Building Africa’s Prosperity EP2: How can the continent fill the infrastructure gap?

In the second episode of Building Africa’s Prosperity, the spotlight falls on the big part infrastructure plays in the future of Africa and its prosperity. There is no doubt a huge infrastructure gap in Africa. COIVD-19 is likely to make it worse – a lot worse. What can be done at a time when the continent is looking to gear up for the African Continental Free Trade Area?…

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