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“The world is becoming smaller and smaller, and we need to make sure African companies have the tools to compete.”
South African Jolandie Rust shares some of her insight into, and experiences of, travelling in Africa.
The new government is expected to bring stability to the country, which will eventually be reflected in consumer spending and confidence.
“Investors should focus on positioning themselves on the right side of policy, as opposed to politics.”
Business research company Infomineo explains why it decided to set up its second African office in Egypt.
What investors should know about using Africa’s stock markets to tap into its growth story.
The 2014 MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index looks at Africa’s top five destination cities.
Sub-Saharan Africa has seen a 4.7% increase in foreign direct investment in 2013.
The countries of North Africa trade and invest less in each other’s economies than any other region in the world.
South Africa may no longer be Africa’s biggest economy but its airports are still the best in the continent.
“If you have an idea and are passionate about it, just do it,” says founder of The District.
Some 70% of world’s active mobile money users are in sub-Saharan Africa.
Security remains a concern for most African consumers who shop online, a survey finds.
The Mubser prototype uses RGB imaging and infrared depth data to help blind people to imagine their surroundings.
The Templeton Emerging Markets Group highlights trends that could affect investment in emerging markets.