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World Class Cruise Terminal For Durban

The plan to position Durban as a world-class cruise capital took a step forward this morning with the announcement of the preferred bidder for the Durban Cruise Terminal – KwaZulu…
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To counter OBOR, India and Japan propose Asia-Africa sea corridor

The two governments hope that the project would be cheaper option and have a smaller carbon footprint when compared to China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative. Prime Minister…
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Expert predicts growth in Nigeria’s real estate investment beyond $13.65 billion

In view of the progress recorded in the real estate investment REIT’s in Africa in 2016, financial experts and real estate practitioners have all expressed the hope of an improved…
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Why investing in African infrastructure pays

Throughout history, we see a direct correlation between the wealth, power and development of nations and the state of their infrastructure. Infrastructure, however you define…
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Nigeria-Benin Rail Line Underway as Experts Discuss West African Infrastructure Projects

A standard gauge rail line stretching from Parakou in Benin Republic will terminate in Ilorin, central Nigeria, upon completion, as part of a budding infrastructure rebirth aimed…
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Kenya the 15th most attractive investment destination in Africa

According to the research by Quantum Global, Kenya’s rate of economic growth is on track to exceed the average for sub-Saharan Africa for the eighth year in a row. This growth…
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Expansion on the horizon for north African Ports

Investments in North African ports are delivering on numerous fronts. Felicity Landon reports From West to East, the contrasts in fortunes and focus at North Africa's ports could…
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Ghana woos African investors

Mr Joe Ghartey, the Minister of Railways Development, has urged African investors to invest in the development of infrastructure in Ghana, where the security and fruitfulness of…
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Sub-Saharan Africa economic growth to recover slightly in 2017: IMF

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa should recover slightly to 2.6 percent this year after a more than two-decade low in 2016 as commodity exporters faced lower prices, the International…
Pretoria — With the African continent continuing to battle poor infrastructure, Africa must mobilise domestic savings and capital markets to invest on deals on the continent, says…
Alan Clegg, Chairman Shumba Energy speaker at the 2017 Junior Indaba
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Junior mining set to benefit from resurgence in sector

(Johannesburg 2 May 2017) After several years of a downturn in the mining and mineral resources sector, green shoots continue to appear off the back of a recovery in commodity prices…
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Kenya-Uganda, AfDB finances upgrading and construction of roads to connect the two countries

The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) approved USD 253.0 million of loans to the Governments of Kenya (USD 147.3 million) and Uganda (USD 105.7 million) for the upgrading of…