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Capitalism with a conscience?

There is little doubt that a more ethical, more environmentally friendly movement is sweeping the world and changing the way companies view and conduct their business.

Episode 04: Africa in 2020

Group publisher for African Business magazine, Omar Ben Yedder, and podcast host, Desné Masie, set the scene for Africa in 2020, which is set to be a bumper year, kicking off with the first UK-Africa Summit in London and the annual World Economic Forum at Davos where climate change is hot on the agenda as one of the major business risks.

Davos 2019 – chance to restore equilibrium

Perhaps for the first time since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the annual gathering of the world’s richest nations (and a fair sprinkling of those on the other side of the divide) for the World Economic Forum summit at Davos, Switzerland, will show more fissures than the proverbial Swiss cheese.…

OCP: leading the Moroccan march south

With access to one of the largest reserves of phosphates in the world, the OCP Group is a strategically important part of the Moroccan economy, and the company expects to take a leading role in the country’s industrialisation and to support the government’s desire to build trade and investment relationships with sub-Saharan Africa.…

Time to challenge the global elite

World Economic Forum co-chair Winnie Byanyima, the executive director of Oxfam, is ready to call corporate and business leaders to task on global issues of inequality, human rights and climate change when they meet in Davos this year.…