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Barring certain exceptions, armed conflict and terrorism, policy uncertainty, macroeconomic instability and inadequate and corrupt legal systems in specific African countries, and regions, have historically tainted foreign investors’ perceptions of Africa as an investment destination. Subsequent to the 2008 financial crisis, however, Africa, with its high growth rates, burgeoning population, growing middle class, perceived improved political and macroeconomic stability and vast tracts of arable land and attractive geology, became increasingly attractive to foreign investors with FDI inflows to the continent increasing by 22% between 2010 and 2014. The end of the commodities “super-cycle” has, however, impacted heavily on resources seeking FDI and FDI inflows to Africa plunged by 31% during 2015. So, what do we do now?