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New Survey Shows That African Students Prefer to Become Entrepreneurs

AFRICANGLOBE - A recent survey reveals that many African students prefer to be entrepreneurs and self-employed. The Association of Business Executives’ Entrepreneurship in Africa report...

Nigerian Economy Leads Africa in Economic Performance – Survey

The Global Economic Conditions Survey has rated the Nigerian economy as the leader in African economic performer in the second quarter of 2012. The survey...

Africa Must Diversify to Create More Jobs, Says Okonjo-Iweala

Arican countries should rebuild their fiscal buffers and diversify their economies away from commodities in order to protect themselves from another possible global downturn,...

Growing Confidence for Investments in Africa

Growing optimism and confidence among international and local investors has led to significant inward investment into the continent over the last decade, according to...

Blue Gold: Africa’s Enormous Secret Water Wealth

A recent research by scientists from the British Geological Survey and University College London have for the first time mapped the groundwater across the...

Tanzania’s Tourism Earnings Increase

Tanzania's tourism earnings grew by 8.2 % to $1,254.5 million in 2010 compared to $1,159.8 million recorded in 2009. These earnings accrued from 782,699 international...

Nigeria's Middle Class Growing Rapidly Says Survey

A new detailed survey and report on Nigeria's expanding middle class, issued by the leading emerging markets investment bank, Renaissance Capital, has portrayed Nigeria as a nation that is optimistic about economic growth, values entrepreneurship and is well positioned to capitalise on a boom in consumption.

Foreign Direct Investment Into Africa on the Increase: Says Survey

Foreign investors are increasingly aware of the huge long-term growth possibilities that Africa presents, according to Ernst & Young's first Africa attractiveness survey, which predicts that foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the continent will reach US$150-billion by 2015.

African Continent Releases First Survey of Its Own Science

The survey is very significant to the socio-economic transformation of Africa. It is a significant step in our quest to develop