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Many businesses are denied funding as their records are not up to scratch.
Regulations, strong exchange control and small returns deter foreign investment in African startups.
Listing and legal fees, and little chance to earn significant capital deter multinationals from listing on local stock exchanges.
Visitors to Africa are increasingly looking for family-orientated safari options.
“Funds participating in the survey provided effective capital preservation and outperformed equity markets in the region.”
The SADC recognises the importance of public-private partnerships in funding development projects.
The 2014 Doing Business report ranks the East African country at 32nd place globally in ease of doing business.
Despite growth across the continent, the majority of Africans still live below the bread line.
East Africa is “an attractive destination” for private equity funding.
A South African couple turned a crippling experience into a good business opportunity.
How we made it in Africa publisher Jaco Maritz shares his thoughts on Mauritius.
Sandee Teeroovengadum, operations and business development manager at real estate agency Davyland Properties, looks at five areas that hold potential for property investors in Mauritius.
Mauritius has again, for the fifth year in a row, finished on top of the Ibrahim Index of African Governance.
How we made it in Africa interviews Pick n Pay’s head of group enterprises, Dallas Langman, about the opportunities in Mauritius’ retail sector.
Mauritius is planning a range of reforms to boost growth after the country cut its growth target due to declining tourism revenues from the crisis-hit euro zone.