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CAI is driven by a passion for Africa that connects our team of more than 300 expert consultants, on and in Africa. CAI’s tailored, client-oriented approach to analytical research, focused solely and comprehensively on Africa, ensures fully informed decision-making through customised intelligence solutions.

With our headquarters in South Africa and consultants spread across the African continent and abroad, CAI combines in-country presence and expertise with a holistic understanding of our local and international clientele, making CAI your definitive partner in Africa. Learn more about CAI.

Featured CAI Analyst

Alessandro Bruno

Meet Alessandro Bruno

Alessandro Bruno is a writer and analyst on issues related to North Africa and the Sahel (Mali and Niger in particular), Libya, the 'Arab Awakening', Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Syria and the Gulf Region. He lectures for the US Armed Forces’ Leader Development and Education for Sustained Peace Program (LDESP), which offers graduate level regional and geopolitical education for military and civilian leaders. He has lectured on Libya, security in the Sahel region of Africa, and the rebellion in Syria and Saudi Arabia. Meet more of our expert analysts.

Featured Discussion Paper

Doing business in SADC: Still a long way to go

Written by Kholofelo Kugler (1)
Monday, 13 October 2014 10:52

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly recognised as vital engines of growth in the SADC region as Africa continues to soar. However, an acrimonious business environment remains a major stumbling block to meaningful development of local enterprise. SADC needs to capitalise on its potentially vibrant SME sector which could catapult it into an economic powerhouse in its own right. Read more...

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