South Africa’s major urban cities remain the most visited in the African continent, attracting millions of tourists, boosting local tourism and injecting billions of dollars into the economy.
The future looks bright for air travel across Africa. It’s predicted that by 2034, 190 million more flights segments will be flown across the continent.
Sub-Saharan Africa is experiencing a wave of modern shopping mall development. The retail sector has become a major focus for development activity in recent years, as investors have been attracted by the growth potential of African consumer markets.
Frontier Services Group Limited (FSG), a publicly listed, transportation and logistics solutions provider in frontier markets with its operational headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, today announced that it has entered into a Share Purchase Agreement …
What is the significance of a former statesman’s statue? This a question that has been doing the rounds in Cape Town in the last couple of weeks.
FastJet Plc is approaching potential South African investors about buying stakes to finance a route expansion in the east and south of the continent and support its effort to become the first pan-African discount airline.
FastJet Plc (FJET) said it’s in talks about adding more Airbus Group NV (AIR) short-haul jets to the fleet as the discount carrier seeks to open bases in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Kenya next year while expanding operations in Tanzania.
Many companies from the developed world are setting their sights on Africa as a new frontier for business.
Africa’s top destination for international travellers is South Africa’s Johannesburg, with an estimated 4.25m visitors for 2014, according to this year’s MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index released this week.
Africa is a land under construction. Last year, over $220 billion was spent on all kinds of building projects in the continent.