Africa spends approximately $93 billion on its infrastructure per anum. $43 billion of that comes from governments and international agencies, while Africa has to bridge the gap to find the remaining amount of $50 billion – the solution here looks towards public-private partnerships.

Shem Simuyemba, fund manager of NEPAD at the African Development Bank, says that Africa has a high demand for infrastructure across the board, but also discusses the international capital that is waiting to be invested in Africa.

Source: CNBCAfrica