A local engineering firm, Ng’andu Consulting is seeking to invest in South Sudan to take advantage of the yawning opportunities in Africa’s youngest country.
Ghana is making a fresh bid to develop a corporate bond market and aims to achieve five listings in the next three years, an adviser to a new government bond development panel told Reuters on Thursday.
The African Stock Investment Competition starts off a new year by taking a new direction and launching new offerings to catalyze investments in Africa by educating the next generation of economic leaders.
The IMF has expression concern over Namibia’s fiscal outlook as debt to GDP ratio currently at 16 percent could rise to 30 percent by 2013/14 unless authorities scaled back on expansionary fiscal policies.
THE President of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Amb. Victor Gbeho, the President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe and other leaders in the sub-region have asked citizens of West Africa to patronise products manufactured on the continent.
IN AUGUST, South African rock band Watershed flew to the Democratic Republic of Congo in a corporate jet to play at a function for a foreign company with a copper mine in the area.
MIAMI — Political leaders and South Florida entrepreneurs are setting their sights on increased trade with South Africa to boost the region’s economic growth.
(InformAfrica) — Malawi has awarded oil exploration licences to UK-based firm Surestream Petroleum to search for oil in the country’s main lake, the minister of energy said on Monday.
Cameroon’s dream of building, digging and mining its way out of widespread poverty by 2035 has sparked a war of words between government officials and environmentalists who say the plan encroaches on millions of hectares of forest and threatens local livelihoods.