Posts Tagged ‘Infrastructure’
Africa Tech Trends is a fortnightly column by Tom Jackson focusing on the most important developments in Africa’s technology industry.
Martin Tronquit, managing partner of research firm Infomineo, looks at five misconceptions about Africa.
The economic payoff of greater connectivity could be immense.
When it comes to addressing the infrastructure deficit in Africa, it’s all about the preparation.
The SADC recognises the importance of public-private partnerships in funding development projects.
A key area that will require greater and smarter investment to fuel the region’s economic growth will be the energy sector.
“The biggest threat to Africa is not invasion by neighbours; it is poverty.”
KPMG recently released its Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition. How we made it in Africa takes a look at the six African projects that were included in the top 100.
Cities will play a critical role in Africa’s economic future, says Siegmar Pröbstl, CEO of Siemens Africa.
Many sub-Saharan African cities included in the Siemens African Green City Index face considerable environmental problems.
One of the major setbacks that affects development in Africa has to do with the lack of a strong infrastructure base.
Nigeria’s south-western states (Ekiti, Ondo, Osun and Lagos States) are set to establish a joint venture in a bid to improve infrastructure in the region.
Nigeria’s infrastructure challenge is huge and the involvement of the private sector is not just desirous, but necessary.
In recent years, Indian financing and technical assistance for African infrastructure has displayed meaningful gains.
In Nigeria’s colonial era, the city of Port Harcourt was favoured by the British rulers as a place to live because of its balmy weather, extensive gardens, sound infrastructure and access to the Atlantic Ocean.