Africa Connected

Nikiwe Bikitsha explores business and investment opportunities in Mozambique

Nikiwe Bikitsha is in Mozambique this week to explore exactly what makes this country a great destination for business and investment.

The Africa Connected series with Standard Bank profiles Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire and Mozambique to highlight that Africa is indeed open for business.

Speaking to 702's Stephen Grootes from the capital Maputo, she said the technology and infrastructure sector presented many opportunities.

Mozambique discovered gas, it's a producer of coal and aluminium which are all products which are huge for production and industrialisation.

Nikiwe Bikitsha, award-winning journalist

What opportunities does Mozambique offer?

  • vast natural resources and infrastructure development
  • low penetration levels in the mobile market in a country depending on wireless access technologies
  • incentives for foreign investors in the form of tax breaks and industrial free zones

Click here to keep a close trail of Nikiwe's adventure in Mozambique and other African countries on the itinerary.

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