Growth and Opportunities
The continent of Africa is the world's largest continent after Asia. The economic power house of Africa south of the Sahara Dessert is, South Africa.
Through it's well developed infrastructure and deep water ports, South Africa handles much of the trade for the whole of the Southern Africa region.
The Eastern region of Africa, is home to great wildlife reserves of the Serengeti plains and the Rift Valley Lake system., which stretch across Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania
The slow down in the world economy, affected stock markets; causing currencies to drop, and reduce foreign exchange income from oil, minerals and metals, and agricultural products.
AIDS, malaria, cholera and other diseases are rampant. Foreign debt and corruption mean that little foreign exchange is left to fund education, health and infrastructure. Tourism and information technology, provide the best hope for Africa
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