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Africa’s Top 250 Companies in 2020

As international investors take fright, the total market capitalisation of the firms in this year’s survey is down 18% on last year.

Africa’s Top Companies By Region in 2019

To read our regional survey of Africa’s Top 250 companies for 2020, click here

North Africa – Egyptian companies score biggest increase in rankings

Market capitalisation for the region is down to $98bn or 13% of the total, with the bulk of the market capital supplied by the Bourse de Casablanca in Morocco and the Egyptian Exchange. …

Analysis: the top 250 African companies

This year’s list of Africa’s top-250 publicly listed companies shows a few small, but meaningful, changes in the upper slopes of the continent’s corporate landscape, but in the most part the table is a calcification of old trends.…

Zimbabwe’s Econet Heads The List

Twenty-five companies have been ranked in this year’s table of the Top 250 African Companies that were not ranked last year.…

Global Comparisons: Where In The World Is Africa?

African share prices go up and they go down but the value of the continent’s biggest companies remains substantially lower than those in the rest of the world, particularly when the multinationals listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange are taken out of the equation.…

East Africa: Tanzania Challenging Kenya

Although the value of many of the biggest East African companies has fallen over the past year, the region has largely escaped the doom and gloom apparent on stock indices elsewhere in Africa.…