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TRENDS IN ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT IN EAST AND SOUTHERN AFRICARead More
Democracy remains under threat with the arrest of opposition leaders. The President seems committed to economic progress for the country and there does appear to be a general sense of optimism in the population.Read More
Covid-19 lockdowns are being eased and economic activity is showing signs of recovery. Politically the country remains stable.Read More
Politically, Rwanda remains, stable but the country’s actions towards perceived “enemies” of the state is drawing global criticism.Read More
After a period in the investment outhouse, risks are definitely becoming more manageable again. The business environment may still be relatively speaking opaque, but it’s certainly worth getting in early.Read More
Ethiopia is faced with a number of challenges over the next few months that could well derail what had previously been quite a positive development prospect for the country. It is unlikely that the Government will be able to draw a line under the Tigray conflict, the elections are likely to be sub-optimalRead More
EAA CEO Toby Latta talks to Tara O’Connor of Africa Risk Consulting about opportunities and risks in the regionRead More
Tanzania is beginning to show its economic potential again and investors once again are showing interest. Politically matters remain stable. The acknowledgment that Covid-19 presents a serious threat is a welcome development.Read More
Covid-19 infections have shown a significant downturn during May 2021. Elections are due to be held later this month which, if not peaceful, may set the country back. Ethiopia continues to open up to foreign investors.Read More
The EAA analyses the results of its Members survey on the opportunities and risks in the regionRead More
Political uncertainty predicted for the next 18 months until the elections, while the economy shows signs of recovering from the pandemic declineRead More
Tanzania’s new president indicates likely changes to the poltiical landscape are on the wayRead More
Politically Rwanda remains largely stable and while Covid-19 cases surged in the early months of 2021, Government measures seem to have brought this under control. The economy was showing signs of recovery but the recent lock down may have reversed some of the gains.Read More