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Alibaba Business School, Alibaba Group’s university, last week hosted 30 Rwanda-based entrepreneurs at the company’s global headquarter in Hanghzou to learn from Alibaba’s experience and the tools needed to run successful business in...

Toga Chanaka Ethiopia is renegotiating billions of dollars in loans from Beijing for a railway that links the Ethiopian capital to neighboring Djibouti, to avoid being buried by “serious” debt woes tied to China’s controversial infrastructure...

What Is 5G? The G means generation. So 2G is second-generation technology. When you went to your flip phone and you remember how you used to text using a 10 key device. That was 2G and allowed that kind of service. 3G is when the internet became...

Inadequate infrastructure remains a major obstacle towards Africa achieving its full economic growth potential. With Africa seen as one of the world’s fastest growing economic hubs, meeting the demand for key infrastructure has been identified...

OVERVIEW For well over a decade, GTR Africa has provided the annual highlight to domestic industry key-players, with extensive opportunities for networking and business development, the event will provide a comprehensive agenda covering all...

Annual Confederation of British Industry Conference 19 November 2018  Intercontinental – The O2, London Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (NOG) 01-04 Jul 2019 ICC, Abuja, Nigeria Power & Electricity World Africa 2018 26...

By Corporate Africa on Feb 1st, 2019

GTR Africa 2019, taking place at Cape Town, South Africa during March 14 – 15th 2019. ...

  According to James Norris at Corporate Africa regardless of the type of Brexit including no-deal Brexit, the relationship between the UK and Africa will remain pretty much the same. In fact the harder the divorce the better for African...

Africa World Growth Engine Set to Rise in 2019   CorpAfrica Holistic Digital Platforms have broken new barriers during 2018 and is set to generate increased results and maximum impact for customers in 2019 supported by Corporate Africa...

Work is currently underway on some of the largest construction projects ever completed in Africa as the continent builds key infrastructure to support its fast growing population. Below is a list of the top 10 major infrastructure projects...

By Corporate Africa on Dec 6th, 2018