foreign investment

 
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Early last Thursday morning, a group of South Africans landed at Kigali airport in Rwanda. The land of a thousand hills and mountains covered in...
South Africa fails to tap into immigration pot of gold
South Africa fails to tap into immigration pot of gold
Recent news reports indicate an ever-weakening South African economy, shocking unemployment levels and a worrying skills exodus. The taxpayer base...
Moving your money offshore: Is it time?
Moving your money offshore: Is it time?
It has been a depressing news period in South Africa, and it can perhaps be seen as our “winter of discontent”. Eskom’s loss for the...
Offshore investment
Offshore investment
Diversification benefits — investing in international assets allows for greater diversification, which is a key investment...
Zimbabwe's economic crisis deepens
Zimbabwe's economic crisis deepens
Inflation and prices are on the rise, there is a shortage of foreign exchange and supplies of fuel, food and pharmaceuticals are drying up. The...
How much is China’s $60-billion really worth?
How much is China’s $60-billion really worth?
Forty-eight African heads of state gathered in Beijing on September 3 and 4 for the seventh Forum for China-Africa Co-operation (Focac), a...
Investment barriers are problem No 1
Investment barriers are problem No 1
Foreign direct investment (FDI), which generally refers to an investment by a firm or an individual in a business in another country, is vital for...
We’re complicit in our own exploitation
We’re complicit in our own exploitation
Ever since I moved to Kenya, each year another horror story comes out about an East African citizen abused and sometimes killed while working in...
SA takes foreign direct investment hit
SA takes foreign direct investment hit
This was revealed in the 2015 World Investment Report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Zelda, don't be a victim and let others dictate who you are
Zelda, don't be a victim and let others dictate who you are
It was one of those cringe-inducing moments.
Foreigners 'lucky' to get 49% business shares in Zim
Foreigners 'lucky' to get 49% business shares in Zim
Zimbabwe's new Indigenisation Minister Christopher Mushowe says foreign investors are "very lucky" to get 49% shares in businesses they have set...

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