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Africa faces a unique economic outlook for 2024. Encouraging strong growth in East Africa is expected to be buffeted by regional instablity in North and Central Africa, while West Africa looks to grapple with unsustainable debt levels and a need to diversify their economies and tax revenue bases. Further, South Africa continues to face the challenge of logistics woes, electricty supply disruptions and a mounting fiscal crisis which threatens growth for the Southern African region.

Join the Johannesburg EICN as we unpack the findings from our Africa Business Outlook survey for 2024. In this report session, we will present the results of the survey and discuss what this means for business with our Africa experts. Following the discussion, each attendee will receive a copy of the much-acclaimed Africa Business Outlook report for 2024.


Fairlawns Hotel

1 Alma Rd, Morningside
Johannesburg, South Africa

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  • Rutendo Hwindingwi (CEO and Founder of Tribe Africa Advisory)

    Rutendo Hwindingwi

    CEO and Founder of Tribe Africa Advisory

    Dr Rutendo is the Chief Advisor and Founder of Tribe Africa Advisory (TAA). Tribe Africa Advisory is a boutique business development advisory firm that works with private and public organisations in building a capability of doing business successfully on the African content. Drawing from his seasoned experience of being an executive that led strategic business development, technology and leadership development initiatives in Africa in over 20 countries in the last 20 years .Dr Rutendo has also worked for a number of multinationals as an executive with Deloitte and Sage Plc being the key ones. He is also non-Executive Director for the British Chamber of Commerce for Southern Africa and the Chairman of the Digital Forum for the American Chamber of Commerce for South Africa. Dr Rutendo is also a global keynote speaker and published author of Rumble In The Jungle Reloaded – Navigating the African Business Landscape and Reflections of a Son of the Soil – A Collection or 55 African Proverbs.

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  • Sam Rolland (Director, Sub-Saharan Africa of The Economist  Intelligence Corporate Network)

    Sam Rolland

    Director, Sub-Saharan Africa of The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network

    Sam is a trained economist specialising in understanding the complexities of the South African economy. Prior to joining the EICN, Sam spent time in both the public and private sector, first as an economist within the Economic Policy division of the National Treasury, and then as a consulting economist at Econometrix, and Deloitte. During his time in private sector, Sam specialised in analysing events and government policies to dilute these into constructing business strategies. Sam also spent time in Switzerland as an economist for airline industry body IATA. Sam holds a masters degree in economics from Stellenbosch University, and has studied further at the Insitute for Social Studies in The Hague, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Levy Economics Insitute of Bard College in New York State.

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