Why Afrikaans is a bad bet for investors

Africa has been a hotbed of investor optimism in recent years.

Its the home to some of the world’s most vibrant and innovative markets, including stocks, commodities and technology.

And, according to analysts, the continent’s future could be brighter.

Afrikaans was the language of choice when CNBC first launched in 2009.

Today, more than 90% of the continent is spoken by at least some 1.6 billion people, according the World Bank.

But it has been hit hard by the effects of the global financial crisis.

Since then, the South African-born economist Simon Bonsu has been advising many of Africa’s most successful and successful investors.

“The Afrikaan languages are a big asset to invest in, and I think they are one of the key ingredients to any success,” he told CNBC.

As the market recovers from the financial crisis, the Afrikaang is seeing a resurgence in its popularity.

And that, in turn, is making investors wary of investing in Africa.

In the wake of the Great Recession, some investors are questioning whether Afrikaants success is tied to its ability to sustain its vibrant economy and robust currency, which helped make the region one of Africas most prosperous regions in terms of wealth and growth.

At the same time, the region’s strong currency, and the high level of education that has helped the region develop its skills, have also contributed to its attractiveness to investors.

So, why is it that investors are turning away from Afrikaanes market?

And are there other reasons that investors should reconsider investing in the region?

While it may seem like a no-brainer to invest your money in Africa, the reality is that there are several other factors that need to be considered when it comes to making that investment decision.

Africa is a diverse continent, and its people have different languages and cultural practices.

The majority of people living in Africa speak one or both Afrikaands languages.

For example, the vast majority of the people in Africa live in sub-Saharan Africa, which is a continent that has been home to a diverse group of people.

If you want to invest for your future in Africa you need to understand its diverse landscape, culture and geography.

Also, there is no shortage of opportunities to invest.

A continent that is often referred to as the “new land” is also a region that is experiencing a rapid rise in economic development and wealth.

That, in part, has led to more and more foreign investors.

In the past five years, the number of African-owned companies has increased by nearly 80% in the South Africa-based S&P 500, according data from S&P Global.

The number of foreign-owned startups in Africa has increased nearly 80%, and has more than doubled from the past four years.

Moreover, Africa’s top 10 fastest-growing economies are among the most diversified in the world.

These include South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania.

So, it is not surprising that Africa is a good place to invest if you want a diversified portfolio of businesses and investments that can serve your needs.

However, you will need to make sure that you have a strong foundation in the Afrikaner language, which means you will be investing in companies that are rooted in Afrikaandan culture and heritage.

Many African countries are witnessing a revival in their own economy as the country’s young people are starting to move out of their parents homes.

And that is where the Afriasans market shines.

The Afrikans market is also diversified.

Most of the top 10 most traded stocks in Africa are located in the continent.

This is a sign of the strength of the Afros in terms and the competitiveness of Afrians stocks.

Furthermore, a lot of African countries, like Ghana, Nigeria or Tanzania, are seeing a revival of their economies.

The region is a leader in the global economy.

The country with the highest growth rates in the OECD in 2016 was Ghana.

The continent is also in the forefront of the digital economy, and is one of only four African countries that is able to support its own tech companies.

All of these factors make it an attractive place to build an Afriains portfolio.

Afrikaanse has also seen a rise in its investment activity over the last few years.

In 2016, the country reported a $8.6bn turnover.

The value of these investments increased by 17% to $15.7bn.

Africas investment performance is one reason why the country is one the most attractive destinations for investors to invest when it came to investment opportunities.

There is a huge demand for a diversification of investments, and a huge opportunity to invest here.

It is not only Africa’s markets that are attracting investors, as the United States and China have also been investing in recent times.