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A blooming partnership. Nov 1, 2019 232
Al Sisi visit was the turning point. Nov 1, 2019 1114
Singapore is a great model for countries like Rwanda. Interview Nov 1, 2019 905
ESG: Championing Singapore enterprises. Nov 1, 2019 919
Moto taxi on demand. Nov 1, 2019 795
Exporting Singapore's experience: Singapore's unique development experience is in high demand in all emerging markets--not least in Africa, as the CEO of SCE tells Anver Versi. Nov 1, 2019 691
The background to TICAD: Anver Versi explains the developments that led to the creation of TICAD in 1993. Aug 1, 2019 371
Leading the battle for better health. Interview Feb 1, 2019 1185
The Singapore experience. Aug 1, 2018 2419
Singapore--Africa: changing perceptions. Aug 1, 2017 1241
Record investment to propel Guinea's bauxite boom: the Africa Finance Corporation is part of a consortium financing a new mine in Guinea in the largest foreign investment since the Ebola crisis. Mar 1, 2017 956
Infrastructure: breaking the vicious circle. Jan 1, 2017 1211
TICAD comes to Africa: TICAD V brought with it a new momentum. This time round, expect an even greater focus on private sector engagements. Aug 1, 2016 2260
Shoulder to shoulder: the biennial Africa Singapore Business Forum remains a firm and dynamic favourite for an expanding circle of like-minded African and Asian business leaders. Aug 1, 2016 555
Heaven or hell? Jun 1, 2016 616
Only the people can transform societies. May 1, 2016 597
The civilising surplus. Feb 1, 2016 1196
Unchaining the manufacturing genius: adopting Japans kaizen philosophy can transform Africa's manufacturing potential, writes. Oct 1, 2015 527
Pause for thought: Elsie Kanza, Senior Director, Head of Africa at the World Economic Forum, tells African Business what to expect from the conference in Cape Town. Interview Jun 1, 2015 1274
How Africa can succeed Asia. Jun 1, 2015 1252
Why African cities? Editorial Mar 1, 2015 1644
Where life lives. Report Mar 1, 2015 5527
Africa's hottest investment destination: ANIP CEO, Maria Luisa Abrantes. Interview Mar 1, 2015 1164
Au revoir. Editorial Feb 1, 2015 1314
Qatar Airways: A350 opens new era. Feb 1, 2015 2292
A silver lining to the oil cloud? Editorial Jan 1, 2015 786
Sata and the Chinese. In memoriam Dec 1, 2014 712
Angola's urban transformation: Angola's Minister for Urbanism and Habitat, Jose Antonio Maria da Conceicao Silva, discusses his country's ambitious undertaking to completely transform its urban landscape, with African Business Editor, Anver Versi. Interview Dec 1, 2014 809
Return of the UK? Nov 1, 2014 752
The great connectivity adventure. Nov 1, 2014 2935
How the Ecobank--Nedbank alliance was made. Interview Nov 1, 2014 2076
One hand washes the other. Oct 1, 2014 697
Look at farming as a business. Conference notes Oct 1, 2014 1593
Singapore--Africa, the ideal fit? Conference notes Oct 1, 2014 2588
Reviving the battered West African giant. Oct 1, 2014 1434
Awaken the spirit of Mvita. Column Aug 1, 2014 750
Making the connection: Africa--Singapore 2014. Aug 1, 2014 2398
My pan-Africanist hero. Jul 1, 2014 599
Rwanda's tryst with destiny. Editorial Jun 1, 2014 740
The two faces of Africa. Jun 1, 2014 3237
Stop the MP gravy train. May 1, 2014 730
The rationalisation of business. May 1, 2014 1450
Can Abuja make history? Column May 1, 2014 1300
The carnage on our roads must end. Cover story Apr 1, 2014 681
Innovation takes centre stage. Apr 1, 2014 2026
The power of imagination. Editorial Mar 1, 2014 683
China, Japan square up over Africa. Editorial Feb 1, 2014 690
Is Africa ignoring the Golden Goose: African Business editor Anver Versi participated in the third African Creative Conference held in Cape Town. Here is his report. Cover story Feb 1, 2014 1253
Unleashing the creative genie. Editorial Nov 1, 2013 721
Journey into the Japanese character: in the second part of his report on Japan, African Business editor Anver Versi reflects on Japan's new attitude to Africa and also describes episodes that gave him glimpses into the character of the Japanese. Oct 1, 2013 2564
400 not out. Editorial Aug 1, 2013 699
Can Africa be the workshop of the word? Editorial Jun 1, 2013 776
Changing the face of Africa. Editorial May 1, 2013 725
Africa is central to the global economy growth: the Abraaj Group is the largest private equity investor in a swathe of geographies across the southern hemisphere. Group Chief Executive Arif Naqvi tells Anver Versi why global economic growth depends on Africa. May 1, 2013 1342
Japan turns focus on African investment. Apr 1, 2013 815
The Moses of Katanga: Moise Katumbi defies easy categorisation. He is an astute leader, a successful entrepreneur, a soccer fanatic, a homespun philosopher and the man who seems to be single-handedly turning around the fortunes of what is potentially the wealthiest corner of Africa. This profile is by African Business editor, Anver Versi. Apr 1, 2013 1152
Taking the intellectual leadership on Africa. Editorial Mar 1, 2013 732
