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M-commerce, fuelled by mobile banking and payments technology, may be the winning formula for African banks to profit from long-anticipated economic growth on the continent.

Mobile Money: Africa Vs the World






Moving away from cards to the African success story, Mobile Payments and Banking. Banks have […]

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Facebook and online shopping? But why not internet banking

Payment Developments in Africa 2015, Vol. 1






Welcome to the 1st edition of our series on “Payment Developments in Africa”. Payments has […]

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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and trade in Africa






What has changed in Africa’s fundamentals over the past decade or more that is driving […]

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Africa and China Relationship

China’s Investments in Africa: Who’s gaining & who’s losing?






Let’s talk about Relationship with Africa Chinese investments in Africa has been contentious right from […]

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Leveraging of Mobile Networks

The lion roars: Africa opens up to investment






The vastness of Africa’s potential has been evident for centuries. Blessed with ample resources, rapidly […]

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Leveraging of Mobile Networks

KPMG Africa’s Banking in Africa Report (2015)






The banking sectors of a number of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) countries have exhibited significant growth […]

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JV at WEF

WEF Africa Highlights: Understanding the Formal and Informal Sector






How do we incorporate the informal economy into the formal? KPMG’s Global Chairman, John Veihmeyer […]

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JV at WEF

Alleviating youth unemployment by addressing the African informal sector






KPMG Global Chairman joined Head of Oxfam Winnie Byanyima, Vice President of Ghana, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, […]

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West Africa’s 3 up-and-coming investment cities

Bridging the energy gap in Africa… Resources are high, utilisation is low






Sub-Saharan Africa is seen as a new frontier for investment and expansion and the economic […]

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Seyi Bickersteth

Nine mega-trends shaping the future of Africa






By Seyi Bickersteth, Chairman, KPMG Africa and National Senior Partner of the Nigerian Practice The reality […]

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Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine

Investing in Fragile and Conflict Affected Markets






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Africa Geographic tourism hotspots and trends

Rwanda Fiscal Guide (2014/2015)






Basic Taxation Income tax is levied on both companies and individuals. Under the income tax […]

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Africa Brief: Business News from around the continent






Botswana’s Choppies to list on JSE THE JSE will get another African boost when Botswana […]

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Healthcare Advisory in Africa: KPMG’s Role






Globally, the healthcare sector is facing enormous, complex challenges around both development and maintenance. In […]

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Focusing on Africa-China Trade and Investment






For a number of years, China has been influencing the economic development in Africa. The […]

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Being the best: Inside the intelligent finance function






Insights from our African CFO survey As the leaders of today’s finance functions continue to […]

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Seven reasons to be optimistic about Africa

Africa Brief: Business News from around the continent






Automotive Manufacturing Plants prepare to expand in Africa While the South African automotive market looks […]

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KPMG Global Africa Practice launches App to streamline business in Africa






The KPMG Global Africa Practice has launched a new Africa Business App – a first […]

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The dividends of empowering Africa's female workforce

The dividends of empowering Africa’s female workforce











According to an International Labour Organisation (ILO) report sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s highest proportion (40%) of women who are just contributing family workers and are only supportive of the primary income earner. Only 15% of sub-Saharan African women are salaried (in developed countries it’s around 90%), and for most a job is not about building a career but about survival. In spite of the fact that women play such a key role in the home, and economy, they are not properly recognised and rewarded for their contribution.

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The primacy of manufacturing in unlocking Africa's potential

Mozambique’s 3 transport corridors hold vast potential











After being neglected for years, Mozambique’s transportation infrastructure has drastically improved in recent years due to the growing economic opportunities in the region. Once considered one of the most dilapidated transportation systems in the world, it is now being revitalised through both public and private funding. Extensive development is underway in ports, rail systems, and roads. The Mozambican Government is currently developing three corridors that provide export outlets for Mozambique’s neighbours.

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Project Africa: Mission Madzi Apidza, Building for literacy

Project Africa: Mission Madzi Apidza, Building for literacy











On 19 August I travelled to Madzi Apidza village, Malawi as a Project Africa envoy to witness and participate in the construction of a school financed by staff and Partners from our US practice.

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Africa's Youth

The Emergence of the Africa 8











Ecobank recently coined a new emerging market investment grouping – The Africa 8. Unlike other emerging market groupings, this one focuses entirely on investment potential going forward within Africa itself.

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LNG industry venturing into new territory

East Africa’s natural gas boom – where are we now?











There have been numerous gas finds in Mozambique and Tanzania since 2010. In fact, finds in the Rovuma Basin have provided the operators of the gas projects enough incentive to develop LNG facilities in both countries.

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Raw materials could unlock Zambian development

Africa Brief: Ghana, Nigeria in fund’s sights and more…











Delta International Property Holdings, the first JSE listed property fund offering investors direct access to high growth markets in Africa, is targeting properties in Ghana and Nigeria, with an acquisition pipeline of $200m having been identified.

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Africa Geographic tourism hotspots and trends

Africa Geographic tourism hotspots and trends











The results of an online Africa Geographic Travel Survey released last month show that tourists are squarely in favour of the south and east of the continent.

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Biogas and geothermal finding a home in Tanzania

Africa Focus: Mozambique discovers its way to being Africa’s power house











Mozambique has experienced growth rates of 7% in recent years, combine that with its political stability and recently discovered vast gas and coal resources, the country is destined to become Africa’s leading player in the power sector.

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Africa Brief

Africa Brief: Fuel prices rise as subsidies cut, Mozambique tourism next big thing and more…











Cameroon has cut some of its costly fuel subsidies, a move that will please international donors calling for reforms, although similar moves have been reversed in the past due to the threat of protests against subsequent price rises.

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Local knowledge and value-chain approach essential to Africa private equity success











Africa’s enormous growth potential is now an open secret with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicting that by 2015 seven out of the top 10 fastest growing economies will be in the region.

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Africa's Youth

Africa Brief: Calgro sees growth in African markets & more…











Calgro M3 Holdings, the listed affordable housing company, anticipates further growth into the African markets after making its first venture beyond South Africa’s borders into Namibia with the Otjomuise project in Windhoek.

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Nigeria-Ghana trade connection to increase

Private equity investment in Mozambique: a time for dramatic growth











Mozambique continues to experience dramatic economic growth rates, with gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2012 estimated at 7.5%, and projected growth in 2013 and 2014 estimated at over 8%. Nevertheless, Mozambique remains extremely poor and underdeveloped, struggling to translate that robust economic growth into prosperity for its populace.

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