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“Ex Africa semper aliquid novi” | “Out of Africa, always something new”

(Pliny the Elder, wrote in the first century AD)

About Us

EXX  AFRICA is a specialist intelligence company that delivers accurate, decision-ready, and commercially relevant forecasts on African political and economic risk to businesses.  We embrace the continent’s fast changing dynamics and serve our wide-ranging client base to mitigate their risk exposure to Africa’s fast-changing political and economic developments.

We pride ourselves on providing timely, reliable, and well-informed intelligence that is sourced from our extensive on-the-ground network and then rigorously applied to our analytical processes.  We prepare our clients to enter new markets in Africa, to recognize and engage senior stakeholders, to identify key threats and opportunities, to monitor indicators of risk, to assess their socio-economic impact, and to manage expectations and meet local requirements.

We believe that the value of intelligence is in its factor of surprise, so we endeavor to always tell our clients something new and striking.  We are based in Johannesburg and London, with a network of trusted analysts and dedicated sources across the African continent and beyond.

We offer price competitive solutions to advise clients from all sectors and we offer bespoke services to always meet our clients’ needs!
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