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“There is a tsunami of money coming. America is just beginning to muscle up with capital and come to Africa,” says Robert Hersov.
Zambia has all ingredients for economic success, but erratic and inconsistent government policies hold back growth.
I’m often asked where I’ll will be investing in the coming months and years? So here are five hotspots that I’d highlight for 2015.
The majority of Africans shop at informal outlets, and this is where South African wines need to improve their presence, says Craig Irving.
Obi phones are targeted at “young, tech-savvy and aspirational youth”.
It is very rare in Kenya to see the CEO of a Chinese-owned company discussing their interests in the country.
Nigeria could be argued to present the best opportunity for many investors looking at the African continent.
Zimbabwe has the best pool of talent in Africa, says the CEO of Choppies.
The African continent is set to record a projected +5% economic growth in 2015.
A key impact of the Ebola outbreak is that food prices are rising in affected countries, as flights are suspended to these areas.
The Moroccan aeronautics sector posted annual growth rates of 15% to 20% between 2008 and 2013.
The “changing dynamics of Africa” is driving the cosmetics giant’s business in the region.
Talking fast food with the Kenyan franchise holder of Domino’s Pizza and ice cream brand Cold Stone Creamery.
Five French consumer brands are expected to soon set up shop in number of sub-Saharan African countries.
SABMiller and Coca-Cola merger will create South and East Africa’s largest soft drinks bottling operation.