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Prioritising Africa’s megacities






Whilst Africa is often perceived as a mysterious, underdeveloped continent, it’s quickly becoming one of the most valuable emerging markets for infrastructure. In fact, infrastructure development – in the form of megacities – is one of the key strategic priorities for senior African leaders. What’s driving infrastructure development in 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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Infrastructure in Africa











The centralisation of policy decisions in most African countries adds to this, leaving local municipalities out of the loop despite the impact of mega-infrastructure in their area. More comprehensive national development plans will be needed to ensure that the people on the ground enjoy the benefits of economic growth as they were envisaged in the AMV. Boylan suggests tying small business investment to PPP development to promote projects and encourage local participation.

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Private Public Partnerships (PPPs) – critical to harnessing private investment











The infrastructure deficit is often noted as having a massive impact on the continent’s development and growth, with infrastructure highlighted as a key area requiring investment. The 23rd World Economic Forum has a central theme of Delivering on Africa’s Promise, and has infrastructure as a dominant and recurring topic for discussion.

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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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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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