Cameroon, The Lion Roars Again
Unquestionably, Cameroon is one of Central Africa’s beating hearts. Its strategic geographic position as a gateway to nearby landlocked countries, its size (Cameroon alone accounts for half of CEMAC’s combined population and GDP) and its economic potential make this country the economic and commercial engine of the CEMAC zone.
Leading The Way To The Future
Ethiopia is lighting the path to progress by pursuing peace, appointing its first female president and selecting a gender-balanced cabinet, demonstrating that it is never too late to make a difference and create a country for the people.
Cultivating A Future Through Mechanisation And Modern Technology
Ethiopia’s Agricultural Processing Industrial Parks are industrialising the agriculture industry – and the country.
Opening The Window Of Opportunity To Foreign Direct Investment
As Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed opens Ethiopia to the world, investment potential has never been greater. Thanks to the Ethiopian Investment Commission, the process is now easier and more streamlined for foreign investors.
Breaking Through Barriers And Forging A New Ethiopia
As new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed breaks through the patriarchal structures of the past, his focus on Ethiopia’s strengths will take the country to the future.
A Blueprint For The Future
With a young and growing population, Tanzania’s new business blueprint is in line with the country’s efforts to market itself as an investment hub in the busiest investment region within the African continent.
Tanzania Is Finding Ways To Power Its Ambitions
Moving away from fossil fuels to provide the country with the energy supply it needs to unlock its potential.
Providing The Support To Shape Tanzania’s Future
Improving and constructing national infrastructure to enhance trade, facilitate industrialisation and spur economic growth.
Adding Value To Tanzanian Industries
The industrial and manufacturing sectors are getting increasingly attractive by the year, which delivers value to investors and creates a better quality of life for Tanzanians.
Visionary Leadership For A Prosperous And Progressive Tanzania
Under Vision 2025, Tanzania is indeed geared to attain middle-income status through its industrialisation agenda. Penresa had the chance to speak to His Excellency John Pombe Joseph Magufuli to discuss the nation’s ongoing ambitious megaprojects in infrastructure development and power that will ensure socio-economic prosperity.