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African Business is the premier business magazine focusing on Africa. With over 140,000 readers across the continent and around the world, it is the ideal vehicle for reaching African consumers, governments and business people. The readers of African Business are well educated decision-makers, with a high standard of living and disposable income, who have the ultimate authority to influence business strategies in their companies. Most major companies and international firms working with or in Africa subscribe to African Business. It is required reading for any business operating in Africa or wanting to venture into the Continent.
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- Nissan invests in South Africa plant.
- Africa's next energy frontier: There have been substantial discoveries of oil and gas in East Africa and the Indian Ocean in the last decade, but the full potential of the region has yet to be realised.
- Anti-mining activist harassed in South Africa.
- Jumia shares jumped soar on debut.
- World Bank cuts growth forecast.
- US initiative seeks $1bn investment in African women.
- Chevron buys Anadarko.
- Tanzania signs funding deal with World Bank.
- Renewable energy powers growth in Senegal.
- Shaping Africa's economic strategy for the digital age.
- Old king coal.
- US-Nigeria: 'blood brothers': Nigeria and the US move closer, as Washington signs its first major binational agreement with an African country in decades. Tom Nevin takes a closer look at the agreement.
- Jonathan takes firm grip at the top: after several months of uncertainty surrounding the Presidency, the dust seems to have finally settled and the Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan, appears secure in the top seat. The economy, paralysed by the political impasse, has now begun to pick up. Frederick Mordi reports from Lagos.
- Lamu port project angers locals.
- African banks healthy and liquid.
- Finding the fine balance.
- Highways key to trade integration.
- Not so fast.