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Saturday 18 January 2020
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Category: News

Investment Events to Look Out For In 2020

The African continent has been witnessing a steady and commendable rise in local and foreign investment figures in recent years as global...

Zimbabwe Starts Privatising State Enterprises: Invites Foreign Investors To Claim Their Share

  Zimbabwe’s new leadership has stayed true to its word that it would take action with regards to state enterprises especially those...

Nigeria: The Potential To Turn Water Sports Into A Money-Spinning Venture And Boost Tourism

  One of the first quotes that I learned as a young boy in primary school is, “Water is life.” Back then when my teacher was...

Botswana: Africa’s Fastest Growing Economy

  When it comes to opposition politics and activism in Africa, no matter which country you go to, and no matter the person you meet...

Dreams Of Better Days For Lamu

  Terror groups and a lack of jobs have blighted the Kenyan town of Lamu, one of the oldest settlements on the African coast. A new...

Challenges And Opportunities Presented By ‘Day Zero’ In Cape Town

  There are certain things we all take for granted and as Cape Town is about to witness in a month or so, every caution no matter in...

Tanzania Welcomes New Investors As “Current” Produce Below Desired Results

  Whenever we hear about Tanzania, our first thoughts take us to Mt Kilimanjaro, the surrounding mountains, and nearside grey beaches,...

The Time To Invest In Renewable Energy Is Now

  Africa is a continent full of paradoxes. Individually, African countries compete for the most absurd paradoxes, for instance, while...

Uganda: At The Heart Of Sub-Saharan Africa

  Africa is one continent that is double-faced when it comes to elections. It focuses more on the quantity of elections while...

Congo-Brazzaville’s Cement Industry Attracts New Investors

  Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote is keeping true to the saying, ‘Africa for Africans’. Through his Aliko Dangote Cement...