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Tuesday 20 February 2018
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Category: News

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...

Zimbabwe: Re-Interpretation Of The Indigenisation Law Paves The Way For Foreign Investment

  For the first time in 30 years, millions of Zimbabweans witnessed what many others around the world have witnessed i.e. a change of...

Good Days Ahead For Tanzania’s Tourism Industry As Marriott Buys The Oldest Hotel In Arusha

  One wise man once told me that to be a gentleman (or gentlewoman for ladies), one has to appreciate his (or her) past; a deep...

Ivory Coast Opens Space For Independent Power Producers: A Bid To Increase Electricity Output

Sometimes when you have something for so long, you tend to undervalue its importance. I just realised this after a recent airing of...

Nigeria Eyes Tea Production In Bid To Diversify Economy

Literature and economics are two areas that hardly relate to each other but in Nigeria, the adage, “it’s darkest before dawn”...

Startups Boosting The Tunisian Tourism Sector After Years Of Decay

  The tourism industry is one sector of the economy that is very fragile; it can suffer immensely in face of political or economic...