Make Way For Germany
Africa has traditionally been a market where the Chinese and the Indians have flourished. While India’s trade with Africa increased from $25 billion in 2006 to about $70 billion in 2016, China continues to remain Africa’s biggest trading partner.
Leading The Industry With Innovation
Interview with Mr. Abbad Reda, Chief Information Officer of MTN Ghana
A Pristine Paradise
It is a place immortalised by various animated Disney movies – clean blue water oozing freshness, calm cool breeze soothing your soul, natural sceneries with colours in their purest form, and lemurs, with their wide, reflective and even eerie eyes. An abode on the wish list of every globetrotters’ itinerary – it is unlike a place you have ever been. It is Madagascar!
The End Marks A New Beginning...
“what africa does with agriculture is not only important for africa: it will shape the future of food in the world.” – akinwumi adesina, President of the african development Bank.
Assistance Beyond Lines Of Credit
An interview with Mr. Shaktikanta Das, Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Fostering Engineering And Workforce Development
The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)Agency, a technical agency of the African Union, which is the unification of the 55 countries of the African continent, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organisation dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity, entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on May 11th, 2017, the first of its type for IEEE within Africa.
Transform Africa Summit 2017 Africa's Time Is Now
“As technology drives mobility and connectivity in urbanized societies, African cities continuously seek to establish new infrastructure and city systems that will enable transition, and position them as global leaders and next generation cities,” – Dr. Hamadoun Touré - Executive Director, Smart Africa.
Student Housing, A Virgin Market
Ever got fascinated by a rich man passing by? His expensive suit, charming wrist watch, expensive mobile phone, utter royal grace.
Automobile Industry; The Growth Engine
Africa is now home to more than one billion people and nearly 40 percent of its population lives in urban areas and cities.
Akon Lighting Africa
Energy is a key input in the economic growth of the nation, in other words we could say there is relatively a close link between the availability of energy and future growth and prosperity of a nation.
From Subsistence to Sustenance
Farmers look to cash crops to build long-term resilience to climate change in Ethiopia.
The Stunning Rise of Vernon Philander
“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”
My Perspective on Indo-Africa Move
A centuries-old link defines the relationship between India and Africa as the continent always attaches great significance to the contribution of India during its fight against colonialism, apartheid and imperialism.
Malawi - On the Verge of Education Amelioration
Interview with H.E Mr. Fabiano Emmanuel, Minister of Education, Science & Technology, Malawi.
AFDB - Investing Big in the 'High 5s'
Consider this - between 2012-14, about four million Africans benefitted from new or improved access to water and sanitation, 11 million Africans were provided with new electricity connections, about ten million Africans reaped benefits from improvements in agriculture, and about 49 million and 19 million Africans benefitted from better health services and improved transportation respectively.
Inking Progress in Letter and in Spirit
It was in October 2015 that the President of the Republic of Mali, His Excellency Mr. Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, accompanied by a high-level delegation, including several ministers and high-level officials, attended the third India-Africa Forum Summit in New Delhi at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.
Journey From Maggots to Millions
Did you ever imagine that maggots, a word which makes you feel like throwing up would make fortune worth millions? The truth however, is a hard pill to swallow. The Agriprotein business is making some big money, while putting in efforts to cope up with a drastic climatic threat. This initiative might transform the traditional animal feed industry permanently.
E-commerce, a Globe Cracking Revolution
E-commerce has showcased vast growth in the last few years. Sources forecast that retail e-commerce sales across the globe would grow from 7.4% in 2015 to 12.8% in the year 2019. Its vast reach being primarily the reason behind its wide popularity and success, along with other reasons such as leverage to shop anywhere at any-time, availability of wide variety of options, product comparison and reviews. From the business viewpoint, e-commerce is much more cost effective as compared to traditional commerce method.
Furniture - A Growth Oriented Industry
Africa constitutes 16.36% of the total world population and contributes 3% to the world Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Africa is a huge pool of population, which is projected to expand and grow rapidly. By 2050, 2.4 billion more people are expected on the planet out of which 1.3 billion are expected to be born in Africa. The majority of the world’s population growth is expected to take place in Africa. It is said that where there is population, there are enormous opportunities. Business opportunities is one the aspect of this broad spectrum of opportunities.
Transform Africa Making Africa Smart
Africa is a continent on the rise. Imagine an integrated continent, an integrated market, and an integrated consumer base of 1 billion people including over 350 million students. As such, Africa offers today the highest return on investment. It is the continent with the highest potential for investment in the world ever.
Mali-India Sharing Past, Present And A Vibrant Future
Interview with H.E Mr. Niankoro Yeah Samake, the Ambassador of Mali to India.
Scripting New Chapter In Malawi's Economy
Interview with H.E Mr. Francis Kasaila, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Malawi
Revising - African Healthcare Industry
Being the world’s second most populous continent, Africa covers 6% of the Earth’s total surface area and 20.4% of its total land area.
Honoring The Epitome Of An Unparalleled Glory!
Rt. Hon’ble Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye, the current Speaker of the Parliament, Ghana, has been a prestigious personality in Ghana’s political, academic and legal circle.
Nigeria's Pharmaceutical Market, A Gigantic Ground Of Opportunities
Health is a crucially important social and economic asset, a cornerstone for human development.
Medicine, A Boon For Both Patients And Investors
Medicines play one of the most significant role in the healthcare industry.
Logistics And Transportation, The Backbone Of Economy
Africa, the continent enriched with hopes and lucrative business opportunities, provides some low-hanging fruit in terms of investment opportunities.
Where products do the talking.
African Healthcare Industry On Surge
The healthcare is one of the fastest growing and developing industries in the world.
Vibrant Kenya And Vibrant Gujarat
It is not often that one sees leaders of two world’s fastest growing economies reciprocating each other’s gestures at apex political and business summits. And when it happens, it signals the blooming of a strengthened bilateral relationship. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s visit to India, to participate in the ‘Vibrant Gujarat Summit’ in January 2017, as a special guest, came within six months of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kenya.