The necessity of strong regional regulatory oversight on infrastructure projects in Africa

The necessity of strong regional regulatory oversight on infrastructure projects in Africa By Roger Tafotie Dr. Tafotie is a Pr1merio advisor with a legal & business focus on both African and European markets. A member of the Luxembourg Bar, he is also a lecturer in law at the University of Luxembourg. His focus areas include … Continue reading The necessity of strong regional regulatory oversight on infrastructure projects in Africa

Corruption & instability scare away foreign direct investment in South Africa

Corruption & instability scare away foreign direct investment in South Africa Former ANC Treasurer and Mpumalanga premier Mathews Phosa has identified corruption, inconsistent government policies, and other factors as root causes of investors' growing reluctance to invest in South Africa. The Mail & Guardian's Adam Wakefield reports that Mr. Phosa, who speaks nine languages and … Continue reading Corruption & instability scare away foreign direct investment in South Africa

Perceived Corruption Hampers Asian Investment in Kenya

  Chinese Investors See East African Corruption As Hurdle to further Investments Welcome to 2015, AAF readers.  Our editors and staff are looking forward to a great New Year of providing you with news and insights into anti-corruption and fraud-prevention on the African continent. Our first story of the year hails from East Africa, when … Continue reading Perceived Corruption Hampers Asian Investment in Kenya