Einstein on insanity. Editorial Feb 1, 2013 752
African airlines-liberalise or die. Jan 1, 2013 703
Why Africa will rule the 21st century. Jan 1, 2013 3176
Fastjet swoops into Africa: Editor Anver Versi travelled to Dar es Salaam for the launch of the low-cost carrier fastjet. This, he says, could signal a new age of cheap air travel for all, similar to the phenomenon that has swept Europe over the past two decades. Jan 1, 2013 682
Will the real Obama please stand up? Editorial Dec 1, 2012 696
Africa should embrace India. Nov 1, 2012 756
Unleashing the African media. Editorial Oct 1, 2012 803
Multinationals 'steal' $50bn per year from Africa. Aug 1, 2012 737
James Mwangi a life stranger than fiction: editor Anver Versi profiles Kenya's James Mwangi, CEO of Equity Bank, who has won the world's most coveted award for business leaders - the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Mwangi's story is a fascinating and inspiring account of triumph against severe odds. Company overview Aug 1, 2012 3179
Making a clamour on the international stage. Editorial Jul 1, 2012 757
Smaller is more beautiful: Brazil's aircraft maker Embraer's smaller capacity jets, carrying between 70 and 120 passengers has virtually revolutionised regional air travel in Latin America. It has now set its sights firmly on Africa. Report by Anver Versi. Jul 1, 2012 823
Value-for-money politicians? Editorial Jun 1, 2012 788
Africa's progress under threat. Jun 1, 2012 3276
Olam - the rewards of cleaner, greener investment. Interview Jun 1, 2012 3031
Such a long journey. Interview Jun 1, 2012 1188
Singapore - a modern miracle. Editorial May 1, 2012 751
Time to face some home truths. Editorial Apr 1, 2012 756
Medina palms luxury with a conscience: a new tourism development in Kenya combines tradition, luxury and sustainability. Anver Versi reports. Apr 1, 2012 633
Bringing order to Nigeria's licensing chaos: Nigerian entrepreneur Bola Akindele is finally taming the unruly monster of Nigeria's vehicle registration and licensing system by the intelligent application of technology. Anver Versi tells the story of an outstanding business achievement. Apr 1, 2012 1349
Who will head World Bank? Editorial Mar 1, 2012 772
Europe's pain hurts Africa. Feb 1, 2012 831
African ubuntu saves climate change talks. Jan 1, 2012 702
Will the African Lion roar again in 2012? Brief article Jan 1, 2012 164
No condition is permanent. Editorial Dec 1, 2011 725
The Japanese way to development: one of the biggest and most important conferences on the effectiveness (or otherwise of aid) was held in Busan, South Korea this month. It was expected to be a clash between the Western model and that followed by Japan and increasingly, China, India and Korea. Editor Anver Versi, who observed the Japanese method first-hand in Africa recently, gives his views. Conference notes Dec 1, 2011 2124
Overview astonishing Kenya! Country overview Nov 1, 2011 2294
The $5m leader: Cape Verde's former President, Pedro Verona Pires, has been named the winner of the world's biggest prize for an individual, the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. Pires receives $5m over 10 years and $200,000 for life thereafter. What did the leader of one of Africa's smallest states do to impress the judging panel? Is he really Africa's best leader? Nov 1, 2011 1891
The power of reading. Oct 1, 2011 743
South Sudan watch out for slippery surfaces. Aug 1, 2011 731
Foundation of civilisation. Aug 1, 2011 1602
Kenya's agribusiness champion: a holistic approach to agribusiness, from the initial input in the soil to marketing and distribution of finished products, not only can be hugely profitable, it can accelerate national economic growth. Anver Versi profiles one of the most successful local companies in this field. Company overview Aug 1, 2011 1479
Scramble for Africa, part two. Editorial Jul 1, 2011 842
Africa at the tipping point: transforming Africa's economy. Jul 1, 2011 1637
Africa progress panel report: the Africa progress panel report analyses all aspects of Africa's political, economic and social structures. The article which follows is a brief review of some of the points raised by the report and germane to Africa's transformative imperative. Jul 1, 2011 1569
Who should lead the IMF? Editorial Jun 1, 2011 811
Substance and style. May 1, 2011 791
Tatu City the future face of Africa? May 1, 2011 1989
History's rude reminders. Apr 1, 2011 828
Unravelling the secrets of corruption. Mar 1, 2011 803
The winds of freedom are blowing. Editorial Feb 1, 2011 846
The sweet scent of flowers: in one incredible month, Tunisia went from a virtual dictatorship to become perhaps Africa's first real democracy as people seized power. What does it all mean? African Business editor Anver Versi discusses. Feb 1, 2011 1634
2011 promises interesting times. Editorial Jan 1, 2011 778
South Africa making us proud. Editorial Dec 1, 2010 821

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