Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Seven Issues the African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit will X-Ray

Set to hold in Cape Town from 2-3 November 2016, the African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit will confront the challenges of the sector as well as chart a way forward for building new...

Securing the Healthcare Industry: Prevention is Better Than Cure

By Rick Rogers, Area Manager for East and West Africa at Check Point Software Technologies The healthcare industry, arguably one of the most technologically advanced considering the gadgets and devices now used to monitor health...
NIPC

NIPC Promoting Education to Broaden Investment Scope

As nations compete for investment capital to grow their economy and improve the standard of living, it has become necessary for special departments and agencies to be created to formulate and drive initiatives that...

After Upending Food Insecurity, Kenya Aims for Self-Sufficiency

Agriculture primarily is vital for cultivating the foods that nurture and sustain life and in well developed systems, the value-chain acts as a major source of employment and wealth creation. Given the primary essence of...

How Ghana’s Electricity Crisis is Increasing Investments in Alternatives

Energy is the backbone for development in any nation as it serves as a catalyst for economic activities and jobs creation, in Ghana electricity is generated by hydro-electric dams and thermal plants, mainly managed...
Infrastructure

Counting the Gains of Kenya’s Infrastructure Projects

Evaluation of the infrastructure projects in Kenya reveals that the projects are on track and having a huge impact on Kenya’s economic growth. Indeed the impact of these projects are being felt in the areas...

Why Financial Inclusion Is Important for Nigerian Farmers

Prof. Danbaba Danju, the Managing Director, Bank of Agriculture (BOA), has revealed the reasons why the bank is driving financial inclusion among Nigerian farmers.  The development financial institution recently adopted electronic methods to identify real...

Africa Green Revolution Forum: What’s in it for Agribusinesses on the Continent?

With more than half of sub-Saharan Africa’s population living in the rural areas, it is surprising that Africa’s agriculture does not grow fast enough to meet the continent’s dietary needs. It is for this...

The Marketsquare Africa: An Application for New Age Business Partnerships

Last week the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce held a business breakfast and networking event at the Prestigious InterContinental Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria and the central theme was centred on technology, the new age entrepreneur...

Development Banks Innovatively Financing African Entrepreneurs

In today’s creative world of ever changing ideas, getting stuck on old ways of doings things could mean losing invaluable opportunities and jeopardising a bright future. The word ‘innovation’ has become synonymous with sustainable growth...