The tiny fishing village of Bagamoyo in Tanzania is set to become Africa’s largest port in a $10bn Chinese development. Are locals right to be optimistic?
Does the investment by Allianz Global Investors (AGI) in the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) mark a turning point for infrastructure investment across the African continent?
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have committed loans to several African countries this week.
Kenya and Tanzania are among nine African countries set to benefit from an ambitious US-led initiative to invest in gas-powered power plants.
Study finds that while wealthy nations advocate renewables at home, 60% of aid to African energy projects went on fossil fuels.
President Xi Jinping embarks on his fourth voyage across the continent, forgotten by the United States and Europe
President Xi Jinping’s tour of four African countries is expected to extend Beijing’s influence on the continent
The United States has issued yet another warning to African nations over the risk of being laden with unsustainable debt through large-scale infrastructure projects that are not economically viable.
Massive change is underway in Africa's power sector, and unless it adapts to the changes and embraces new models and new technologies, it risks its future profitability.
Chinese companies previously showed little interest in Francophone West Africa, but they are now competing there with firms from France for big infrastructure projects.
To help attract greater private sector investment in Africa's infrastructure, a unique initiative has been launched which aims to assist African Governments to strengthen their infrastructure procurement capacity.
A private equity expert highlights the top challenges impacting on the levels of private sector investment in Africa's infrastructure development, and offers some creative solutions.
The EU has approved an €800m investment package, which is expected to leverage up to €9bn in public and private investment in Africa - including in energy, transport and urban development.
Analysis by African Energy Live Data shows installed power capacity on the continent will increase by almost 50% from 2018 to 2022, should all announced commercial operation dates be met.
Two clean energy projects backed by the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund took significant steps forward in the last week of June.
A group of 10 African nations, including some of the continent’s rising economic stars, will fall $1 trillion short of the infrastructure financing required to meet U.N. development goals by 2040, a study released on Tuesday found.
Plans for a regional power pool moved closer after Kenya and Tanzania secured funding of over $600m from the World Bank and AFD
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