There may be few skilled contractors left when the turnaround comes — but the government must at least ensure existing projects don’t get derailed.
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Growthpoint Investec African Properties (GIAP), the pan-African real estate investment business managed by Growthpoint Investec African Property Management, has begun executing on its strategy to aggregate a quality portfolio of prime income-producing commercial assets in select cities across Africa.
Humans are communicating more than ever using technology, whether it’s through texting, emailing or video conferencing. And with communication technology evolving, it is increasingly important that the world be connected. Global communication is no longer a luxury — it is a necessity.
Nine years in construction, Morocco’s $1.3bn Tanger Med 2 port has opened, becoming the largest both in Africa and the Mediterranean, and one of the 20 largest ports in the world.
The second and final phase of the project was to construct 1.6km of docks and an automated container terminal. The terminal will add 5 million containers a year to the capacity of the existing Tanger Med port, creating a “mega-hub” with the ability to handle up to 9 million containers.
Gauteng premier, David Makhura, has pledged to turn the province into a technological hub. Presenting his state of the province address on Monday (1 July), Makhura said that this would include investing in ‘wall-to-wall broadband coverage’, with an emphasis on deprived communities.
he Ghana Chapter of Women in Business and Tourism (WIBAT), a group of women entrepreneurs across the Africa, engaged in tourism development, has been launched in Accra, with a call on them to manage talents to grow the tourism sector.
Determined to advance the cause of real estate sector in Nigeria by providing market direction and analysis, Lagos Business School (LBS) and Fine and Country West Africa International have entered into strategic partnership aimed to offer insights into financing and investment in the sector.
The Nigeria Soverign Investment Agency (NSIA) is determined to explore investment opportunities in the country and beyond to ensure that they benefit from its mandate. With investments spread across oil and gas, agriculture, power, among others, NSIA appears set to guarantee returns on investments for its subscribers. In this interview with reporters, NSIA’s Managing Director/CEO Uche Orji talks of the prospects and challenges of the Authority, saying while the agency is keen on investing, it is weary of making wrong investment decisions. Group Business Editor SIMEON EBULU was there.
Countries across the African continent are witnessing increased rates of population growth, and subsequently, the region is also witnessing rising demand for infrastructural and residential development. With the growing global trend of urbanization, and the rising requirement for transport infrastructure, the demand for construction aggregates in Africa is anticipated to remain high for the foreseeable future. The regional market for construction materials has displayed a gradual growth trajectory over the years. This can be attributed to healthy growth in the economy of numerous countries in the region.
South African Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have renewed their appetite for African property assets following a challenging economic environment negatively impacted the local listed property sector in 2018. There is renewed appetite to expand into other African nations as investors look to gain first mover advantage in the continent — Africa Property News has learned.