Friday 18 October, 2019
Edition: English
Category Archives: Government Affairs

Corporate Africa investigates food and security projects planned by agencies  covering common agricultural policy for the CEMAC and  ECCAS regions of West and Central Africa. The projects are seeking to build sustainable farming systems,...

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...

  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...

By Corporate Africa UWIN (Unleashing the Wealth in Nations) recently released research that suggests that investors in Africa are increasingly positive as a result of increasing technological advances, most notably blockchain. Corporate Africa...

Independent evaluation shows that IFAD support to Burkina Faso has increased agricultural productivity and incomes of households: By Cristina Spagnolo Development projects financed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)...

Africa is charting a new path towards a single continental market and it will be an economic revolution. Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, reasserted the resolve of the African leaders during the recently-concluded 30th African Union...

By Richard Li, a Singapore-based partner with Steel Advisory Partners, a management consulting firm that serves clients across industries.   According to the African Development Bank, the continent has been growing at a fast pace, averaging...

James Norris, Corporate Africa interviews Mr Alain Ebobissé, CEO of the Africa50 Infrastructure Fund Africa50 targets private and PPP projects in several infrastructure sectors, but the priority is energy and transport. Could you tell us...

Corporate Africa | Corporate Africa News Nowadays the most important challenge for African companies is to gradually break the chain of economical dependency upon European nations: This is made possible by the attraction in the African territory...