Africa Connected

Nikiwe Bikitsha explores business in Ghana for #AfricaConnected

Acclaimed journalist, Nikiwe Bikitsha is visiting Ghana to explore what the West African country has to offer for leisure and business.

Through this Standard Bank sponsored campaign, running over a number of months, Bikitsha will touch down in Mozambique, Nigeria, Kenya and Cote d'Ivoire and engage business people on the challenges and benefits of doing business in Africa. Followers of the campaign should gain insight into African markets and better understand what connects them...

You can follow her travel blog here

The big issue as far as the economy is concerned is that Ghana has always been a commodities dominated economy.

Nikiwe Bikitsha, award-winning journalist

Listen to Nikiwe chatting to John Robbie this morning...

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