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Sindisa Dunga Foundation Plays its Part in youth development through a career expo

Brand South Africa through its Play Your Part programme continuously encourages each and every citizen to play their part in improving the lives of...

Sindisa Dunga Foundation Plays its Part in youth development through a career expo

Brand South Africa through its Play Your Part programme continuously encourages each and every citizen to play their part in improving the lives of...

Five African cities of opportunity

The continent's most dynamic and future-focused cities are highlighted in Into Africa - the Continent's Cities of Opportunity. The top five are Johannesburg, Cairo, Tunis, Algiers and Casablanca - they "demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of Africa's urban future".

Low oil price to hit African exploration groups

According to Fit for $50 Oil in Africa, Africa has reported substantial successes in the exploration for hydrocarbons over the past decade. However, oil and gas explorers will need to rethink their expenditure in Africa in light of the drop in the global oil price.

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.