Archive for the ‘Lesotho’ category

Doing business in Kenya: What do Chinese companies really think?

It is very rare in Kenya to see the CEO of a Chinese-owned company discussing their interests in the country.

US-Africa trade: A look at the real issues around AGOA

How successful has AGOA been in the past 14 years and what future does it hold for Africa?

Africa’s top five most travelled to cities

The 2014 MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index looks at Africa’s top five destination cities.

Getting the private sector involved in infrastructure development in SADC

The SADC recognises the importance of public-private partnerships in funding development projects.

Top 10 list of most gender equal countries in Africa

A World Economic Forum report ranks African countries on their ability to close the gender gap.

Counting matters! Statistics are the backbone of proper planning

Outdated and incorrect data can skew perceptions about Africa’s growth.

The misunderstood lives of Chinese traders in Africa

How we made it in Africa takes a look at the largely undocumented lives of Chinese shopkeepers on the continent.

African equity investment options set to expand

Sub-Saharan Africa could well have another stock market joining its ranks next year, with the news that Lesotho is planning to open an exchange before the end of 2011, according to its finance minister Timothy Thahane.

Lesotho to open stock exchange before end of next year

Lesotho is planning to launch a stock exchange before the end of 2011, Bloomberg reported today.