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KPMG economist talks about South Africa’s value as an entry point for business in Africa.
Africans living abroad can help reduce poverty by investing back home.
Unprecedented investments in Africa’s ground transportation are hardly enough.
The West African nation has set itself an ambitious target of becoming one of the world’s top 20 economies by 2020.
Fibre-optic internet cables could leap-frog Africa into the future.
Anna Rosenberg finds that Kenya is ahead of other East African countries in many areas.
This landlocked East African country has good potential for growth.
The CEO of Kenya’s new low-cost airline advises entrepreneurs to learn from their disappointments.
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.