border claims ‘absurd, hurtful’, Kenya tells top UN court

Kenya on Monday rebuked Somalia for dragging it before the UN’s top court to defend a maritime border dispute that could decide the fate of potentially lucrative Indian Ocean oil and gas reserves.

Somalia, on the road to ratifying the New York Convention

The Federal Government of Somalia had made its interest of signing up to the New York Convention clear by setting up an Arbitration and ADR Division, and a NYC convention...

Sonatrach wins arbitration case

Algeria's Sonatrach has announced that it has won an international arbitration case concerning a contract disagreement with Medex Petroleum North Africa.

South Africa firm enters seventh country by Ghana merger

The 17-fee earner firm ENSafrica has merged with Oxford and Beaumont in Ghana, fulfilling a long-term goal to have a presence in West Africa.

South Africa passes land expropriation bill

South Africa's parliament on Thursday approved a bill allowing state expropriations of land to redress racial disparities in land ownership...

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