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.
Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.
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.
The Western Cape’s exports are expanding while the region’s reputation as a technology hub continues to grow.
Political will is a major component in the equation; an AfCFTA Business Forum has been established to allow for private sector engagement with the formulators of policy.
The deal will create SA’s largest Food and Agriculture and Occupational Health laboratory group.
Three small rural towns in a remote part of South Africa’s dry north-west are the sites of the very latest in technology, and could hold the key to boosting growth in the South African economy.
Key facts about South Africa's nine provincial economies, with resource links to explore the business and investment environment of each region in more depth.
Conference and Expo set to help boost the local economy through the support of local small business, 24-26 February 2020.
Professionalization also came under the microscope at the conference and it was acknowledged that South Africa is lagging behind Kenya and Zambia in terms of professionalization of procurement.