Public Private Partnership (PPP) as an anchor for diversifying the Nigeria economy
Lagos Container Terminals Concession as a Case Study Across Africa, the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model has become increasingly critical as both a funding and operational mechanism for social (e.g. hospitals and schools) and economic infrastructures such as ports, railways, roads and airports. The public partner is typically represented by the government at a national, state, or local agency level. The private partner can be a privately-owned business or consortium of businesses with a specific area of expertise.
Directors’ Alert 2017 – Courage under fire: Embracing disruption
Disruption is a topic everyone is talking about. While many organizations fear it, others realize the many opportunities that disruptive technologies, processes, and social norms present. But with every opportunity comes an element of risk – not every disruption will positively impact your enterprise.
FG Releases 2016 Fiscal Policy Measures
The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved and ordered the immediate implementation of the 2016 fiscal policy measures (FPM).
Africa Construction Trends Report 2016
Africa’s changing infrastructure landscape This edition of Deloitte’s Africa Construction Trends Report cumulates and compares data from the last four years, delivering insights on both a continental and regional level. The latest edition includes a special feature on water projects in Africa.
The key to successful delivery of Capital Projects in Africa
Delivering Capital Projects is a complex process that requires the effective integration of a number of variables. The successful delivery of such a project largely depends on frequent measurement of progress, evaluating plans and making adjustments where necessary.