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Sandton Gautrain Station in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Africa’s megacities a magnet for investors

Yet increasing populations will need jobs and modern infrastructure
Moroccan King Mohammed VI is welcomed by President John Pombe Magufuli on a visit to Tanzania in October 2016. Photo credit: Presidency of Tanzania

Morocco flexed economic muscles and returned to the AU

The North African country has now rejoined the African Union, having worked slowly but steadily to establish itself as a major economic force in sub-Saharan Africa.
Roadworkers undertaking repairs on a World Bank funded road. Photo credit: World Bank/Trevor Samson

Business opportunities through government tenders

African companies to bid for contracts around the world
Fumani Mthembi, one of the founders of Pele Energy Group. Photo: Tsidi Bishop

Young South Africans investing in lucrative renewable energy sector

Pele Energy Group joins the league of independent power producers
An oil production facility in Nigeria. Photo credit: Panos/J

Commodity prices crash hits Africa

Volatile global financial markets and weaknesses in global growth to blame
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe flanked by African leaders at TICAD-VI. Photo credit: Rwandan Presidency

Africa welcomes new trade initiatives from Japanese investors

TICAD VI’s Nairobi Declaration is aimed at boosting economic ties
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