September 26

  • Africa: U.S. Should Back Real Economic Transformation [guest column]


    The focus on business at the U.S.-Africa Leadership Summit last month was a welcome pointer for how to recalibrate policy and bring tangible economic benefits in trade and... Read more »

  • Africa: Huawei to Invest Over U.S. $4 Billion in Fixed Broadband Technology Over Next 3 Years


    Huawei has announced that it will be investing over US $4 billion in Fixed Broadband (FBB) technology research and development over the next three years. Read more »

  • Tanzania: TTB Eyes Increased Hotel Industry Investment

    Daily News

    Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) Acting Managing Director, Devota Mdachi speaks during the official opening of the BEST Western Plus Colosseum Hotel, located along Nkrumah Street in... Read more »

  • Zambia: KCM Needs Capital Injection - Veep

    Times of Zambia

    VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has said Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) needs capital injection for the company to continue operating as a viable business entity. Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG Seeks Local, Foreign Investments in Infrastructure

    Daily Independent

    The Federal Government on Friday stressed the need for adequate local and foreign investments in infrastructure to boost the nation's economy. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Property Investment Has Its Risks [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    IT is a widely held opinion that real estate is one of the best asset classes for long term investors. Read more »

  • Namibia: We Must Rethink Investment [opinion]


    TWENTY four years after independence Namibia's dream to overcome poverty and its associated ills has remained a dream. Theories came, theories went, with TIPEEG (Targeted... Read more »

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