Future Scope of ‘The Times of Africa’
The name of a publication stands tall only because of its readers. Thus, with a hold on the present and an eye on the future, we ‘The Times of Africa’ would endeavour to expand our reach to increase as much awareness about the economic potential of the African continent as possible.
For this, we envision to magnify our operations in all the regions – from Ras ben Sakka, the northernmost point of the African continent to the southernmost point i.e. Cape Agulhas (and not at Cape Point as many people believe).
We would multiply our efforts to bring apex business organizations and political heads from all across the globe to Africa to facilitate networking, sharing of ideas, technology, knowledge and expertise. This move will act as a catalyst in realising our dream of a developed and stable Africa.
Further, continuing our habit of fearless journalism, we will continue to be the voice of the youngest continent of the world.
Why Advertise In The Times of Africa Magazine?
Having conducted interviews of the who’s who of the Government and the Business Community such as Hon Alan Kyerematen, Minister of Trade and Industry, Ghana, Honourable Charles John Mwijage, Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Tanzania, Mr Shaktikanta Das, Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, H.E. Mavis Hawa Koomson, Minister for Special Development Initiatives, Ghana, Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei, Deputy Minister of Communications, Ghana, H.E Mr. Fabiano Emmanuel, Minister of Education, Science & Technology, Malawi and Mr. Akinwumi Ayodeji ADESINA, President of the African Development Bank, to name a few, there could be no better justification of the credibility that our name holds.
TOA has provided well-researched and in-depth insights on the investment and business opportunities in the different regions of the African continent. Companies such as Mahindra, TAFE and Indocorp have benefitted from this information and executed numerous projects in countries such as Ghana, Senegal, Sudan, and Burkina Faso.
Our publication provides a comprehensive platform to people from every strata of the society who are enthusiastic about uplifting the economy of Africa. Budding writers such as Benson Afful from Ghana and Daniel Santos from Nigeria are testimonials of how TOA has become the voice of the continent. We have also provided the opportunity to African students studying in Indian universities to undergo internship programmes for getting a practical experience of working in the industry.