The countries that make up Lusophone, or Portuguese-speaking, Africa are known for being among the most expensive places in the world (Angola), for their distinctive flora and fauna (Sao Tomé and Principe) and as getaways for beautiful beach vacations (Mozambique & Cape Verde). One similarity these countries have, besides language, […]

Africa Investment Forum 2018: Lusophone Africa sets sight on US$5 billion in projects under new Development Finance Compact Lusophone countries have identified a pipeline of more than US$5 billion in private sector and private-public partnership (PPP) projects to accelerate growth in their economies. The projects form part of a development […]

Investment interest secured for 45 deals worth US$32 billion The first of its kind transaction-based investment Forum in Africa, on Friday unveiled the conclusions of the boardroom sessions at the heart of the Forum, which brought together over 1,000 participants from government, the private sector, development finance institutions, commercial banks, […]

Many experts had almost concluded that Chinese funding is about the easiest and the most feasible for Africa to achieve infrastructure growth and bridge the infrastructural deficit in Africa. Akinwumi Adeisina’s African Development Bank is proving that conclusion to be wrong. A major project of continental significance has taken off […]

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