This episode of Business Angola takes a look how international firms are expanding in the country thanks to updated regulation and less red tape.
In this episode of Business Angola we take a road trip south of the capital Luanda to discover a pristine region with stunning geography, intimate resorts, a huge wildlife reserve and a surfing beach.
Angola to diversify market outside oil
Blessed with rich minerals and waters brimming with fish, Mauritania is awash with natural resources worth their weight in gold. But the West African country also knows how to diversify its resources by investing in renewable energy.
Senegal has joined the top five most reforming countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition and is now one of the 10 most attractive destinations for investors on the continent.
Madagascar wants to capitalise on its booming information and communication technologies sector.
Authorities want to upgrade energy production and distribution in Madagascar, where less than one in five people have access to electricity.
Strategically located along China's new Silk Road, Georgia wants to become a regional hub.
Major expansion work is underway on the Port of Abidjan to seal its position as one of West Africa's leading commercial hubs.
Signs explaining shortage in shops an increasingly common sight
Egypt’s economy has started to improve but has yet to recover from the country’s 2011 uprising and the years of unrest that followed – according to the Ratings Agency…
The economic potential of Angola has never been in doubt.
Human development, a healthy environment, gender equality and youth were some of the issues raised at the three-day event in Tunis.
Vitamin-rich Argan oi is known for its benefits in nourishing the skin and it's also one of the most expensive vegetable oils in the world.
Long dependent on oil, the West African nation of Angola is now on the path of economic diversification.
In the Seventies, Angola was one of Africa’s leading farming nations.
A country of outstanding natural beauty Welcome to this new edition of our series on Angola.
It's the world's biggest exporter of cocoa beans, but if it's to continue growing at such a frenetic pace it will have to diversify.
Seeking to shake of its dependence on the petrol economy, Angola is building its way to economic diversification
In this new episode of Focus we’re in Senegal.
African Business Connect is a business forum linking investors to the most exciting opportunities the African continent has to offer from Madagascar to Rwanda. Euronews got a sneak peak behind the sce
A gathering of 35 heads of state and government around Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in Bamako was a dream come true for the country’s authorities.
Designers in Africa have seen their craft suffer during an economic crisis which has hit the continent.
Morocco has been taking solid steps to apply its development strategy to improve its economic growth and presence in regional markets.
North east Nigeria is facing a humanitarian crisis where 55,000 people at risk of dying because they have no food. Aid Zone visits Maiduguri where some malnutrition cases are critical.
A Global Conversation interview with Tunisia's Béji Caïd Essebsi on the war in Libya, the fight against terrorism and investment conference Tunisia 2020.