This month’s issue of TABJ presents a myriad of businesses that have thrived in Africa. And to open the collection, we bring you an exclusive interview with Ernst & Young, who tell us why Africa is the place to be.

While we normally host many companies in the food and drink sphere, and in manufacturing, this month we also bring to you some interesting company stories in the development and energy sectors including stories from Central Developments and Time Mining.

Meanwhile, the TABJ team has been examining pertinent world events over the last month and delve into Bin Laden’s death and emotions on the oil markets, and Japan’s nuclear crisis and how it has affected nuclear confidence.

We are always looking to feature the best in class in African business. So contact us and we’ll tell your story—and with our new Editor John Pinching on board, we’re sure you will be pleased with the result.

Until next month,

Sara Kopamees


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