Daily Archives: February 28, 2017

Tanzania: A Leader among Africa’s Emerging Markets

The United Republic of Tanzania (Tanzania) has recorded an annual average growth rate of more than 6% over the past decade and is on course to maintain a robust growth rate of over 6.5% going forward. Despite global economic and financial uncertainties, the economy has been able to achieve these consistent growth rates coupled with a low inflation rate, driven by activity in sectors such as mining, energy, construction and manufacturing. read more

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Kenya Grounding Africa’s Economic Growth

Located in East Africa and sharing its borders with countries including Ethiopia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, Kenya has often been referred to as the commercial “gateway” to and regional hub of East Africa. This comes as a result of the strategic importance the coastal city of Mombasa plays, which is one of the busiest ports along the East African coastline. read more

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Mozambique’s Economic Outlook

Mozambique country report

Introduction The discovery of large natural gas reserves in the Rovuma Basin has positioned Mozambique as an exciting investment opportunity in Africa. Natural resource discoveries are attracting major investment and demanding a qualified workforce, although the large majority of Mozambique’s workforce does not possess the necessary skills. read more

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Number of Global Mobile Subscribers to Surpass Five Billion This Year, Finds New GSMA Study

Mobile Ecosystem Accounted for 4.4 Per Cent of Global GDP in 2016 read more

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2016: Dangote ends Nigeria’s Cement importation…exports 0.4m metric tons cement to neighboring countries

Following continuous increase in its production capacity, foremost cement manufacturer, Dangote Cement Plc (www.Dangote.com) has finally ended the era of Nigeria’s dependence on importation as the company exported 0.4 million tons of the product to other countries in 2016. read more

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Investing in Congo through oil, gas and related infrastructure

CIEHC-3The Republic of Congo’s Ministry of Hydrocarbons recently adopted a new Hydrocarbons code intending to increase investment in the country’s oil and gas industry through renewed activities of exploration and production. This new hydrocarbon bill, passed in August last year, aims to create sincere transparency throughout the industry, from the government sectors to participating contractors and developers seeking to invest.
Thirteen blocks are on offer in the Congo Licensing Round 2016, eight in the offshore Coastal Basin and five in the onshore Cuvette Basin. Interested companies are able to register for the round via www.congolr2016.com. read more

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