The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund approved a technical assistance grant of $2 million to fund research that will contribute to electricity reforms in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
SDX Energy, the MENA-focused energy company, announced the spudding of the MSD-23 infill development well at the Meseda Field, West Gharib concession, Egypt.
Ecobank, the leading Pan-African Banking Group, has been named ‘Best Trade Finance Bank in West Africa’ at the prestigious Global Trade Review’s Leaders in Trade awards.
IFC partnered with private healthcare developer Egyptians for Health Care Services (EHCS) to support the construction and operation of CapitalMed, a sprawling medical hub on the outskirts of Cairo that will improve healthcare services in the country.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, together with four of the top international organizations announced their commitment to develop guidelines that would provide the global market consistency and transparency in financing the blue economy.
Kazera Global announced the signature of Binding Heads of Terms for the proposed acquisition of a 71% interest in Great Lakes Graphite, which owns 100% of 3 exploration licenses covering the Homa Bay and Buru Hill Rare Earth Elements in Kenya.
The National Bank of Egypt today opens its first branch in Juba, South Sudan with a capital of $30m.
Oil major BP has today announced that it has been awarded an offshore exploration block in Egypt following its successful participation in last year’s limited bid round organised by the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has granted an Approval In Principle to Abeg Technologies Limited, a product of Piggytech Global Limited, as a Mobile Money Operator in Nigeria.
Discovery Limited has been approved for a secondary listing on A2X Markets and its shares will be available for trade on A2X from 4 July 2022.
Following the easing of lockdown restrictions in East Africa, regional economies have worked hard at making up lost ground and repairing the economic damage wrought by the pandemic.
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As concerns over climate change's lasting impact intensify, CSPs (Communication Service Providers) need to tackle an urgent double-edged dilemma.
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