A solution to solving the infrastructure deficit? A close cooperation between businesses and the government.
Everything business people and investors would like to know about Africa’s infrastructure sector.
Tony Blair’s five principles that govern mutually-beneficial relationships between African governments and foreign investors.
I’m often asked where I’ll will be investing in the coming months and years? So here are five hotspots that I’d highlight for 2015.
Alan Knott-Craig, of Project Isizwe, is partnering with governments to provide free public Wi-Fi, at a cost of only $0.09 per GB.
A new KPMG report highlights 100 of the world’s top infrastructure projects.
New white space technology could be a game-changer for internet access on the continent.
The opportunities for further growth in Africa’s trade are huge, but will only be unlocked if several structural issues can be overcome.
My recent visit to Lagos has changed my perception of Nigeria’s commercial capital.
“I believe being landlocked in the middle of Africa is now potentially a great advantage,” says Robin Miller of REIZ.
Blackstone CEO discusses the firm’s recent investment in Africa.
New report shows Gulf companies are increasing their exposure to African infrastructure, primarily telecommunications, ports and power.
Once rocked by war and ethnic tensions, Abidjan is again rising.
“You cannot do business in Africa via the internet or emails, one has to physically visit potential customers.”
How we made it in Africa talks to OPIC about the nitty-gritty of the Power Africa initiative.
PwC says investors should look beyond Lagos, Kinshasa and Johannesburg.