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Africa’s export markets set to boom with port expansions

African Ports Evolution Forum explores the myriad opportunities available at African ports in line with the 2040 Vision for Africa’s transport sector With Africa’s overall…
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Africa’s ports revolution: West Coast to welcome the world

  A number of factors are coming together to propel the container port market along the west coast of Africa between the two desert states of Mauritania in the north and…
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East Africa’s new railways lead logistics investment

Sub-Saharan Africa is currently experiencing the biggest wave of transport infrastructure development in its independence-era history. Railways are being built on a scale not…
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Africa Rail Investment: Real Property And Land Value Capture

The story of Africa’s growth is still trending up. The continent will continue to experience major urban development in the coming decades. Such urban development requires improved…
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Investment Trends in Africa

Considering what makes your project investable Most, if not all, African countries face similar investment challenges, particularly in the mining industry. These include:…
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Innovative funding needed for Africa’s infrastructure

A lot is happening in Africa’s rail space as the continent is very resource rich, Chidi Izuwah. Izuwah is a registered engineer and chairman of the Infrastructure and Public…
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Tanzania: Headway Made in Plan to Build U.S.$30 Billion LNG Plant

Proposed liquefied natural gas plant. Dar es Salaam — A proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Tanzania is moving forward, bringing with it the potential for major…
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11 giant infrastructure projects that are reshaping Africa

In 2009, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa began work on the North South Corridor — a series of roadways and railways spanning more than 6,000 miles across seven…
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Introducing Africa’s Captains of Construction and Infrastructure for 2017

With Africa on the threshold of industrialisation, 2017 bears witness yet again to the resilience of Africa’s industry players and the innovative ways that infrastructure projects…
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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…