All the sound and buzz about China's investments in Africa is very misleading. India is the one making the most serious play.
Kenya and S. Africa’s common ground: Tech and innovation, and why multinationals want a piece of the pie> Johann Barnard
In the last of our series on how the two regional powerhouses can work together, we highlight how there is big-money interest in technology.
GE chief says both countries have both similarities and differences which they can harness to lift bilateral trade.
Infrastructure projects, tax incentives present sweet opportunities in East Africa's largest economy> Johann Barnard
With projected economic growth of between 6% to 7% this year and next, it is East Africa’s most vibrant economy.
The two powerhouses should harness their different strengths and weaknesses to be the vanguard of continental trade.
Africa must find solutions that go on to be leaders in any territory, not just on the continent- like Uber is doing, he says.
"With our research productivity at 2% of global output, we have much work in front of us"
Singapore has no natural resources, so we it takes the view that its greatest natural resource "walks around on two legs.”
'More than 60% of Africa - more than two Americas or half of China - is with without any access to any form of energy'.
This past week, Comesa, SADC and EAC launched the Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA). It will be big.