Even if Power Africa reaches its goal, some 500m people will remain without electricity.
Local miners in Obuasi are feeling the pain of falling prices, as the country looks to re-energise its lucrative mining sector.
Rwanda’s development model is all set for extensive foreign investment, but the country’s stock exchange struggles to attract capital.
For Rwanda, a landlocked nation of nearly 12m with ambitions of becoming a hub, regional integration is essential.
Speaking to African Business in Kigali in March, Gatete insisted that Rwanda’s economic model is more than a flash in the pan – and will continue to transform the country’s prospects.
With innovation in technology redefining the spheres of business, government and citizens’ daily lives globally, Africa finds itself at a historic crossroads.
A stalling economy and a tough regulatory environment mean that Barclays PLC could find it difficult to offload its Africa business.
Infrastructural intrusion and tension between human and wild habitats have put Nairobi’s iconic park at a historic crossroads.