Archive for the ‘Infrastructure’ category
African countries should focus on building smaller infrastructure projects that require less financing.
Africa needs to deal with the misconceptions around the continent’s size, risks and opportunities by branding and marketing itself better.
During a session at the recent World Economic Forum on Africa, held in Cape Town, experts discussed the latest developments in addressing the continent’s energy infrastructure constraints.
“The biggest threat to Africa is not invasion by neighbours; it is poverty.”
For Africa’s engineers, the opportunities for employment and work experience on the continent have never been so great.
There have been a number of rather exciting infrastructure opportunities coming to the market, particularly in East Africa.
After almost two decades of civil war, Mozambique is rapidly emerging as one of the fastest growing economies in Africa.
“Beyond the direct impact of poor infrastructure, lack of engineering capacity hampers economic growth.”
How we made it in Africa talks energy with KenGen’s outgoing managing director Eddy Njoroge.
ICT in Africa remains an attractive area for investment, according to the African Development Bank.
The notion of a free trade area spanning across a large part of Africa sounds wonderful in theory, but how will it play out in reality?
Ramón Cruz provides practical examples of road transport initiatives that have positively tackled transport issues in Africa.
The African Development Bank’s Shem Simuyemba outlines some of the investment opportunities in Africa’s infrastructure sector.
Africa’s infrastructure developments continues to be dominated by projects that facilitate the pit to port transportation of resources.
Physical infrastructure backlog in most of Africa is widely known and acknowledged.