CORPORATE AFRICA

Corporate Africa over the last 20 year has become the face of 'investments in Africa'. Since 1994, Corporate Africa has guided investors through windows of opportunity in African industries; linking businesses and governments into the network of global investments, trade, and technology.

CORPORATE AFRICA AND SOUTH AFRICA

Corporate Africa in 1994 worked to support President Frederik de Klerk's Government to bring about the transformation that led to the creation of the new democratic South Africa; working to integrate Africans into the national social, commercial, and political systems. Subsequently, Corporate Africa supported President Nelson Mandela and his Government, to sell the new Rainbow nation to the world, and to shepherd new and old investors back into South Africa's economy.

CORPORATE AFRICA AND SOUTH AFRICA

On the other side of the continent, Corporate Africa worked to strengthen investors' brands and images in Nigeria, during dictator Abacha's regime. During this time, Corporate Africa generated confidence about many opportunities in Nigeria and the need for investors to support the economy. Corporate Africa was also there when Nigeria returned to civilian rule and democracy in 1999, working to link the gateway of West Africa, Nigeria, to the gateway of Southern Africa, South Africa, to facilitate the flow of capital unimpeded across the continent.

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Africa Investment News

US, Nigeria to invest 14bn Obama pledge in infrastructure financing

Nigeria and the United States have commenced plans to leverage on US President, Barack Obama’s $14 billion investment pledge in Africa, to finance infrastructure development in Nigeria.

Ethiopia's New Sovereign Credit Rating

Last June, Moody's Investors Service assigned a debut sovereign rating of B1 to the government of Ethiopia. A B1 rating is equivalent to a B rating in Fitch Ratings' scale, which is the agency that rates most African sovereigns.

GE pledges $2 billion to boost African energy infrastructure

CEO Jeff Immelt sees the region as one of the world’s most-promising growth markets.General Electric has pledged $2 billion in energy development across Africa over the next four years, which will increase access, reliability and affordability of core infrastructure through the region.

Dangote Partners Blackstone, Carlyle in $5bn Energy Deal

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote has gone into partnership with Blackstone Group LP and Carlyle Group LP, the world’s two biggest private-equity firms, to invest in energy infrastructure in Nigeria and Africa.

World Bank supports Nigeria with $5bn power fund

THE World Bank has announced its commitment to funding electricity projects in Nigeria and five other African countries with $5billion (about N800 billion). Other beneficiaries of the fund, exclusively for countries that have partnered with President Barack Obama on his Power Africa Initiative.

 
 
           
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