Africa's increasing demand for energy
Africa’s demand for energy is steadily increasing and solutions to meet this growth have become a major concern amongst the energy sector leaders within the…
Fears grow in Africa that the flood of funds from China will start to ebb
How African governments should negotiate better infrastructure deals with China
China is investing in Africa and that's a good thing
China is Africa's biggest trade partner and is helping to develop the continent's infrastructure.
Investors are fearful of risk in African infrastructure. They shouldn't be.
Is there an overblown perception of risk when it comes to investing in Africa’s infrastructure? Some institutional…
US's new Africa policy will increase competition to fund infrastructure
Linking economic and security interests to investment will make more funds available.
Trump's New Africa Plan: Fewer US Troops and Aid, More Investment and Deals
To compete with China in Africa, the White House aims to encourage US investment but will continue a troop drawdown and…
East Africa's investment policies hurting foreign inflows into region
East African countries’ increasing restrictions on foreign investments are being blamed for the decline in foreign inflows into…
A China-US battle for influence in Africa is going to drive up infrastructure funding
China and the US are battling for ascendancy in sub-Saharan Africa albeit with their very different…
China’s One Belt, One Road may be a dead end for African countries
Debt financing is commonly tied to the use of labour from China, there is little transparency about loan conditions and money is…
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