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The most influential pan-African business magazine
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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- Abraaj sells up.
- New opportunities, old problems in East Africa: East Africa can be a difficult market, but the region offers significant opportunities for companies that take the time to understand the terrain.
- PIDA fast-tracks infrastructure development: The African Union's Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) has helped many cross-border power projects to find investment.
- Zambia shelves borrowing plans.
- Should development trump democracy? The Chinese model of state-led development is seen by many as the way to bring greater prosperity to Africa, but can it be relied upon to deliver and are Africans prepared to live with a democratic deficit?
- Kenya eyes new markets regulator.
- Ethiopia breaks up telecoms monopoly.
- Mandela at 100: Pause to reflect on African leadership: In the face of continued inequality and rising ethnonationalism we should reflect on Madiba's legacy and strive to build a society based on ethical principles, says the CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
- "I want EMA to embrace Africa": interview with Yasmine Bahri-Domon, president of the EMA foundation.
- "Youth unemployment is Africa's greatest challenge": the chairman of Heirs Holdings talks to African Business about the outlook for business across the continent.
- $1.9 bn: Actis launches $1.9bn renewable platform.
- $183m the Gabonese government.
- $21m Intra-African investment.