Infrastructure is a critical enabler to the economic growth we are looking for on the continent, Liberty Holdings’ chief executive said.
South Africa's mineral resources minister has urged the mining industry to work in collaboration with other sectors of the economy.
As many African countries join the digital revolution, it’s important to remember those who may be left behind.
Economic topics set to dominate WEF 2015 will include the drop in oil prices, the Eurozone and China’s slowing growth.
Policy stability and certainty are critical elements in ensuring growth of businesses, SABMiller’s Mark Bowman has said.
While the continent continues to faces both economic and security challenges, it remains an attractive region for foreign investment.
South Africa’s energy crisis remains a big challenge and will be discussed at the 2015 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Africa needs to place increased emphasis on improving education in order to succeed, says Benin musician, Angelique Kidjo.
Over 100 million people in China do not have enough food to eat, says International Food Policy Institute director general, Shenggen Fan.
Bringing people with different perspectives together is vital to solving global problems, says the Oxford Martin School’s Ian Goldin.
World Economic Forum members are set to present a cyber value-at-risk framework that will better protect companies from cyber attacks.
OECD markets are battling to raise 7.6 trillion US dollars required to meet energy policy objectives by 2040; a new WEF report said.
South Africa’s Blade Nzimande says the country has made substantial progress towards technological advancement.
South Africa needs to have 'a township agenda' which will see township-based businesses increase their digital presence, says Matsi Modise.
Additional finance needs to be spent on research and development (R&D) in the healthcare sector, says South Africa’s health minister.
Nigeria’s ICT sector has been able to attract about 30 billion US dollars, communication minister Omobola Johnson told CNBC Africa.
Nigeria’s agricultural development is expected to see strong returns through the adoption of a highly industrialised plan.
African governments should have strong subsidy structures for businesses in order to grow the economy.
Nigeria has enormous prospects in the oil and gas sector, leading industry expert, Ambrosie Orjiako, noted on the side-lines of WEF Africa.
Capital markets should be focused on to drive growth and distribution of wealth on the African continent.