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Mauritius pushing for 35% renewable energy by 2025

Africa’s climate challenge & clean energy potential






  The overproduction of greenhouse gases continues to impact climate change on a global scale. […]

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Africa’s megacities: infrastructure a key priority











Africa’s expected to have 1.2 billion urban residents by 2050, intensifying the need to develop Africa’s megacities and making infrastructure a key strategic priority. Episode 9 of the Africa Conversation Series took a closer look at Prioritising Africa’s Megacities, focusing on the challenges surrounding the development of Africa’s next major megacities. Also highlighted was the importance of addressing the challenges, and how to prioritise development to ensure maximum benefits for business and Africa’s growing urban population.

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The KPMG Africa Conversation Series – Episode 9 – Panellist Biographies











By 2030 Africa will have 760 million urban residents. By 2050 the figure is expected to grow to 1.2 billion. This rapid migration has intensified the need to develop Africa’s megacities, and infrastructure has become one of the key strategic priorities amongst senior leaders throughout Africa.

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KPMG Africa Conversation series: prioritising Africa’s megacities











By 2030 Africa will have 760 million urban residents. By 2050 the figure is expected to grow to 1.2 billion. This rapid migration has intensified the need to develop Africa’s megacities, and infrastructure has become one of the key strategic priorities amongst senior leaders throughout Africa.

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The history of the KPMG Africa Conversation Series











The KPMG Africa Conversation Series was launched to create a platform where we could ‘host’ panel discussions aimed at Pan African business issues. As a leading audit, tax and advisory firm, KPMG is well positioned with a broad base of expertise, to share insights drawn from business, government, and academia in order to better understand the African context.

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Africa Conversation Series: Investing in Africa











KPMG’s Africa Conversation series is dedicated to developments in Africa and the implications for the continent’s economy. The Conversations facilitate interaction and knowledge-sharing between KPMG experts, clients, and businesses operating in various economic sectors across the continent.

Topics are selected to reflect the most important and topical opportunities and challenges in Africa, and are discussed by a panel of experts in each field. Sharing our knowledge through this platform is one more way that KPMG adds value to businesses that are active in, or aiming to become active in, Africa.

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Africa Conversation Series: Africa-China trade and investment











This episode of the Africa Conversation Series, sees the panel of industry experts putting the spotlight on Africa’s growing relationship with China. What are prospects looking like moving forward, in terms of being able, to leverage off the opportunities that this relationship brings with it and at what cost? It certainly is a sensitive issue right now, following the South African governments failure to grant a visa to the Dalai Lama. With many asking whether the price we are paying for this relationship is actually worth it and whether we are managing this relationship in the best way possiple…

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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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