Africa ranks first in the world, according to most current and professional assessments, in the concentration of the world's largest accumulated reserves of gold, antimony, bauxite, chromite, cobalt, diamonds, fluorspar, hafnium, manganese, phosphate rock, platinum metals, titantium, vanadium, vermiculite and zirconium. Africa supplies up to
6% of the world's demand for aluminum, cement, coal, copper, graphite, iron ore, lead, steel and zinc; and it supplies up to 31% of the world's demands for bauxite, cobalt, gold, manganese, phosphate and uranium. Additionally, Africa supplies up to 57% of the world need for chromium and diamonds.
When an opportunity has been lost, there is often the assumption which is commonly portrayed in the media that Africa
is a risky investment. This, in reality, is simply not the case. In fact, there are huge opportunities going begging on
this continent. The only proviso is that intensive research must be carried out on every factor prior to implementation.
We provide the professional input, research, reporting and advice to ensure that the investor or donor is fully
aware and that risks are kept to a minimum. We also provide full supervision, reporting and accountability during the
implementation of any particular project.
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USAfrica L.L.C. has the right people, the knowledge, and the required experience to assist in legal and legitimate
operations with any project related to business development or improvement in Guinea/Conakry, Guinea-Bissau,
Liberia and Sierra Leone. With the right management and supervision, there are already
significant prospects for relatively small investments.
Send an E-mail with your question(s), and/or your request(s), and/or proposal(s) and it will be forwarded to
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Feasibility Investigation by ?on site? inspection and research are considered a prerequisite vital to the successful
formulation of new or the resuscitation of any existing program.
If we are not able to help, we will let you know immediately.
The “run on land” in Africa has started, and in the coming years the demand will dramatically increase.
For that reason we introduce the West African Landbank - a cooperative platform for landowners and potential
lessees. Have a look at www.africa-afrika.org/wal/index.html and have your say. So far WAL build up a potential
portfolio with 2million hectares arable land with rich soil in West Africa, ready to grow rice, maize, corn,
oil palm, cassava/manioc, potatoes, groundnut, cashew, banana, pine apple, orange, papaya. The soil is so
rich that if you would stick a broomstick in the ground it will grow leaves.
If you understand the impact of water you should become a FREE member of the Water Site Community.
20% TO 30% RETURN ON INVESTMENT/YEAR
The MPI RICE PORTFOLIO (MRP-1/2009) is an agricultural resource investment opportunity looking to meet the
growing demand for rice and Emission Reduction Units. MANO PROPERRTIES & INVESTMENT SL LTD (MPI) will plant
in total 33,000ha- 2,000ha per annum - with NERICA swamp rice at the rate of 500ha per coup in feasible swamp
areas in West Africa.
The business that endures will foster long-term success and sustainable profits through collaborative
relationships with stakeholders, coupled with investments in both their current and future workforce.
WHY INVEST IN RICE?
Rice is one of the major necessities and with global demand, including growing Asian economies such as China and India.
Fields producing rice is increasingly important in the overall markets. Fields developed in the MPI Rice Portfolio
provide good quality raw material for the production of cooking rice for the domestic and regional market.
HOW THE INVESTMENT WORKS
The MPI RICE PORTFOLIO starts when a full parcel of 500ha has been assigned to investors. A minimum investment
certificate concerns a five (5) hectares (ha) big block to be planted with NERICA rice. The investment sum is
$5,000/ha. The first rice crop starts producing 6 months after preparation of the land and then produces 3 times a year
3.675ton processed rice per hectare per harvest (11ton/year), generating a minimum profit of $100/ton
($1,100 per year ? 22%). In contrary with forestry and palm oil projects, rice generates income and profit immediately
in the first year of planting.
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2009 STAR MODEL AFRICA CONTEST®
Star Model Africa® is a far reaching project to locate and scout the ?cream of young Africa modelling?.
STAR MODEL AFRICA® is an "insiders look-out" and "outsiders look-in" to the glamorous world of fashion,
modelling and beauty.
Our clients are from the fashion and advertising industry in Rome, Milan, Paris, Frankfurt,
Amsterdam, New York and Los Angeles.
Camera teams and other media from regional/international television stations are to follow
this unique reality Quest - to inform, entertain and update viewers frequently of the progress made
by the future 'Star Models of Africa'.
The Star Model Africa Experience not only attracts the attention of the public but also of the media,
guaranteeing a constant flow of free publicity, a SPONSOR could never buy for money.
