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Rail sector in Africa

Developing the Rail Sector in Africa, how ready are we?






From success stories around the world and other developing Nations, the rail sector or rail […]

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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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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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Transport dynamics in Sub-Saharan Africa











As supply chains are becoming more global and complex, logistics, especially the transport functions are equally becoming convoluted. In developing countries logistics is one of the biggest contributors to a nation’s GDP (in South Africa – 12.7%). Accordingly its management is vital for a growing economy.

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WEF Abuja will highlight that sustainable investment is key to Africa’s economic ascendancy

The rubber must hit the road for Africa’s infrastructure











There are reams of impressive studies that quantify Africa’s infrastructure needs, and the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) highlights 50 priority projects for the region, many of which enjoy strong political backing …

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Leveraging resources for infrastructure development in Africa











There is no question that poor infrastructure development is one of the greatest inhibiting factors for economic and social development across Africa, or that the continent’s rich natural resources are its best leverage for turning this situation around …

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