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Pakistani investors eye Tanzania’s construction industry

Pakistani investors eye Tanzania’s construction industry

InformAfrica gathered that Pakistani investors eyeing Tanzania’s construction industry have opened a cement factory in the East African country. The Pakistan investors also established that Tanzania was a suitable place for investment in different fields due to its political and environment stability.

Equatorial Guinea continues investment in infrastructures

Equatorial Guinea continues investment in infrastructures

With a clear objective in the Horizon 2020 Plan, the Government of Equitorial Guinea continues with its policy of investment and improvement of the country’s infrastructures.

FDI into Africa accelerates as investor perceptions begin to shift: Survey

FDI into Africa accelerates as investor perceptions begin to shift: Survey

Growing optimism and confidence among international and African investors has lead to significant inward investment into Africa over the last decade according to Ernst & Young’s second African Attractiveness Survey.

Zambian Firm Eyes South Sudan For Investment

Zambian Firm Eyes South Sudan For Investment

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.

Direct investment booms in South Africa

Direct investment booms in South Africa

By Bernard Sathekge (South Africa News)   South African direct investment in Africa has increased four times the rate of overall foreign direct investment coming into the country, according to the latest survey by the South African Institute of Race Relations. Lucy Holborn, research manager at the institute, said while South African investment in Africa accounted […]

Emerging from Charity to Capital Investment in Africa

Emerging from Charity to Capital Investment in Africa

The global economic recession isn’t going away any time soon. It will likely be worse than 2008 with the Euro debt hanging over us, the U.S. slow recovery, and China’s growth also slowing (but still strong). There is no magic bullet for what is ailing the world and the pain will be felt for a long time.

Africa’s Copperbelt a magnet for investors

Africa’s Copperbelt a magnet for investors

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.

Malawi eyes oil exploration, engages UK firm

Malawi eyes oil exploration, engages UK firm

(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: Investment plans endanger forest reserves

Cameroon: Investment plans endanger forest reserves

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.

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