The Academy would like to invite companies and organizations who would be proud to be associated as project-partner or SPONSOR.
Star Model Africa has much to offer: BRANDING - MEDIA EXPOSURE - CROSS PROMOTIONS - TY INNS - IMPACT - GOODWILL.
MANO PROPERTIES & INVESTMENT INC. (MPI) is a consultancy and management agency for foreign companies and individuals wishing
to enter the Mano River Basin and, for Mano River Basin business and governmental entities looking for foreign
venture capital, business partners, or investment. The Mano River Basin market exists of - Guinea, Liberia and
Sierra Leone. In 2008 MPI expanded its market with Mali.
The Africa Football Academy (AFA) launches the first in its kind "Social Awareness Football Investment Fund",
financing a football Academy for talent from (West)Africa. During a televised Target Market Quest, AFA professionals
scout extremely talented young players (age 15-18y) with the objective to offer 50 most talented players a football
scholarship and full college education. Return on investment: transfer fees from top teams in
the European and UAE football leagues, and annual commissions on player-contracts. The Academy is a partnership
between Africa-Afrika.com and top teams from Europe and the United Arab Emirates. Fund participation available for
12 shares of $100,000 each. Estimated annual profit: 15% (no guarantees). Sponsors are warmly welcome!
Africa is the continent that has almost all the world's reserves of the scarcest and most precious minerals, the platinium group minerals: platinium,
palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, tantalum, and osmium. They are used in minute amounts in electronic and space-age materials, medical instruments,
and other high precision devices. Africa produces more than 60 metal and mineral products and is a major producer of several of the world?s most
important minerals and metals including Gold, PGE?s, Diamonds, Tantalite, Titanium, Uranium, Manganese, Chromium, Nickel, Bauxite and Cobalt.
Africa's contribution to the world's major metals (copper, lead and zinc) is less than 7%. As a result silver production is low
(less than 3% of the world's production) due to the fact that most silver is produced as a by product of lead; zinc and copper mining.
Although underexplored, Africa hosts about 30% of the planet's mineral reserves, including 40% of gold, 60% cobalt and 90% of the world's
PGM reserves, making it a strategic producer of these precious metals.
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The increase in exploration and mine development in Africa has been primarily focussed on gold and diamond exploration but due to explosive
market developments in China and India, suddenly iron ore, bauxite and copper are in great demand.
Undoubtedly, there is still great scope for these commodities, but riding on the back of improving base metal prices,
this sector will see a dramatic increase in activities. Mozambique, Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Nigeria and Madagascar are but a few countries
that have tremendous potential for base metal and industrial mineral deposits. Lately Chinese and Indian companies come to West Africa with cash in the pocket
to purchase oil, metal and mineral concessions. This is what Africans understand: "CASH & CARRY" and not empty promises from US and European companies
to give shares and future profit. The African is hungry since long time and has an empty belly.
They say: "paper walks, money talks". That is the language the Chinese and Indians understand and step by step they obtain one after the other concession
for a nickel and a dime and THE WEST will fish behind the net if they don't act fast. This endangers the political situation in several
fragile countries as certain powers are subtle trying to destabilize governments in mining countries to later secure permits and concessions from
present opposition parties and other "greedy" organization.
South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia and the DRC dominated the African Mining industry, whilst countries such as Angola,
Sierra Leone, Namibia, Zambia and Botswana rely heavily on the mining industry as a major foreign currency earner.
Unfortunately, several African civil wars are funded by (and often caused by) some of these commodities, in particular diamonds and oil.
Major new mines opening in Africa or under development are distributed between South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Tanzania, and Gabon producing gold,
diamonds, niobium products, PGE?s, chrome and base metals. Major discoveries over the last year include the discovery of several potentially
diamondiferous kimberlites in Mauritania, and still in the diamond scene, the potential marine deposits in offshore southern Namibia.
Africa is blessed with sunshine, unique eco-climates and a natural abundance of ?fruits? unseen in the western world. The opportunities are
enormous because the global village is always looking to taste new things. There are so many examples of natural products, unknown to most,
which have not been commercially exploited. The possibilities are, to say the least, very exciting. The indigenous people and wild animals
eat these delicacies but do not have the knowledge or capacity to develop these products to sustain the volume required in a "niche" market.
Many of these crops evolved in the specific environment in which they grow. The future lies with those who have the vision and drive to develop
these new products.