A decade of Jacob Zuma has made South Africans more desperate but also more wary of politics and receptive to Siya Kolisi's brand of sincere, lived-in pragmatism, writes Cecelia Balfour.
Africa can be a challenging place to do business and property investment is not exempt from some, often unique, challenges, says a Nedbank expert.
GallivantAfrica.com, is a newly-launched tour aggregating platform in the African tourism industry.
Facebook says it has taken down accounts linked to a Russian ally of President Vladimir Putin seeking to spread disinformation on the social network in eight African countries.
A new Africa-Scotland business network with support from business and government is launching in Cape Town in November.
African EdTech start-ups aiming to improve educational outcomes on the continent can apply to take part in the fourth cohort of Injini's incubation programme.
WiT (Web in Travel) is bringing its event to Africa with the launch of WiT Africa in Cape Town in May 28, 2020.
Time is of the essence in addressing infrastructure development in Africa and it is time to admit the way things have been done to date has not really worked, says Minister Fikile Mbalula.
Only a third of Africa’s road networks are paved, and of these, only half are in good condition, according to an economist with the Export Credit Insurance Corporation.
Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe showed strong support for mega energy projects across the continent, highlighting Africa’s lack of development compared to other regions as a reason to keep going.
Poor immigrants, documented or undocumented, are occupying the vacuums that arise when urban planning does not decolonise the city properly, writes Nanjala Nyabola.
Africa is poised to become the “land of opportunity” for bond and equity investors should the US and China strike a trade deal, says the Bank of America.
African countries need to find a way to present a common front to the rating agencies.
Africa needs better transportation links between states, particularly rail networks, says the managing director of Bombardier Transportation in SA.
The giant London-based global law firm CMS has joined up with a local South African firm to form CMS RM Partners.
Aviation is no longer a luxury for the privileged few, it's a requirement for everybody so accessibility of air travel that is affordable is critical, says the head of Air Mauritius in Southern Africa and Latin America.
Significant jobs growth is forecast in the aviation industry, but the challenge will be finding and nurturing new talent, Vees Lochan, chief operating officer of the Airline Association of Southern Africa said on Friday.
African airlines allowed foreign ones to “eat their lunch,” says Zuks Ramasia, acting CEO of SAA..
President Cyril Ramaphosa has punted the African Continental Free Trade Agreement as a tool to unify the continent, amid divisions observed globally.
Eskom, struggling under the weight of about $30bn in debt, has been hurt by poor management, not lack of investment, says AfDB president Akinwumi Adesina.
To make an impact you need skills and an environment to drive innovation for the creation of commercial value, says the managing director of SAP Africa.
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