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Boost your brand exposure and reach the market that means business. With a global audience of political and business leaders who value accuracy, incisive writing and understanding of African Affairs, The Africa Report offers Advertisers a unique mix of international and African circulation.

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Qualitative business magazine

The Africa Report is a bimonthly business magazine covering African politics, economy, society and culture and is published by the Paris-based Groupe Jeune Afrique, the leading pan African publisher for over 50 years.

The Africa Report, launched in 2005, has already been awarded twice best pan African business publication. Its success among the African and international business, diplomatic and institutional community since its launch as an annual publication in 2005, led it to grow first to a quarterly and then to a bimonthly in just four years. It is to go monthly in 2010.

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Targeted circulation

Its recognised high quality coverage of African business environment is combined with the strongest pan African circulations and worldwide audiences: 65,000 copies and 400,000 readers in more than 60 countries. The Africa Report offers a circulation unmatched by any other English-reading publication.

The magazine reaches a readership of politic and economic decision makers in key countries in Africa and worldwide (such as Canada, USA, Europe, China and Japan...)

The Africa Report already stands as a leading local business magazine in several African countries such as Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda etc.


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Added-value editorial environments

In each issue, we include a special “Country Report”, to ensure the country’s promotion among our readership, as well as a “sector dossier”. These special dossiers offer readers a concise overview of the country or sector, in-depth surveys of key-markets, company profiles and CEO interviews, as well as essential maps and data, to arrive at a complete picture of the opportunities and risks.

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They rely on us… why not you?

Over 150 companies reach their market thanks to The Africa Report. Among them:

2MN Ltd Access bank,  AfDB, Addax & Oryx, AES SONEL, Afreximbank, Africa Sun, African Circle, African Union Commission, Africités, Agroway, Air Algérie, Air Senegal International, Amitelo, Anglogold Ashanti, Afrijet, AttijariwafaBank, APR Energy, ATC Banc ABC, Banco Africano de Investimentos, Barclays, BASF South Africa, Beach Side Hotel, Benetton, BGI Castel, BIM, BMI, BNEDT, British American Tobacco, Brussels Airlines, CBG, CCEI Bank GE, CFAO, Commerzbank, Contour Global, Croplife Daikin, Dangote Group, Degrémont, Demimpex, DHL, Diageo, Distell, Divestiture Implementation Committee, Djezzy, DP World, Dubai Internet City Ecobank, Econet, ECOWAS, Ekurhuleni, ENGEN, Equinoxe Oil and Gas, ESKOM, European Investment Bank, ExxonMobil Gateway, GC Net, Geolink, Ghana International Airlines, Global Contour, GS Telecom, Hewlett Packard,IDC, IFC, Intelsat, Intercontinental, ISCTEM, Iveco Kenya Airways, Konica Minolta, KWV Lagos State, Laurent Perrier, LC2 / Nasuba, Legacy Hotel, Lekki Free Trade Zone, Le Vendôme MCB, M CEL, Medicapital, Mercedes-Benz, Michelin, Millenium Finance Coporation, MTN, Multichoice / DStv, Mwana Africa Native Investment Group, NEPAD, NEPC, NNPC, Nokia Siemens Oando, Oracle Pernod Ricard, Petro SA, Philips Consulting, PMSA, Psitek RandWater, RascomStar-QAF, Renault, Renaissance Capital, Royal Air Maroc SABC, Sasol, SDMO Industries, SGS, SG-SSB Ghana, SIAT group, Siemens, Sifax Group, Sheraton, Somagec, Sonatrach, Sony Ericsson, SOTRA, South African Airways, Standard Bank, Suzuki TA Holdings, Tamoil, The Arab Contractors, Thuraya, Total, Trust Merchant Bank, Tullow Oil UBA, UNDP, Unisa Vale, Venture Capital trust Fund, Veolia, Volvo, Virgin Nigeria Western Union, Wienco Xerox Zamil Steel


Useful Links

A selection of informative, analytical and creative websites about Africa, picked by our editorial team.


Africa News – news from an Africa-wide network of reporters and citizen journalists


Voices of Africa – Comment from across the continent published by SA's Mail & Guardian

Global Voices– an all-encompassing round-up of Africa's best blogs and bloggers


Pambazuka News– an online forum and weekly newsletter on social justice in Africa


African Elections Database – a record of all past and upcoming African elections


African Union – portal for news and updates from the AU and its organs

International Crisis Group – Africa programme with weekly crisis updates

Institute of Security Studies – SA-based think-tank with briefings on politics, governance and security issues

Africa Can – Blog by World Bank Chief Economist for Africa, Shanta Devarajan


Africa Economic Outlook – economic data on 47 countries from the AfDB and OECD

The African Networka global NGO aimed at fostering technology and entrepreneurship 

African Capital Markets News - news and analysis on African stock exchanges, private equity and bond markets

Doing Business – World Bank's annual ranking of how fast things get done and where


Kwani– new writing from this Kenyan-based creative writing journal


Committee to Protect Journalists – news on journalists under pressure across Africa

Reporters Without Borders– updates on violations of African press freedom

African Scholar  – a wealth of advice for African students looking to study abroad 



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