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Barclays’s pullback highlights some challenges in the “Africa Rising” story

By Christie Viljoen The announcement by Barclays Plc that it will sell down its stake […]

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Ten Key Regulatory Challenges Facing the Financial Services Industry in 2016 [1]

The complexities of the current regulatory environment undoubtedly pose significant challenges for financial institutions, as […]

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Mobile phones help combat Africa’s health challenges

With rapid growth in the African population comes amplified health problems, as does the rise of the middle class because greater incomes lead to increased incidences of lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes.

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Mozambique: Challenges and Opportunities

Following on from our previous post, Country Focus Seminar: Mozambique, we take a look at some of the challenges and opportunities cited by Miguel Alvim, Advisory Managing Partner at KPMG Mozambique.

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Africa’s challenges and promise

The World Bank’s Vice President, Makhtar Diop, has called for faster progress in areas such as electricity and food in the vulnerable areas of The Sahel and the Horn of Africa, and says that significantly more energy and agricultural productivity are needed to raise the quality of life …

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African cities: Key challenges and rising urbanisation

While African cities do bring with them great economic growth prospects and coordinated development, and urbanisation is often associated with rising incomes and better living standards, lack of resources, inadequate infrastructure and poor planning or management pose enormous challenges …

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Business in Africa: Some challenges on the road to a promising future

The April 2012 World Economic Outlook report published by the International Monetary Fund presented a sturdy but cautiously optimistic future for the various African economies. Sub-Saharan
 Africa particularly recorded a strong 5 percent growth in 2011 and was one of the regions least affected
by the global financial crisis. With the exception of South Africa, limited financial ties to Europe helped shield the region from the financial havoc that tore through Western economies in late 2011.

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Kenya: Investment opportunities and challenges

This week on Invest Africa, we travel to Kenya, dubbed East Africa’s power house, to explore its growth potential and other pressing challenges the country is facing. Kenya is regarded a regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa, and many large corporations have their Africa headquarters in Nairobi. Continued economic and political transformations are essential in order for Kenya to maintain this status. Kenya boasts advanced markets and high market adoption rates. Technological advances are significant due to the country’s fast adoption of applications.

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Ethiopia- Investment opportunities and challenges

Ethiopia: Investment opportunities and challenges

This week we travel to to the horn of Africa for a closer look at the investment opportunities and challenges in the East African nation of Ethiopia. With a population of close to 82-million, Ethiopia is the second most populous country in sub-Saharan Africa and the most populous land-locked country in the world.

Its capital, Addis Ababa, serves as the headquarters for both the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Ethiopia has faced numerous hardships throughout its history.

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Taxes and royalties create further challenges for mining in Africa

According to mining in Africa director, Ian Kramer, there will be significant opportunities and projects coming on stream in the African mining industry regardless of the decrease in demand experienced by various markets.

“Massive growth will be experienced in the next six months to a year and beyond – for example, investments in the coalfields in Mozambique, as well as the iron-ore market and existing and new investments in Guinea, but these may take longer than a year to come to fruition.”

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Africa Conversation Series: Infrastructure challenges in Africa

In this episode of the Africa Conversation Series, the panel of industry experts discuss the challenges that infrastructure poses of the progression and economic growth of Africa. The constraints to growth posed by inadequate infrastructure – whether it be road, rail, power, or ICT – is all too familiar. There is persistant talk of need to be physically building Africa. In this episode we hear a discussion on the pace of transformation and the strides that have been take in the area of infrastructure in Africa.

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The Future of HR 2019: In the Know or in the No

Today’s employers face a daunting array of historic challenges as they speed into a digital […]

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Doing Deals in Nigeria 2019 Unveiled

Nigeria is one of the most compelling M&A markets in Africa today. As Africa’s largest […]

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New tax proposal may be the last nail in the gambling industry’s coffin

It is barely four months after the coming into force of the 35% tax on […]

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KPMG 2017/2018 East Africa Budget analysis

On 8 June 2017, the Ministers of Finance for Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda presented their […]

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‘Professionalising’ the family business

There is nothing quite like the entrepreneurial spirit that sparks the launch – and spurs […]

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Technology set to drive job creation, innovation and skills into Africa

With a focus on encouraging intra-Africa business and the need to fast-track growth and development, […]

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What influences foreign direct investment into Africa

Africa is generally less competitive than its main Developing and Transition Economy competitors Africa needs […]

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African countries improve talent competitiveness

Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) 2017 Talent competitiveness measures a country’s capability to compete for […]

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Betting in Kenya: Can Caesar collect on winnings?

The second reading of the Betting, Lotteries and Gaming (Amendment) Bill, 2016 has once again […]

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Can the African lions meet expectations?

As in most parts of the world, football is the most popular sport across the […]

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Kenya: Implication of the early reading of the budget

The National Treasury has expressed the intention of bringing forward the budget process by up […]

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Are the tax obligations of deemed interest fair?

Globalisation has brought the market to the rest of the world. Kenya is one of […]

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Tax Audit and Investigation: trigger points and mitigative measures

The frequency of tax audits and investigations, in recent times, by the Federal Inland Revenue […]

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KPMG to lead the energy conversation at the 2017 African Utility Week

KPMG’s commitment to create agile utilities in the energy sector across Sub-Saharan Africa, has motivated […]

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South Sudan records Africa’s sixth hyperinflation episode

Newswire Bloomberg warned some 12 months ago that a dramatic devaluation of the South Sudanese […]

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Realizing digital: Delivering wealth management in the digital era

Wealth managers and private banks are becoming much more strategic about digital. Many are starting […]

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2016 Global Boardroom Insights: Building a Great Board

Aligning boardroom talent with the company’s strategy is a key driver of many boards’ increasing […]

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Universal healthcare: Something to teach, something to learn

Many of us fear getting sick –the pain, the isolation, the uncertainty, the disability, the […]

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Emerging Trends in Remuneration Practices in Nigeria

Developing a better understanding of cost optimization, while repositioning for future opportunities, has become a […]

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