Archive for the ‘Infrastructure’ category
Africa’s need to aggressively pursue the industrialisation path has become more compelling.
Consolidating maps of where minerals lie and developing local procurement and infrastructure are key to mining in Africa.
After a decade of little growth, Gaïcha Saddy is positively surprised by recent development projects in Niger.
Despite perceptions of instability, Guinea is developing, with the government promoting its potential.
By building toilet and shower facilities David Kuria’s Ecotact has greatly improved hygiene in informal settlements.
Despite Woolworths’s failure, there are big opportunities for South African retailers in Nigeria.
Africa should focus on developing a range of economic activities and the skills to match these.
Anand Rajaram highlights the need to ensure revenues from oil, gas and mining benefit African populations.
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde applauds Kenya’s recent economic gains.
Woolworths may not have succeeded in Nigeria, but many other South African retailers are doing well.
Conducting business in the continent can often be challenging, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.
Recent violence in South Sudan could erase much of the country’s progress since independence.
At present over a quarter of air routes in Africa are served by only one carrier.
Despite their geographical proximity, the countries of North Africa vary greatly. While some nations are still dealing with the effects of the Arab Spring, it is business as usual in others.
When it comes to addressing the infrastructure deficit in Africa, it’s all about the preparation.