Archive: Africa

Africa’s war for talent: the calm before the storm

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EY Performance-Africa’s war for talent: the calm before the storm

Much has been said about how skills shortages are one of Africa’s biggest challenges in realizing its growth potential. But the war for talent is far from one-dimensional. Read more.

Publication date: 2014-12

Strategy execution in Africa

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EY Performance-Strategy execution in Africa

The key success factors for effective strategy execution have been researched in developed markets, but what about Africa? Read more.

Publication date: 2014-05

Successfully investing in West Africa

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The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is fast becoming the land of opportunity. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

What it takes to succeed in Francophone Africa

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“At a dark time for the world economy, Africa’s progress is a reminder of the transformative promise of growth.”(The Economist, The Hopeful Continent) Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

Enabling Africa’s potential through technology

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Poor infrastructure remains one of the biggest growth hindrances in emerging markets - applying equally to technology infrastructure as to traditional bricks and mortar. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

Cape to Cairo

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Assessing the logistical challenges to serving customers on time. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

Mind the gap: Africa’s infrastructure development

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“Infrastructure has been responsible for more than half of Africa’s recent improved growth in performance.” Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

Angola: More than an oil and gas story

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Angola was the world’s fastest-growing economy for the first 10 years of the new millennium, and it continues to be among the fastest-growing economies on the continent. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

The East Africa Boom

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The East African region is made up of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. This area brings together a population of approximately 210 million people, with access to a further 50 million in adjacent Burundi, Mozambique and South Sudan. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2013-05

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