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Denmark-born architect has designed and built residential and hospitality projects in Kenya.
Taking a closer look at the impact that Ghana’s young oil industry is having on the economy.
North African countries offer business opportunities in a range of industries.
“The once dominant influence of the West is diminishing and it will have to metamorphose a new relationship with Africa.”
While oil finds are expected to bring wealth, infrastructure, political and corporate challenges need to be overcome.
“The potential for growth is there. We need to transform this potential into reality.”
Regional trade coalitions may make doing business in African countries a little easier,
African businesses could benefit from establishing branches in Dubai.
Changing laws, rapid urbanisation and a gap in the market add strength to Tanzania’s property development industry.
Businesswoman Gina Din-Kariuki invests in Kenya’s oil and gas industry.
José Carlos Pinheiro warns of the danger of basing investment solely on development in the mining and oil sectors.
“We are going to have an interesting day,” says George Okai as we drive out of the parking area of the DHL Express head office in Ghana’s capital Accra.
Despite growth across the continent, the majority of Africans still live below the bread line.
The emergence of the middle class can only be sustained if strategies are put in place that expand prosperity for all.
Africa needs responsible leaders to fully realise its growth potential.