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Economic recovery after African coup d’états

A coup d’état (coup) is defined by the Cambridge English as a “sudden defeat of […]

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Africa in a changing global environment

The Africa in a changing global environment report (“Report”) considers Africa’s position in the current […]

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The African Banks of the Future needs to respond to multiple pressures

The latest edition of KPMG’s Evolving Banking Regulation report looks at the Sub-Saharan African (SSA) […]

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“Africa is open for business” A guide to tax / incentives in Africa

The future: a united African trade market Africa too, is party to a growing number […]

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Venture Capital and Private Equity Industry Performance Survey of South Africa covering the 2014 calendar year

Venture Capital and Private Equity Industry Performance Survey of South Africa

The total of third party funds raised in 2014 decreased from R30.9 billion reported during […]

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Africa’s Trade in Manufactured Goods: Learning from our Manufacturing History & Developing the Future

Factory and manufacturing activity accounted for 10% of Africa’s GDP over the past decade. The […]

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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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Seven reasons to be optimistic about Africa

Business in Africa: How much has Africa started to invest in its own future?

Q: How much has Africa started to invest in its own future? Which are the […]

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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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Celebrating African leadership in healthcare

Nigeria: Recent developments offer opportunities (Pt 1)

“The ambitions of newly elected president Buhari offer a good perspective for the ease of […]

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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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With less than ten years to go before another billion people arrive, there is little time to waste.

2015 Construction Report on Africa: A focus on Angola

Angola currently has the sixth-largest stock of infrastructure on the continent after recording Africa’s fastest […]

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Africa: Safeguarding her democratic dividend

Decolonisation in Africa began in 1957 and gained great momentum during the 1960s, as newly […]

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Africa Brief

Emerging trends that will change the world of Infrastructure – The African Context

A January 2015 special edition of KPMG’s FORESIGHT publication discussed ‘10 Emerging Trends for 2015: […]

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Then and Now: Reimagining the Future of Africa

On this special WEF Africa edition of Invest Africa, Dapo Okubadejo, Partner and Head, Deal […]

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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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Africa's Youth

Investing in African women leadership

Tshidi Mokgabudi, chairperson, WomenCorporateDirectors and Nancy Calderon, Co-Author of Women on Board gives a clearer […]

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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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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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Key findings from the 2014 Africa CFO Survey

Accounting for Africa’s ‘unbanked’ population

The rise of Africa’s financial services sector in recent years has been remarkable. From a […]

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Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine

Investing in Fragile and Conflict Affected Markets

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Is Chinese Investment in Africa Mutually beneficial or lopsided?

In 2009, China surpassed the United States as Africa’s largest trading partner; with an investment […]

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Famous Brands, the owner of brands such as Debonairs and Steers, has ambitious expansion plans for oil-rich African countries such as Nigeria, Ghana and Angola.

Africa Brief: Business News from around the continent (Pt 1)

Brain Molefe now acting head of Eskom BRIAN Molefe, the chief execu­tive of the nation’s […]

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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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The importance of SMEs in growing inclusive growth in Africa

Banking on the Future: How Today’s young professionals will be drivers of tomorrow’s banking revenue

Banks ready for the future? The emergence of mobile technology as an alternative to more […]

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Global economic instability: Leading students look further than pay and benefits

In a KPMG survey of over 300 business students from leading universities and business schools […]

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Seven reasons to be optimistic about Africa

Africa Brief: Business News from around the continent

MTN Group may buy Nigeria’s Visafone ACQUISITION MTN Group has started the process of buying […]

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