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Africa property offers rich pickings for the brave

Africa property offers rich pickings for the brave

Some property pundits believe there are major opportunities for investors or companies on the continent.

XSML Capital announces final close of African Rivers Fund at $50 million

XSML Capital announces final close of African Rivers Fund at $50 million

XSML Capital, the fund manager active in Central & East Africa, last week announced its final close of the African Rivers Fund at $50 million.

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The rise of Africa's megacities

Over the last 35 years, the share of Africa’s population living in urban areas climbed from 27% to 40%.

Monde Twala, VP of Viacom Africa’s BET, Youth and Music portfolio

Viacom and Turner Targeting Africa's Millennials With Multi-Platform Offerings

With more than half the population of Africa under the age of 18, networks are looking for more ways to target young audiences with cross-platform content, hoping to grow today’s generation of increasingly connected African youths into tomorrow’s brand-loyal consumers.

Shop Africa 2016: Knight Frank

Shop Africa 2016 (Report & Infographics): Knight Frank

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.

Nairobi is the most attractive city in Africa for foreign investment, says PwC.

Africa's big cities are investment bright spots, says private equity firms Abraaj and Actis

Like most emerging and frontier markets around the world, Africa’s largest economies have been affected by the drop in commodity prices over the past 18 months.

Africa has its luxury hotels, but not enough places for the mid-range traveler. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Why Africa is a perfect market for Airbnb

Airbnb has ambitious plans for Africa, as its CEO, Brian Chesky, announced in Johannesburg on July 27.

The businessman and art collector Sindika Dokolo in Porto, Portugal. Credit Patricia de Melo Moreira for The New York Times.

Husband of one of Africa's richest women fights for African art

Sindika Dokolo, a Congolese businessman and art collector, is on a crusade to force Western museums, art dealers and auction houses to return Africa’s art, particularly works that might have been removed illegally during the colonial era.

The role of cities in Africa's rise - KPMG

The role of cities in Africa's rise: KPMG (Infographics & Report)

New dynamic markets around the globe are offering boundless opportunities. Firms are gravitating towards new markets in the south and the east, where the inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) are resulting in returns on investment (ROI) far exceeding those of mature markets in Europe and North America.

Into Africa - The continent’s Cities of Opportunity - PwC

Into Africa: The continent’s Cities of Opportunity - PwC (Video, Presentation, and Report)

Megatrends are colliding across Africa. The growing middle class, the strong demographic growth with improving age mix, the technological innovation that we have already seen in mobile payments for example, growing choice of investment partners from the global south and fast-paced urbanization are shaping what the future of Africa could look like.

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Africa will have faster economic growth than any other region by 2040: PwC

Savvy CEOs already recognise the economic clout Kinshasa, Johannesburg and Lagos have in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Construction cranes operate among new skyscrapers being built in the business district of Luanda, Angola

Angola’s $7 Billion Waterfront Project Seeks to Attract Hilton Hotels

Builders of a $7 billion waterfront development in Angola’s capital, Luanda, are seeking to attract an international hotelier such as Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (HLT) to boost the profile of the project.