Robert Johnson, The RLJ Companies founder and chairman, recounts his meetings with the former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela.» Read More
Global brewing giant SABMiller said on Thursday its annual worldwide underlying beer volumes rose 10%, and said its financial performance was in line with its own expectations.
African nations like Sierra Leone and Namibia might not seem like they would be the first place investors looked to put their money. But they are exactly where China has been investing heavily over the past couple of years. And that raised the question--why is the world’s most populous nation pouring money into the world’s poorest continent?