Africa Investment Guide: Equatorial Guinea in Focus

You are here: Home Investment Guide Incorporation Business entities In Equatorial Guinea, the main business entities recognized under the Commercial Code (OHADA) are: a. Limited Partnership(S.L): This type of company: A minimum of 1.000.000 XAF is required to incorporate S.L. It is divided into shares with a face value of at least 5.000 XAF. It…

Africa Investment Guide: Nigeria in Focus

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Africa Investment Guide: Ghana in Focus

You are here: Home Investment Guide Incorporation Business entities In Ghana, depending on the type of business you are involved in, there are 6 main business entities you can choose from. The body responsible for business entity registration in Ghana is the Registrar General’s Department (RGD). The types of business entities are; Sole proprietorship: This…

Africa Investment Guide: Zimbabwe in Focus

You are here: Home Investment Guide Incorporation Business entities In Zimbabwe, the main business entities recognized under the Companies and Other Business Entities (Chapter 24:31) (The Act), are as follows: a. Private limited companies (Ltd): This type of company: restricts the right to transfer its shares; limits the number of its members to fifty, not…

Africa Investment Guide: South Africa in Focus

You are here: Home Investment Guide INTRODUCTION The economy of South Africa is the 2nd (second) largest in Africa and has a highly developed and advanced economic structure. It is the leading African economy and home to 75% (seventy-five percent) of the largest African companies. Due to its wealth of natural resources which include coal,…