In order to keep things simple around here, we’ll be using this space to list all the pieces that we’re posting on our blog about the World Economic Forum. On to the list!
A news round-up of coverage from the second day of the WEF, which includes an interview with Ali Bongo Ondimba, the president of Gabon; an announcement on climate change by the leaders of South Africa, Gabon, and Kenya, and a report on a water partnership forged among the South African government, Nestlé, and the Water Resources Group.
A first batch of videos from our partners at ABN Digital, who are generously allowing us to co-post their material from Cape Town; here’s the second batch, featuring interviews with the CEO of Nigerian Stock Exchange and economists from the WEF.
Our executive editor, Jacqueline Adams, analyzes a study by Ernst & Young Africa that estimates the FDI into the continent approaching $150 billion by 2015.
A news round-up of coverage from the WEF, which includes a Bloomberg piece on expected growth in African economies by 5.1 percent this year, and a report by Heidrick and Struggles on global talent in 2011.