global investors

South Africa supports calls for global co-operation to boost trade and address economic challenges...

Johannesburg, South Africa – 23 January 2023: The 53rd Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, concluded on Friday, 20...

JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH WILL BE THE CORNERSTONE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PARTICIPATION IN...

    Cabinet has announced South Africa’s participation at the EXPO2020 Dubai that will take place...

Investors share insights at first Global Entrepreneurship Congress held in Africa

The Global Entrepreneurship Congress gave entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to investors. Others got a chance to hear insights from business...

President Zuma upbeat as he concludes WEF visit with meeting with global investors

 

On Friday 22 January 2016 President Jacob Zuma and his delegation held a fruitful and successful interaction with global investors at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Investing in African Mining Indaba 2015

The annual Investing in African Mining Indaba makes a compelling business case for why global investors should consider South Africa - and the continent as a whole - an important trade and investment destination.

Africa plans to splurge on infrastructure

Infrastructure spend in sub-saharan Africa will balloon to $180-billion a year by 2025, says PricewaterhouseCoopers, which adds that infrastructure is key to economic growth and reducing poverty. The most ambitious plans are in South Africa and Nigeria, making up almost 60% of the spend.

Africa’s growth potential – and its ‘Next 10’ biggest cities

Global investors are increasingly taking note of the untapped potential of sub-Saharan Africa, and most major international corporations are already active in its three largest cities. According to a new report, they should also be getting excited about the region's "Next 10" biggest cities.

Global investors show confidence in South Africa

The results of the latest AT Kearney Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index, conducted across 300 of the world’s leading multinational corporations, show that investor confidence in South Africa is growing, with the country climbing two places to 13th.

A new book supports the notion that Africa is truly open for global business

Much has been said and written about the African Renaissance, especially since the 50th anniversary of the African Union in 2013.  The conversation has...

Seeing South Africa through the eyes of foreign investors

My brother has just returned to South Africa after living in Geneva for 14 years. He is going to reside in Johannesburg and work for Discovery Health and he is deliriously happy, writes Jeremy Gardiner of Investec Asset Management.