Friday, September 30, 2022
Johannesburg, South Africa, April 20, 2020 - Africa.com has convened the largest ever gathering of Africa’s CEOs, managing directors, finance directors, private equity and venture capital investors, bankers, asset managers, corporate law partners, senior executives and diplomats. Over 8,000...
The 4th Ai CEO Infrastructure Project Developers Summit & Awards 2018, builds on past Summit themes designed to highlight the opportunities and bottlenecks to mobilising innovative private capital to early stage infrastructure project development. A recurring observation from the...
Following the successful launch of the African Union-NEPAD-Ai 5% Initiative at NASDAQ, designed to mobilize domestic  institutional infrastructure Investment Capital, in accordance with the initiatives roadmap, Ai in partnership with NEPAD is organizing an exclusive global roadshow series of...
Johannesburg, South Africa, April 23, 2020 - / In a live poll conducted by Africa.com on April 22 as part of its webinar series, Crisis Management for African Business Leaders, nearly 70% of webinar participants predicted that their business...
Following the successful launch of the African Union-NEPAD-Ai 5% Initiative at NASDAQ, designed to mobilize domestic  institutional infrastructure Investment Capital, in accordance with the initiatives roadmap, Ai in partnership with NEPAD is organizing an exclusive global roadshow series of...
Join Top African Business Leaders Online for Four-Part Webinar Series Johannesburg, South Africa, April 12, 2020 - / As COVID-19 takes hold of African economies, African business leaders are challenged with new risks and uncertainty. Africa.com has partnered with faculty...
The Africa investor Ai Family Offices Summit is the place where successful families connect and share within an exclusive and highly private community. Here you’ll be able to turn to peers among the world’s most prosperous families for the...
Establishing project development as an asset class
With some 40% of the population on the continent (some 700 million+ people) having little or no access to electricity – per capita consumption of energy in sub-Saharan Africa, excluding South Africa, is 180 kWh, compared to 13,000 kWh...
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