‘South Africa remains Africa’s top investment destination’ - RMB

South Africa has one of the best stock exchanges in the world.

Celeste Fauconnier

North African countries have very diversified economies.

Celeste Fauconnier

East Africa is standing out in terms of fast, sustainable growth rates.

Celeste Fauconnier

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Celeste Fauconnier, Africa analyst and co-author of RMB’s “Where to Invest in Africa" report.

These are, according to the report, the top-10 investment destinations in Africa:

1. South Africa

2. Egypt

3. Morocco

4. Ghana

5. Kenya

6. Nigeria

7. Ethiopia

8. Côte d'Ivoire

9. Tanzania

10. Algeria

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