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Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein highlights sub-Saharan Africa as a region for possible future investment.
Professor Lemma Senbet urges African economies not to base growth only on natural resources.
The gravity of the diamond world is shifting towards Botswana due to a new development in which mining company De Beers is moving its sales activities to the Southern African country.
To aid growth, Angola needs to diversify its economy, focusing on strengthening its food producing industry.
There are indications that China’s activities in Africa will be more varied in future.
Regional integration can positively affect African people through job creation and freedom of movement.
Diamonds continue to be an important resource and source of wealth in many African countries.
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.”
Burkina Faso is seeing growth in its agriculture, mining and telecommunications industries.
The DRC’s planned energy project is also aimed at alleviating poverty and aiding industrialisation.
José Carlos Pinheiro warns of the danger of basing investment solely on development in the mining and oil sectors.
While GDP figures indicate growth, this does not necessarily translate into economic development.
Oil production and mining are expected to drive Congo’s growth.