Accurate market data is often hard to come by in many African countries.
“There is always business to be done in Africa,” says Tim Clark, president of Emirates.
Blackstone CEO discusses the firm’s recent investment in Africa.
“Connectivity between Africa and Asia is very poor. That is something I’d love to get into.”
“I understood the informal sector was real.”
“I’m a strong advocate of work-life balance.”
“Today the prices of sisal in the world are US$2,000 a ton, and my cost of production is $700 a ton.”
In a frank statement, Famous Brands CEO warns the two American pizza brands not to expect an easy ride in South Africa.
The International Olympic Committee says it would welcome any credible bid from an African city.
The IMF predicts that six of the world’s 10 fastest-growing economies in 2014 will be in Africa.
Bayer CropScience is ramping up its presence in Africa.
New report reveals the top 10 hotels visited by the super-rich in the year to June 2014.
Dubai is a “fantastic hub for doing business in Africa,” says Ashish Thakkar.
The Investment Corporation of Dubai recently took a minority stake in Nigeria’s Dangote Cement.
“We can see many opportunities of co-operation and partnership happening between this region and Africa.”