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According to Caroline Kende-Robb Senior Fellow, African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET), AfCFTA the largest global free trade area by countries could transform the continent’s economic prospects. ______________________   The...

“We are determined not merely to return our economy to where it was before the corona virus, but to forge a new economy in a new global reality” President Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa… Read PDF              ...

Emily Parrett of AfricaCom interviews Temidayo Oniosun, the founder and managing director of Space in Africa, the authority on news, data and market analysis for the African space and satellite industry. The latest African Space Industry...

By Corporate Africa on Jan 15th, 2021

 Africa Energy Finance 2020 digital report is a tool kit to identify financing needs across Africa’s energy value chain; The continent is projected to require $29-39 billion in annual investment to meet forecast energy demand and achieve...

By Corporate Africa on Nov 24th, 2020

Essakane hybrid power plant 15 MWp solar PV power plant in Essakane, Burkina Faso. The solar PV plant will be built next to a 55 MW Wärtsilä power plant currently running on heavy fuel oil, Africa’s largest engine-solar PV hybrid power plant. To...

Ntuthuko Shezi describes himself as an innovator, someone whose job it is to change the way the world works and lives. He also refers to himself as the Cow Executive Officer of South African company Livestock Wealth. His business has built...

Is the Africa Growth & Opportunity Act a Failure? By Toyin Umesiri Chief Executive Officer, Nazaru llc. USA In the year 2000, a bipartisan U.S. policy called The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) was passed into law. AGOA was...

By Ville Rimali, Director, Growth & Development Africa & Europe, Wärtsilä Energy Business It is no longer disputable that the energy transition integrating renewable energies into the grid is a reality that is unfolding globally....

  By Shaun Jayaratnam, Associate Vice President, Vega Foods Singapore “Protectionism is a misnomer. The only people protected by tariffs, quotas and trade restrictions are those engaged in uneconomic and wasteful activity. Free trade is the...

In its February review of African equities Corporate Africa reports that since the start of 2021 the markets of sub Saharan Africa are experiencing mixed fortune. The major markets of Egypt, south Africa and Nigeria are moving upwards while...