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Responding to Africa’s power generation needs

It is well documented that Africa is faced with a significant shortage of power generation […]

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Infrastructure Development: The key to enhanced intra-Africa trade

By: Andile Skosana, Associate Director: Cities Centre of Excellence, KPMG in South Africa Africa’s growth […]

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Enemies at the gates: Manufacturing CEOs share their fears and opportunities

“Manufacturing CEOs know they need to drive innovation in order to win in the new […]

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Ownership is not control

Don’t confuse ownership with control; while closely related, they are often two very different matters. […]

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Raising the bar

Most informed industry observers and participants already know that private sector participation often leads to […]

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Who will stand up for the consumer?

When it comes to the private sector and infrastructure, the battle for the public’s hearts […]

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Medupi power station comes to life

Medupi, the world’s largest drycooled power station comprises 6 units with a total output of […]

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South Africa rail programme

South Africa: Big Investments, Big Transformation

By all accounts, South Africa’s plan to procure more than 7,200 new rolling stock sets […]

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Who exactly controls our infrastructure?

Clearly, private participation in infrastructure is a good – and entirely necessary – trend. And, […]

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Business Transformation a "Must Do" for Global Industrial Manufacturers: KPMG Survey

While 64% of the 386 senior executives participating in KPMG’s 2015 Global Manufacturing Outlook (GMO) […]

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