Authored by: Dante Di Iulio As the Tanzanian election edges closer, President Magufuli’s robust campaign seeks a second term to continue his impressive achievements throughout his first term.
On October 1st 2020, Nigeria celebrates its 60th anniversary since independence and, as it looks back at its triumphant journey to becoming Africa’s largest economy, it also looks positively ahead to the promise of increased prosperity and growth.
Coinciding with the nation’s 30th independence celebration, H.E. Dr Hage G. Geingob was sworn in for his second term as Namibia’s third President in March 2020 confirming Namibia’s ranking as one of the most politically stable countries in the continent.
Founded upon principles rooted in open-mindedness, courage and freedom, Namibia today stands strong and proud as a peaceful and stable democracy endowed with abundant natural resources and a prolific network of trade relations.
As Africa’s third-largest economy, H.E. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s Vision 2030 sets a precedent that shows Egypt’s vast potential to become an economic powerhouse and its eagerness to tie relations even closer with all of Africa.
The Initiative for the Emergence of Madagascar is changing the investment landscape across the entire country, highlighting the island’s natural resources and investment opportunities.