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5 steps for closing the “expectation gap” around Africa’s resources

5 steps for closing the “expectation gap” around Africa’s resources






Resource-based industries are not entirely about resources. They are, in large part, about people, and how effectively people from all sectors work together. In this article I will outline why collaboration is vital to growing our African resource industries. Firstly, we must face the fact that African countries are now competing for a smaller pool of global investment capital, amid investors’ suspicions that Africa has not delivered. The “hidden costs” of doing business in Africa – costs related to weak infrastructure, corruption and political instability – have taken their toll on returns to shareholders.

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The crux of the World Economic Forum on Africa 2013











Following on from Rapelang Rabana and Anne Githuku-Shongwe, fellow panelist Aminata Niang represents an agricultural concern that is far from traditional, but should come as no surprise by now. Tambaroua Business Farming in Mali is a trendsetting company, primarily focused on agribusiness, that specialises in ‘precision farming’.

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The new vision for agriculture











The New Vision represents a major paradigm shift in the way agriculture is viewed, from seeing it in philanthropic terms to approaching it as a market investment. Seen in this way, actors in the food system are required to collaborate to develop new solutions and leverage investments …

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BRICS and South Africa











Being the economic hub of the continent, benefits to South Africa will have spill-over benefits for the rest of Africa. According to BRIC architect Jim O’Neill (who was originally sceptical about South Africa’s inclusion in the grouping), South Africa has an important role to play, both as a gateway to the continent and as a catalyst for African integration.

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