A concerted effort is needed to unleash Africa’s potential

Potential investors and donors should be linked to African communities as the development of the grassroots sector has been left for too long in...

BRICS To Issue Green Bonds

The New Development Bank (NDB), established by the BRICS group of emerging nations, plans to sell 3 billion yuan ($448.37 million) of yuan-denominated, green...

New fund aims to boost African SMEs

By: Thandisizwe Mgudlwa - AfricanBrains The African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) sector is fast proving to be the main driving force for the continent’s...

Arab Education Summit to take place on 24-26 March 2013 in Amman, Jordan

Under the Official Patronage of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ministry of Education Organising Partner The Arab Education Summit is a landmark event bringing together captains of industry and government...

UNDP & EMRC to Co-organise AgriBusiness Forum 2011

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the European Marketing Research Centre (EMRC) will jointly host the AgriBusiness Forum 2011 entitled “Engaging the Private...

Energy Trends in Africa: Will Africa be the Global Green Energy Leader?

Frost & Sullivan Host a Complimentary Web Conference With the latest supply of power grids, power generation efficiency and movement toward energy-efficient buildings, Africa is...

Africa Analysis: Taking charge of university fundraising

Stunning fundraising success at Stellenbosch University is a model for others in Africa, but leadership is crucial, says Linda Nordling. Stellenbosch University (SU) in South Africa...

SA:Transnet launches R300bn infrastructure investment plan

Pretoria - Transnet has launched a R300 billion infrastructure plan that is set to create 588 000 new jobs in the South African economy. Through...

Africa: Chinese Firms Explore Investments in Four African Countries At Itc-Organised Seminar

PIGA project aims to spur African job creation, income growth through increased Chinese trade and investment. Representatives from 90 Chinese companies last week expressed strong...

Rwanda’s Dependence On Foreign Aid Drops 45 Percent

Rwanda's dependence on foreign aid fell from 86 per cent in 2000 to 45 per cent in 2010, according to a new report from...

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