The power games are not yet done in Africa leaving room for the kings of each sector to be defined. We de-risk investing into Africa with local insight and networks offering competitive advantage.
With a demographic aged between 15 and 24 that is expected to grow beyond 300 million, the opportunity to provide goods and services is unquestionable. Forming a larger part of the rising middle income earners in Africa who are driving demand for better choices among food, mobility, entertainment and retail, positions Africa as the perfect investment landscape.
However, while most of this demographic live on minimal earnings (approximately $5 per day) the relative purchasing power can't be ignored. The continent offers strong hold pockets of growths in various regions with champion economies including Kenya, Ethiopia, Angola and Nigeria.
Opportunities for global business and local citizens can't be ignored and at MIK Consultivo we provide a unique approach to mitigate the challenges that exist and focus on integrated solutions for individuals, corporations and governmental agencies.
With a rising middle class and population that rests heavy on education, Africa is a major playbook for expansion. Limitations in sectors provide immense opportunity to build infrastructure and capability as well as shareholder value.
Designed to handle four million metric tons of dry goods per annum, Lekki Deep Sea Port in Lagos state, Nigeria is the deepest port in the country and is expected to generate in excess of $350 billion of revenue creating more than 150,000 new jobs.
The 923 meter Zambezi River bridge incorporates One-Stop Border Posts supporting trade and transport along the North-South Corridor, as well as the Trans-African Highway on the Cape to Cairo route also providing impetus to the recently launched African Continental Free Trade Area.
Started in 2015, the New Administrative Capital will be home to Iconic Tower, the soon to be tallest building in Africa as well as a hub for government and finance. The project is an ambitious $58 billion program that will also include a $4 billion 100-kilometer monorail connecting Cairo and NAC.
$8 billion upgrade in 2015 resulting in almost 5% increase in revenue. $1.1 allocated for further upgrades in 2021 with works completion in 2023.
Built on the border with Sudan, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam at $5 billion will generate 6,000 megawatts of electricity turning Ethiopia into Africa's largest hydro electric exporter.
Kenya's largest infrastructure projects since independence in 1963. Designed to connect major cities and eventually neighbouring countries. Phase 1 completed in 2017.
2,000 kilometer rail system linking 60 cities across Egypt at $8.31 billion contract finalized in May 2022 by Siemens and it's partners with the Government of Egypt for the country's first high speed rail.
Covering 2,635 hectares, the new Dangote Petroleum Refinery will be the largest in Africa helping to alleviate Nigeria's under utilised capacity as well as fuel problems.
Built on 40 hectares of reclaimed land, the $300 million upgrade to Walvis Bay Port completed in September 2020 has doubled capacity to 10 million tons of cargo per annum and enhanced efficiency.
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