The Digital Content Hub is AFD’s first investment in the area of digital innovation in South Africa and reflects a new focus on financing cultural, creative and tech industries as key players in local economic development.
On October 6-8 in Paris, the first Création Africa forum for cultural and creative industries (CCI) will feature fast-growing sectors such as TV series, animation, video games, and comics. How does AFD Group support industry professionals and help new talent emerge? We find out.
AFD supports the South African government’s housing policy, by providing the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) with a concessional loan to increase its low-cost rental housing offering.
A concessional credit line provided to banks in order to facilitate access to housing for people in the lowest income bracket.
AFD supports the University of Cape Town to conduct a study to better understand the realities of socio-spatial integration in the city of Cape Town.
A project that puts sport at the service of social inclusion and the creation of income-generating activities through a digital solution.
A project that aims to increase the share of energies from renewable sources in the national energy mix, ultimately reducing CO2 emissions