Nbr. 186, March - March 1994
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- Africa's universities are entering a new phase.
- Chiluba faces another round of cabinet resignations.
- ECA Chief calls for faster aid flows to Africa.
- Economists lambast the budget nobody wants.
- Finance ministers attend investment conference.
- Funds for arid zones run dry.
- Joint ventures bring instant photos direct to the public.
- Kenyan wine firm updates logo.
- Namibia trade fair beckons.
- Pace of privatisation is too slow for some.
- Paris Club reschedules for the first time.
- Peace brings new problems.
- Phototechnology for Africa: with democracy comes the introduction of identity cards.
- Project loan aims at raising rural incomes.
- Satellite telephone fits into a small briefcase.
- Small Zimbabwe firms win funds.
- Structural reforms begin to bear fruit.
- Surplus drives coffee price down.
- The South Africans are coming.
- US Constitution contest stirs African radio listeners.
- Worldaware Business Awards: award goes to South African firm for the first time.
- Zaire cell-phone market hots up.
- Zimbabwe returns to coal power.