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“I believe being landlocked in the middle of Africa is now potentially a great advantage,” says Robin Miller of REIZ.
Uber has launched its taxi app in South Africa and Nigeria.
“There is always business to be done in Africa,” says Tim Clark, president of Emirates.
“Connectivity between Africa and Asia is very poor. That is something I’d love to get into.”
Stefan Joselowitz answers our questions.
Motorcycle taxis are one of the leading causes of road accidents in Kenya.
Woolworths is expanding its African food operations, but sourcing local fresh produce remains a challenge.
The countries of North Africa trade and invest less in each other’s economies than any other region in the world.
South Africa may no longer be Africa’s biggest economy but its airports are still the best in the continent.
The Carlyle Group has seen greater than expected investor interest in a fund focused solely on sub-Saharan Africa.
A World Bank study notes that only a few African seaports are world class.
Air transport reforms are needed to unlock the industry’s full potential across the continent.
Unprecedented investments in Africa’s ground transportation are hardly enough.
“Informal flows are extraordinarily developed and actually very good at getting to market.”
Low-cost carrier Jambojet, a subsidiary of Kenya Airways, is set take to the skies on April 1.