Archive for the ‘Infrastructure’ category
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.
The US-Africa Leaders Summit revived debate on America’s efforts to catch up with China’s growing influence in Africa.
The economic payoff of greater connectivity could be immense.
There is another side to the Nigeria story that has been overshadowed by the recent headlines.
Forecast to grow at 8% per year over the next five years, Mozambique is benefiting from mineral wealth and infrastructure development.
DHL highlights opportunities for African entrepreneurs and SMEs in the continent.
South Africa ranked as only African country in A.T. Kearney’s top 25 most attractive FDI markets.
Banks and microfinance firms charge prohibitively high interest rates and attach onerous requirements to loans.
Looking beyond Lagos at potential for consumer facing companies in Nigerian cities.
The Trans-African Highway, a road network linking Africa’s major cities, is far from complete, 43 years on.