Contrary to received wisdom that investing in African infrastructure is both risky and not very profitable, Oliver Andrews* argues that the opposite is the case
President and founder of Eurasia Group to open the continent’s premier infrastructure investment summit
The present time holds some great opportunities for Africa says Andrew Skipper, head of Africa at international law firm Hogan Lovells.
Suddenly, after years in the wilderness, African infrastructure is becoming the main attraction for local as well as foreign investors.
South Sudan plans two roads that connect the oil producing nation to Ethiopia.
Nigeria’s Infrastructure Credit Guarantee Company (InfraCredit) will encourage much-needed investment.
East Africa is enjoying an infrastructure boom on the back of cheap Chinese steel.
Plugging Africa’s infrastructure gap presents opportunities for international financiers if they can locate bankable projects and navigate the risks.
Ethiopia’s government has mitigated some of the fallout of the country’s worst drought in decades – but such achievements appear precarious at best.
South Africa is facing a water crisis if the country ignores the issue of supply and quality enforcement.