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Developing sustainable forest ecosystems in Africa will help boost its economies

Almost every African state today is a net importer of wood products.

Quantum Global’s Africa Investment Index shows Ghana on the rebound

Ghana’s economy has experienced strong and robust growth over the past decade, making its success a case worth emulating by its regional peers.

Sovereign wealth funds and Africa’s unique challenges

A sovereign wealth fund can help to avoid the ‘resource curse’ or ‘paradox of plenty’.

How Chinese innovation can spur economic growth in Africa

China’s prowess in technology and innovation can be replicated in Africa.

Financing green energy infrastructure in Africa

Green bonds could potentially play an important role in channelling currently low-yielding funds into Africa’s burgeoning green energy sector.

Is Africa on the cusp of a new era of sustainable mining?

Investment opportunities are rising in number right across the continent, including in Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritania and Senegal.

Recent Articles

  1. Sovereign wealth funds and Africa’s unique challenges

    1 October, 2017
    A sovereign wealth fund can help to avoid the ‘resource curse’ or ‘paradox of plenty’.
  2. Developing sustainable forest ecosystems in Africa will help boost its economies

    27 September, 2017
    Almost every African state today is a net importer of wood products.
  3. Private equity investors can help Africa to feed itself

    21 September, 2017
    Funds that target agricultural small and medium enterprises can quickly lift processing and production numbers.
  4. Financing green energy infrastructure in Africa

    20 September, 2017
    Green bonds could potentially play an important role in channelling currently low-yielding funds into Africa’s burgeoning green energy sector.
  5. Is Africa on the cusp of a new era of sustainable mining?

    19 September, 2017
    Investment opportunities are rising in number right across the continent, including in Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritania and Senegal.
  6. How Chinese innovation can spur economic growth in Africa

    13 September, 2017
    China’s prowess in technology and innovation can be replicated in Africa.
  7. Sub-Saharan Africa’s recovery remains on course, but there are risks to monitor

    11 September, 2017
    Growth will remain divergent across the economies.
  8. The role of mobile financial services in achieving financial inclusion in Africa

    10 August, 2017
    In most African countries, mobile phone banking is taking services to remote areas where conventional banks have been physically absent or too expensive to use.
  9. Quantum Global’s Africa Investment Index shows Ghana on the rebound

    1 August, 2017
    Ghana’s economy has experienced strong and robust growth over the past decade, making its success a case worth emulating by its regional peers.
  10. African farmers should take advantage of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies

    21 July, 2017
    Successfully modernising and consolidating Africa’s agricultural landscape will lead to greater self-sufficiency.
  11. Renewables and Africa’s energy future

    5 July, 2017
    The cost of renewables – particularly solar panels – has fallen significantly over recent years, bringing mass produced clean energy into the realms of reality.
  12. Getting it right for investors in Angola

    1 July, 2017
    Angola has engaged in an unparalleled level of investment and structural reform since peacetime in 2002.
  13. Nigeria 19th most attractive investment destination in Africa

    27 June, 2017
    The short- to medium-term focus of the Nigerian government is to reduce imports and address primary sector blockages.
  14. Opportunities for private equity

    21 June, 2017
    Private capital is being courted, and African investors may be more prepared for the higher perceived risk than their foreign counterparts.
  15. Investors seek strong corporate governance

    19 June, 2017
    If governance regulations are strengthened, this can help companies, investors and national economies deal with future shocks.
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