Doing business in Africa

Welcome to PwC in Africa

Many skills, one network; serving a rising Africa

 
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See where we are in Africa

In Africa, PwC is the largest provider of professional services with close to 400 partners and 9,000 people located in 34 countries.

To support clients more efficiently, our network of firms across Africa work very closely together with our global network to offer unparalleled combinations of local market knowledge and depth of expertise.

Our ability to serve our clients across the continent and the range of our skills allow us to bring added value to all our clients, everywhere in Africa.

For many years, PwC has been working with private businesses, financial institutions, governments and public bodies across Africa.

Thanks to our strong local network of Partners and teams, we have established privileged relationships with our clients to provide them with rapid and customised solutions.

Across the African continent, PwC can offer the cultural and economic understanding of all key markets, backed by the industry and technical experience of our local and international teams.


The Africa Business Agenda

A key feature of the post-2008 recession has been the increase in prominence of Africa as an investment destination. With Africa already showing a higher-than average growth rate, a significant number of multinationals have declared their organisations’ intentions of growing their presence in Africa. PwC is also fielding a number of enquiries from our clients regarding opportunities for investment and doing business in and across the continent.

To find out more, please visit our Africa Business Agenda web site.

The Global African Investment Summit

PwC is proud to be a platinum sponsor for the inaugural "Global African Investment Summit".

Scheduled for 20 to 21 October 2014, it will bring together both public and private sector organisations to discuss transactions, finance and projects in Sub Saharan Africa.

African Presidents will travel to the event with Finance ministers, sector specific ministers and CEOs from state owned enterprises to address and hear from the global financial markets, project implementers, consultants and law firms about co-financing and executing their most pressing projects in Agribusiness, Natural Resources, Power, and Critical Infrastructure.

To find out more, please visit the Global African Investment Summit web site.