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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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The emergence of the African city











Africa’s rate of urbanisation and the development of cities has been slow, but the rise of emerging African cities has coincided with the continent’s growth and rejuvenation …

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Foreign direct investment in Africa: the rise of the Phoenix











Africa will continue to be one of the largest Foreign Direct Investment destinations and will retain its position of having at least six of the fastest growing countries in the world …

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The role of cities in Africa’s rise











The rise of cities in Africa and their role in economic development is a global phenomenon. Today, over half the world’s population are urban dwellers, generating, in some cases, up to 80% of a country’s national production and income. By 2025 cities will house over 4 billion consumers…

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Looking back, the World Economic Forum 2012 on Africa: Episode Two











Modern infrastructure is the backbone of any economy. Inefficient infrastructure is an impediment to sustainable economic growth. Infrastructure development continues to be significant in Africa. It is, however, important to focus on the dual nature of infrastructure development – namely development of the people as well as physical development.

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Sustainability Megaforces and the Insurance Industry











Many international and local companies have introduced products responding to changing consumer needs and consumer preferences shifting to more sustainable behaviour – these include products targeting new and growing industry sectors, products with a ‘green’ element and products responding to new and increasing risks.

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The 10 Sustainability Megaforces











Deepening social, economic and environmental challenges over the last two decades mean that sustainability issues are increasingly prominent in global business. sustainability trends predicted to play out over the next 20 years paint a picture of resource constraints, increasing regulation, shifting competitive landscapes, changes in market size and shifting consumer preferences.

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