Home to the world’s fastest growing economies, the construction industry in Africa is currently undergoing a boom. PwC is predicting that infrastructure spend in sub-saharan Africa will grow from $70 billion in 2013 to $180 billion in 2025. With several new highways, railways, airports, power projects, and residential / commercial / retail developments under construction or in the works across the continent, the question arises: how will companies find the necessary people to deliver these projects?
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Last year the Nigerian economy was declared the largest African economy. This is coming after Nigeria rebased its GDP from 1990 to 2010 resulting in an 89% increase in the estimated size of the economy surpassing South Africa.
The result of the exercise revealed a more diversified economy than previously thought and there are prospects in Nigeria for a sustained growth driven by an improved performance of key non-oil sectors such as: Agriculture, Information and Communication Technology, Trade and Services.
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