Mauritanides, the largest and only biennial mining and energy conference and exhibition held in Mauritania since 2010, returns to Nouakchott from 11-13 December 2018.
Greg Cline of Investec Import Solutions analyses the continent’s trade credentials in the current business landscape
A preview of the 2nd Edition Real Estate Development Summit - West Africa
So far 12 CEOs have been confirmed for the Utility CEO Forum at Future Energy East Africa in Nairobi
Future Energy East Africa will once again host many of the region’s leading energy decision makers from 12-13 September 2018.
Mining Indaba 2019, Africa's premium mining convention, has named the President of Ghana as a keynote speaker for the 25th anniversary event
A preview of Kenya's second National Construction Week
The rise of cryptocurrencies has both positive and negative implications for Africa, and the world. How their use is managed will determine how well they benefit those most in need.
API Summit & Expo is designed for experts in the global real estate data and transparency segments
With a growing global interest in the latest disruptive technologies, connectivity infrastructure and digital services, AfricaCom 2018 is set to provide leading insights into Africa's digital future.
A preview of the upcoming mining and petroleum event, to be held in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire in October
The third annual ZamReal Property Forum taking place on 21 August, 2018 has become the meeting point for regional and local property investors to learn and network in one of the African continent’s most attractive real estate markets
Registration for the closed-door AUTOMA Congress is now open as the global industry elite prepare to convene in Berlin this October
Founder of Sagaci Research, Julien Garcier and local expert, Jose Castilho of Broll Property Group Mozambique analyse Mozambique’s retail outlook
Top economist, Nevilla Mandimika forecasts the country’s economic development at this month’s ZimReal Property Investment Forum
EPOCH 2018 may be taking place in Greece, but the discussion points' impact on Africa is all too evident