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African Tourism Expo Highlights Six Ways to Woo Chinese Visitors

17 May 2018

With sub-Saharan Africa expected to be welcoming 50 million tourists a year by 2022, the focus is now on attracting the highest-spending visitors, with the new generation of affluent, digital-savvy Ch...Read More

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Africa Set for Major Asian Investment Surge After a Troubled 2017

21 Feb 2018

With political uncertainties and domestic issues undermining growth in several of Africa's larger economies over the last 12 months, would-be Asian investors are looking at options in a number of the ...Read More

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Golden Age of Asia-Pacific Tourism Hailed at Singapore Travel Expo

18 Dec 2017

Never in history have there been as many tourists as there are now, delegates were told at ITB Asia, with Asia-Pacific's role at the core of this expanding sector and the importance of mobile bookings...Read More

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Mainland Appetite for Abalone Sees Prices and Illicit Trade Soar

7 Nov 2017

Prized for their flavour, texture and size, South Africa's abalone stocks are sought out across Asia, with the growing demand from China alone enough to nurture a growing legal trade and an accompanyi...Read More

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Global Content Trumps Local Initiatives in African Gaming Sector

27 Sept 2017

With Kenya now set to become the world's fastest-growing market in the video-games sector, the potential of Africa is being reappraised by many in the digital entertainment industry, although local co...Read More

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High-tech Gifts and Low-tech Sanctuaries Vie for Attention at Decorex

20 Sept 2017

The Cape Town iteration of South Africa's leading design and lifestyle expo saw cutting-edge smart home technology competing with digital-free designer retreats for the attention and purchase orders o...Read More

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Rising or Falling: Mixed Messages from Africa's Economic Frontline

17 Aug 2017

Some 10 years ago, received wisdom had it that Africa had shrugged off its image as the 'hopeless continent', with investors entranced by the prospects of this economic final frontier. Now, though, ma...Read More

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Is China's BRI Programme Aligned with Africa's Long-Term Interests?

14 July 2017

The Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway is the latest beneficiary of China's African investment programme, with the BRI set to ensure that the number of such projects is set to increase, but are China and Af...Read More

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Digitally Disenfranchised Africa Embraces Home-grown Innovation

13 June 2017

While, overall, Africa remains the least digitally connected continent, there are clear signs that local online entrepreneurship is now paving the way to bringing the internet to some of the region's ...Read More

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Japanese Fashion Sector Unwilling to Establish Direct Supply Chain

16 May 2017

Despite the clear cost benefits, many Japanese apparel importers and distributors are more than happy to leave sourcing and production to third-party intermediaries, according to exhibitors at the rec...Read More

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African Mining Sector Rallies, Though Investors Remain Sceptical

21 March 2017

With a three-year slump hopefully behind it, the African mining industry is now looking to the future, though many investors – with the possible exception of China – remain unwilling to back this lucr...Read More

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Private Sector Partners Sought for Africa's Urbanisation Programme

19 Jan 2017

As countries across Africa seek to reinvent their cities, driven by archaic infrastructure and the needs of their increasingly urbanised population, many governments are currently looking for overseas...Read More

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93% Surge in Mainlanders Visiting South Africa Follows Visa Overhaul

23 Nov 2016

South Africa repeals disastrous visa requirement regime after visitor numbers tumble throughout the course of 2016....Read More

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Global Wildlife Conference Rejects Calls for Legalised Ivory Trade

20 Oct 2016

While China won plaudits for its crackdown on its domestic ivory trade, delegates at the recent Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species called flourishing for renewed action to protect...Read More

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Africa's Renewable Energy Sector Looks to Woo Overseas Investors

25 Aug 2016

With an ever-growing gap between supply and demand, Africa needs to rapidly ramp up its power generation if it is to meet the needs of its expanding economies, with overseas private sector investment ...Read More

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South Africa Seeks Hong Kong Partners for BRI Halaal Food Distribution

29 June 2016

With South Africa looking to take a lead in the halaal food sector, Asia is a key target for its export-orientated businesses, especially as they set out to capitalise on the numerous opportunities no...Read More

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African Style Makes its Bid to Refurbish the Global Design Palette

20 June 2016

African design is undergoing a belated global reappraisal according to exhibitors and attendees at the Decorex 2016 Cape Town event, with the looks and styles that characterise the continent now seen ...Read More

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Wider Internet Access to Shift Africa into Knowledge-Based Economy

6 June 2016

World Economic Forum on Africa hopes to boost digital enfranchisement across the continent....Read More

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E-commerce Soars Across Africa with Cross-border Orders Set to Lead

27 April 2016

South Africa saw 27% growth in its e-commerce activities in 2015, with a number of other countries across the continent not far behind. This saw many delegates at the eCommerce Africa Confex convinced...Read More

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Plenty of Gas, but Little Power – Africa's New Energy Challenge

3 March 2016

While Africa has come to play an ever more significant role in the global oil and gas sector, developments across the continent have been hampered by conflicts and a lack of co-operation between gover...Read More

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