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  • 6 African Nations You Didn’t Know Were Tax Havens

    tax haven By Lillian Mutiso, 5:07 am AFKI Original

    Most nations in Sub Saharan Africa have poor legislation on taxation which is not well-detailed and interpretation on taxation guidelines are in most cases ambiguous. But there a few countries that have managed to position themselves as tax havens for foreigners. Apart from Mauritius and Seychelles, there are a few other country that have achieved the tax haven status but are not has prominent as these two. Below are countries in Africa that you probably didn’t consider tax-havens:

  • 10 Most Attractive Investment Destinations In Africa

    By Lillian Mutiso, 6:13 am AFKI Original

    In 2014, Africa received a total of $128 billion, which made it the second biggest destination of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) capital globally. In 2015, the flow of FDI capital was projected to exceed US$190 billion. Investment flow into the continent has significantly grown over the last decade in tandem with the high economic growth witnessed by most countries in the region. Much of the investments have been made in the infrastructure, financial services, real estate and consumer-based sectors.

  • Take A Trip Back In Time At Morocco’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

    moroccos UNESCO world heritage sites By Joe Kennedy, 7:00 pm

    Morocco is tied with Ethiopia in having the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Africa, with an impressive nine. Many are thousands of years old, and some have been continuously inhabited ever since they were founded. Here are all of Morocco’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites — From ancient Roman ruins to bustling medinas — and why you should go.

  • Where To Find Great Eats In Casablanca

    great eats in casablanca By Joe Kennedy, 6:00 am

    Casablanca is arguably the most modern city in Morocco, and its cuisine tends to be more international compared to the more traditional fare you’ll find in cities like Fez or Marrakech. It’s also a far less touristy city, meaning you’re likely to get a meal that isn’t watered down to suit the tastes of foreign travelers. From fine dining by the water to hip burger joints, here are 10 places where you can find great eats in Casablanca.

  • Opinion: Africa Uprising, World Economic Forum Just Perpetuates Myths

    Africa Uprising, World Economic Forum By Staff, 5:56 pm

    There is widespread social resistance under way in Africa. Grassroots protesters are questioning the logic of export-led “growth” and fiscal austerity. They are demanding that their basic needs be met instead. After the dramatic Arab Spring, protesters picked up the pace in many sub-Saharan countries. Even if it is ignored in Kigali, or repressed on the ground, the popular risings against the WEF’s dubious “Africa Rising” rhetoric await…

  • 8 Stunning Africa-Themed Wedding Invitations

    Africa-themed wedding invitations By Julia Austin, 4:23 pm AFKI Original

    Vanessa Williams, 52, is a U.S. singer, actor and the first black Miss America. She met her husband, Jim Skrip of Depew, New York, on a cruise in Egypt that inspired their wedding invitation. The company they chose to design their wedding invitation received a lot of recognition for the Egyptian-themed card. It came with a personal emblem for the couple enclosed by a 14 carat gold lotus flower. Whether you have African heritage, met your fiancée in Africa, or are hosting a wedding in Africa, here some wedding invitations that will inspire you.

  • Mount Toubkal, Morocco: A Photo Essay Of The Amazing Mountain

    mount toubkal By Staff, 7:00 am

    What’s it like to hike up Morocco’s Mount Toubkal? NYC-based photographer Matt Dutile recently tackled the mountain, and came back with these amazing photos. Follow him on his journey as he braves wind, rain, cold and sore muscles, and experiences incredible views and traditional villages along the way.

  • Morocco’s Sofiane Boufal Voted Best African In Ligue 1

    Sofiane Boufal of Lille By Peter Pedroncelli, 4:44 am AFKI Original

    Lille’s Moroccan star midfielder Sofiane Boufal has been recognised for his performances in the French top flight with the Marc-Vivien Foe Award, indicating his status as the best African player in Ligue 1 for the 2015-16 season. The 22-year-old received the accolade ahead of fellow nominees Rachid Ghezzal and Cheikh N’Doye. Senegalese player N’Doye represents Angers, while Algerian Ghezzal turns out for Olympique Lyon.

  • 8 African National Team Coaching Changes In 2016

    Herve Renard By Peter Pedroncelli, 3:50 am AFKI Original

    Coaching is a rough gig. The pressure is always high, and with national teams in Africa the changes seem to ring all too often. The consistent pressure at the top means that African national team coaches are often sacked or forced to resign, and this year has been no different. We look at 8 of the national team coaching changes that have taken place so far this year.

    We look at 8 of the national team coaching changes that have taken place so far this year.

  • The Heart And Soul Of Meknes, Morocco: A Photo Essay

    meknes By Staff, 3:29 am

    New York City-based photographer Matt Dutile recently returned from Morocco, where he spent several weeks traveling the country and taking photos of the people, places and food. In this photo essay he roams from markets to madrasas to metalsmiths in search of the heart and soul of the city of Meknes.

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