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Ted Blom: “More than 30% of SA mining projects could be terminated prematurely due...

African Utility Week & POWERGEN Africa to focus on large power users in May.

Africa Energy Indaba 2020 reinstates matchmaking programme to connect energy stakeholders

Africa Energy Indaba revolutionising the way energy stakeholders conduct business using its innovative MarketPlace Business Matchmaking Programme.

African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo 2020

Africa's leading built environment expo in 2020 - African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo provides the platform for distinctive opportunities for business expansion, networking and learning.

Innovation, skills and learning at Machine Tools Africa 2020

As the biggest trade exhibition of its kind in Africa, Machine Tools Africa is all about innovation with its focus on additive manufacturing, automation and control, CNC machinery, cutting tools, machines, robotics, and more.

Proposed job cuts set to place further strain on struggling South African economy

A new year often ushers in newfound optimism, but this is in short supply. Once the Eskom fiasco is resolved, unemployment will take center stage as South Africa’s main obstacle to economic growth.

Who will benefit from the African Continental Free Trade Area?

The continent-wide free trade agreement will come into effect in July 2020. A single market of 1.3-billion people is expected to grow to 2.5-billion by 2050.

Establish your business in Africa’s tech hub

Cape Town has established itself as a key technology hub in Africa with a number of major companies launching their head offices in the city.

Prioritising investment in transport infrastructure across the SADC region

Over the last two decades, Mozambique has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa. The country’s potential is certainly underpinned by its natural resources and investor interest has grown in the LNG sector in particular.

The 2020 guide to business and investment in Africa

Global Africa Network is proud to launch this inaugural edition of African Business 2020 at a time of energetic planning for a prosperous future for the continent.

Engines of growth on the African continent

Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.

Featured Investment Opportunities

Funding required for new railway lines within MAPSEZ

Funding for professional work for Front End Loading 3 required by Transnet.

Commercial investment opportunities in high-intensity mixed-use precincts

A number of strategic opportunities are available where these high-intensity, mixed use precincts are being developed in the vicinity of Durban

Bulk fuel storage and distribution facility invites investment partners

A new bulk fuel storage and distribution facility, to be located along the R385 road in a mining region of South Africa. The project entered feasibility stage in early 2019, currently approaching the completion phase of the EIA.

Featured Business Opportunities

Establish your business in Africa’s tech hub

Cape Town has established itself as a key technology hub in Africa with a number of major companies launching their head offices in the city.

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.

FDC offers affordable rental rates for businesses

The property management and development unit of the FDC has a diverse property portfolio.