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Top 10 Areas In Kenya Where Demand For Property Remains High

Location of any property is a crucial factor that determines the price of land to investors both now and in future. Land being a physical and long term asset, investors prefer properties...
Nigeria Leading Seed Hub

New Study Identifies Nigeria As Leading Seed Hub In Western And Central Africa

* Nigeria’s Value Seeds tops Access to Seeds Index for Western and Central Africa * Growing number of local companies is positive, but too few currently do plant breeding 

Reshaping Africa’s Healthcare

According to the World Health Organisation, if African countries cannot achieve universal health coverage, the region will likely suffer a loss of about 2.4 trillion dollars annually. Doctor Michael Obeng, Owner of...

The Future Of E-commerce In Africa: A Mere Illusion?

The potential for a remarkable and long lasting e-commerce growth is within Africa’s grasps. Now, it is the responsibility of everyone involved in this market to do everything in their power, so that African countries can truly enjoy and benefit from e-commerce.
Poultry Farmers

Drive To Increase Food Security In East Africa Through Farmer Training

Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (NYSE: ELAN) recently advanced on its East Africa Growth Accelerator (EAGA) initiative in Kenya.   Elanco’s Dr. Dmytro Radko, a trained veterinarian and poultry...

How To Have A Good Conversation

When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have great conversations – and most of us don’t converse very well. A great...
Azad Cola and Nana Bediako

Q&A: African Finance and Infrastructure Foreign Investment

A unique perspective from British multi-millionaire property developer Azad Cola and Ghanaian serial entrepreneur Nana Bediako who recently joined forces to establish an investment company, Capital Nine Zero (CNZ), to develop...

What You Need To Know About Nigeria’s New Housing Law

Nigeria’s National Assembly has passed a new housing law called the National Housing Fund Act. As part of the provisions of the act, there will be a 2.5 per cent mandatory contribution...
Gerald Gondo, Business Development Executive, RisCura

Closing Africa’s Infrastructure Gap

Never before has the need for infrastructure felt so immediate and acute. This became apparent to me as I travelled to Nairobi, Lagos, Lusaka and Gaborone during the first three months of this year.

The Next Phase Of Real Estate Financing In Africa

By Selwyn Blieden; Head of Africa Coverage, Commercial Property FinanceFor a long time, the most prominent players in the African property sector have been private equity or...

The Big Lie Of Small Business

A small Business can be a success, a small business doesn't have to stay small. Africa like many places is full of small businesses and struggling entrepreneurs, from small shop owners to...

Rwanda Economy Expands By 8.6% In 2018

According to the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda GDP grew by 8.6 per cent in 2018 exceeding the previously projected target of 7.2 per cent. Ivan Murenzi, Deputy Director General of...

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