Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019


Kigali summit ‘a resounding success’

Rwandan President Paul Kagame welcomes TGAIS delegates to the Kigali Convention Centre

Drawing international attention to Africa’s development potential, The Global African Investment Summit – COMESA & Government of Rwanda... Sep 29, 2016

Others | Africa | Rwanda


Momentum builds for first TGAIS in Africa

The new Kigali Convention Centre is ready to host the TGAIS-COMESA Rwanda in September (Photo: GCIS/flickr/GovernmentZA ©CC BY-ND 4.0)

Shaping up to be the ‘exceptional networking environment’ the organizers have created previously in London, interest is heating up for the... Aug 04, 2016

Others | Africa | Rwanda


Africa continues to attract global attention as China strikes investment deals

China’s President Xi Jinping delivers an address at the closing ceremony of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Johannesburg. (Photo: GCIS, ©CC BY-ND 2.0, cropped image of original via flickr)

China and Africa’s strengthening union is not only a milestone in Africa’s development, but also an indication of global interest in the... Jul 20, 2016

Others | Africa | Rwanda

Africa in the next decade

“We believe that Africa could be the emerging market story of the next decade”

“The strategic location of Mozambique is a competitive and comparative advantage because it is very well located on the Indian Ocean coast”

Investor interest in Africa is based on impressive growth rates and increased opportunity, as well as security

Apr 23, 2016

Industry & Trade | Africa | Mozambique | Zambia

Nigeria Oil & Gas

Nigeria Oil & Gas: The four billion-barrel question

President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. Photo: Chatham House, London

With the aim of doubling daily oil production to four billion barrels by 2020, can the long-anticipated Petroleum Industry Bill finally be passed to... Apr 04, 2016

Energy | Africa | Nigeria

Africa’s Economic Outlook

Africa’s Economic Outlook: Sound Governance and Continued Growth

“Fiscal policy needs to strike an appropriate balance between debt sustainability considerations, on the one hand, and addressing development needs on the other”

A slowdown in China and falling commodity prices highlight the need for increased competitiveness across the continent, a challenge governments are... Apr 03, 2016

Finance | Government | Africa | Mozambique | Egypt

TGAIS 2015: Africa's Access To Capital

Access to financial markets. The final frontier?

In addition to South Africa, eight countries in the region have tapped the international capital markets, including first-time issuers Ghana, Gabon, Senegal, Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia and Rwanda

International finance institutions have largely neglected to offer assistance to sub-Saharan nations on the markets but several are making their own... Nov 17, 2015

Finance | Africa | Morocco | Zambia | Mozambique

TGAIS 2015: Corporate Africa

Africa’s corporations look to build infrastructure for the future

Countries across the continent are emphasizing international partnerships, global capital markets and projects that target strategic areas for development, particularly SMEs

Governments partner with private sector on long-term strategic projects.


Nov 17, 2015

Finance | Infrastructure | Telecoms & ICT | Industry & Trade | Agriculture | Africa | Egypt

TGAIS 2015: Investor Interest In Africa

“We believe that Africa could be the emerging market story of the next decade”

Opportunities to profit exist in Africa's infrastructure and robust demand for consumer goods and services from a growing middle class, and the youngest population in the world

Mozambique and Zambia exemplify investor interest in Africa, which is being based on impressive growth rates, increased opportunity and security.


Nov 17, 2015

Finance | Infrastructure | Industry & Trade | Tourism & Culture | Mining | Others | Africa | Mozambique

TGAIS 2015

The Global African Investment Summit 2015 showcases Africa’s global competitiveness

Top-level representatives from Uganda, Ghana, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Liberia, Mauritius and Benin are coming together for The... Nov 13, 2015

Finance | Government | Others | Africa | Uganda

The Global African Investment Summit

The heads of state of four African nations – Ghana, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda – will meet in London on October 20-21 with investors from... Nov 14, 2014

Others | Africa | Ghana

First Global African Investment Summit enlightens investors in London

Prime Minister of Tanzania Mizengo Pinda at the recent TGAIS summit

Attendees told that African risks are exaggerated and advised to have the courage to take on large complex projects

Oct 24, 2014

Infrastructure | Africa

The ‘real’ business platform for Africa

Paul Sinclair
Director of Africa for dmg :: events (UK) Ltd.

The perfect environment to meet the global business elite interested in Africa as a business... Aug 05, 2016


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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: An overused concept for an underused reality.


When being part of a generation on which the flag of entrepreneurship seems to be constantly waving in the sea of young professionals looking to succeed in the business world, more often than not, we tend to drown in the... Read More



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