Archive for the ‘Property’ category
International hotel brands are capitalising on the growing demand for rooms across the continent.
Changing laws, rapid urbanisation and a gap in the market add strength to Tanzania’s property development industry.
José Carlos Pinheiro warns of the danger of basing investment solely on development in the mining and oil sectors.
Shopping mall developments continue despite terrorist attack in Kenya.
“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.
Rapid urbanisation is likely to lead to an increase in the demand for housing and service delivery.
Property developers focus on growing shopping malls across Nigeria.
“The majority of Nigerians are good people, entrepreneurs who are hardworking and wanting to make a success out of life.”
“Not everybody can afford $300 a night,” says Diar Capital founder as it moves into the mid-range hospitality market.
Africa needs responsible leaders to fully realise its growth potential.
Holiday Inn Accra Airport general manager Bruce Potter shares his business insight.
Mangalis Management is an African hospitality group that wants to put Africa on the map.
“Home is the best. If you don’t build your country, no one else will build it, that is why I moved back to Somalia.”
Entrepreneur speaks about the challenges of growing his property company in Ghana.
How we made it in Africa talks to Carlo Matta, CEO of Ghana-based Laurus Development Partners.