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Africa

A shared network, shared knowledge and shared resources can enable growth. Above all, teamwork of like-minded people can influence right decisions.

2022

Lets make it our year

The agenda is Africa. After all, it’s our story that matters!

We know that the rate of return on foreign investment is higher in Africa than in any other developing region. Africa’s economic pulse is quickening, infusing the continent with a new commercial vibrancy. Telecommunications, banking, and retailing are flourishing. Construction is booming. Private-investment inflows are surging and Africa must find its own path, every leader working on the continent must commit to improving Africa's brand equity. Too many minds are anchored on the notion of Africa as a place of need. To create sustainable prosperity, we need to revisit the lens through which we view the continent. We must also stop seeing its billion people in aggregate. Africa is a continent of 54 distinct countries with own histories, languages, victories, strengths and opportunities. To challenge ones understanding, we want to drive people into Africa. We are helping to formulate our own vision and strategies, as well as to commit to proper execution.
As African people we must believe that our countries has an equal human right to prosperity. The mindset that Africans are unworthy of prosperity is more pervasive than people may wish to admit. Yet it might be real, It has persisted for centuries. For centuries, many Africans have bought into this narrative too. In a sense, this imbalance in thinking creates one of one of the earliest first-mover advantages of our modern era. Colonial empires moved first to profit from the most important resource of all: people! In the process, they created modern economies over centuries while the continent was depleted of some of its most capable people. This imbalance created structural disadvantage for the continent and we need to fix it and fixing it as a collective of Africans. We are our own donors and contributors to initiatives that seeks to bring growth, development and investment in Africa.

AFRICAN COUNTRIES

With National Directors

South Africa

Botswana

Zambia

Togo

Tanzania

Swaziland

Sierra Leone

Zimbabwe

South Sudan

Rwanda

Malawi

Nigeria

Lesotho

Kenya

Ghana

Cote D'lvoire

Cameroon

Burundi

Ethiopia

Somalia

OUTSIDE AFRICA

Global strategic partners 

Australia

USA

United Kingdom

Canada