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Transcorp Power lists on Nigerian Exchange
14-03-2024 | 14:12:27
Following its listing on NGX, the company made its Facts Behind the Listing presentation and showcased its performance and strategy to stakeholders. 
GE Vernova commits to support sustainable energy transition in Nigeria
06-03-2024 | 13:25:43
Nigeria, one of Africa's economic powerhouses, faces a dynamic energy landscape characterized by a growing population, industrialization, and a rising demand for electricity. 
DFC reaffirms commitment to scaling investment in African infrastructure and critical minerals
28-02-2024 | 20:36:40
Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) Nisha Biswal traveled to South Africa and Zambia as part of the largest U.S. government delegation to Mining Indaba and the first Lobito Corridor Investors Forum and to deepen DFC’s investments on the continent.
[South Africa] Sasol and Transnet announce rail transport partnership
28-02-2024 | 14:56:26
Under the five-year agreement, Transnet will deliver ammonia from Sasol’s Secunda and Sasolburg facilities to the company’s customers through a dedicated fleet of 128 ammonia tankers. In turn, Sasol will fund Transnet’s maintenance and repair programme for the fleet.
Toyota to open a vehicle manufacturing plant in Kenya
07-02-2024 | 13:43:00
The agreement will see Toyota set up a vehicle manufacturing plant in the country. The company has committed an initial investment of Kshs 800 million in the Kenya Thika vehicle manufacturers.
[Kenya] KenGen diversifies into offering testing services to industries
31-01-2024 | 11:10:00
The accreditation of the calibration centre will not only contribute to KenGen’s financial sustainability but also position the company as a leader in calibration services regionally and globally.
Aramco expands global venture capital programme with $4 billion funds injection
17-01-2024 | 13:22:16
It will take Aramco's overall venture capital allocation to $7.5bn, which also includes the $500 million venture capital fund Wa'ed Ventures that focuses on the start-up ecosystem in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
India’s energy solutions brand Luminous Power Technologies forays into South Africa
18-12-2023 | 13:10:00
Having established a strong foothold across the African continent in the past 15 years, this landmark partnership is a major milestone for Luminous Power Technologies as it further strengthens its foothold in the African market.
Arab Coordination Group allocates $10 billion to support energy transition
05-12-2023 | 09:45:00
This funding is meant to drive a comprehensive and affordable transition to renewable energy in developing countries.
[Kenya] AfDB commits over €101 million to boost access to electricity
30-11-2023 | 11:32:52
The project will also benefit from a $13.17 million (€12.12 million) loan from the Canada-African Development Bank Climate Fund (CACF), administered by the Bank, providing long-term concessional loans for climate change adaptation and mitigation projects.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: Oil companies still have vital role to play in African energy
14-11-2023 | 13:27:11
Behind every discovery, final investment decision (FID), and first oil announcement in our continent are companies of all sizes, advancing our energy industry and bringing Africans closer to realizing the energy security and prosperity that their petroleum resources represent.
Arab Coordination Group pledges $50 billion for African development
10-11-2023 | 11:02:41
The Arab Coordination Group (ACG) has announced that it aims to allocate up to US$50 billion to help build resilient infrastructure and inclusive societies in the African continent.
Africa Climate Summit 2023 concluded with Nairobi Declaration
07-09-2023 | 09:04:00
At the closing of Africa Climate Summit 2023, African leaders announced $23 billion Nairobi declaration target for green growth in Africa.
IFC invests $11.5 billion for Africa’s green transition and job creation
29-08-2023 | 12:36:00
IFC made $11.5 billion in investments between July 1, 2022, and June 30, 2023, across 40 countries, the largest ever annual commitment for the continent.
ACWA Power signs deal with NREA for 10 gigawatts wind project in Egypt
28-08-2023 | 14:30:00
ACWA Power, a Saudi-listed company and the world's largest private water desalination company, the first mover into green hydrogen, and a player in energy transition, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) to allocate land for a 10 GW wind project in Egypt.
Sahara Group Foundation announces its third cohort of the Sahara Impact Fund Fellowship Programme
21-08-2023 | 10:30:00
With a focus on increasing access to energy and promoting sustainable environments, the Sahara Impact Fund program attracted over three hundred applications from nineteen African countries including Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, and Uganda.
African Energy Chamber partners with World Nuclear Association to advance sustainable nuclear energy in Africa
17-07-2023 | 09:18:20
As part of this partnership, World Nuclear Association, the organization representing the global nuclear industry, will be a leading participant in the upcoming AEW 2023 conference.
OPEC Fund and partners finance new power transmission line in Tanzania
07-07-2023 | 09:39:07
The project will include the construction of a 166km overhead transmission line connecting the Kagera region to the national grid, replacing the current energy supply from Uganda with local hydropower resources.
[Column] Wayne Glossop: Gas power solutions for South Africa
05-07-2023 | 14:12:37
While to date our society has been heavily reliant on coal, it's not able to keep pace with the energy and environmental aspirations of the nation currently.
AfDB, European Union and France invest $300 million in Tanzania’s hydropower project
19-04-2023 | 11:10:04
The funds will finance the construction of the 87.8-megawatt Kakono Hydropower Plant located in Kagera region in the northern part of Tanzania. The project also received a grant of EURO 36 million from the European Union.
AfDB, COMESA launch $1.5 million project to improve electricity regulation in the region
12-04-2023 | 11:22:51
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) have launched a new regional initiative to enhance the sustainability of the electricity sector in Eastern and Southern Africa through harmonized regulatory frameworks.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: Natural gas is key to addressing South Africa’s energy needs today and tomorrow
11-04-2023 | 13:23:23
As the country’s fleet of mostly coal-powered plants struggles to keep up with electricity demand, South Africans are enduring daily power outages that last six to 10 hours a day.
VC firm Equator raises $40 million in commitments for African climate tech startups
06-04-2023 | 09:20:25
The global venture capital firm with teams in Nairobi, Lagos, London, and Colorado, seeks to invest in high-growth, ready-to-scale ventures that are driven by technology and business model innovation in their quest to address material economic and sustainability challenges in the region.
AfDB approves $28.49 million grant to enhance Ghana’s universal electrification goal
28-03-2023 | 12:16:10
The financing, which will come from the Climate Investment Funds (CIF)– Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP), will support construction of mini-grids, stand-alone solar photovoltaic systems and solar-based battery facilities for storing excess power, a practise known as net metering.
Eni launches Sustainable Supply Chain Finance programme to support access to credit for companies committed to sustainable development
28-03-2023 | 09:39:55
It is designed for Eni suppliers to receive advance payments from the scheme’s financial partners.
Factor[e] Ventures launches a new venture studio to transform the African startup ecosystem
23-03-2023 | 12:01:16
Delta40 focuses on technology-driven energy, agriculture, and mobility ventures led by diverse, experienced founders.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: How domestic gas production can help mitigate South Africa’s energy crisis
23-03-2023 | 09:11:00
The country’s fuel and energy sector is truly in trouble, with power shortages and blackouts worse than ever before.
Volvo delivers the first heavy electric truck to Africa
20-03-2023 | 05:30:00
Deployment of heavy electric trucks is now spreading across the world. With Europe and the US among the leaders, the shift to more sustainable transport is kicking off also in other parts of the world. In Africa, the first heavy electric truck is now being delivered in the city of Rabat in Morocco.
[ChatGPT Biography] Tony Elumelu, Founder of Heirs Holdings
14-03-2023 | 14:56:59
Artificial Intelligence is taking the world by storm. As an experiment, Africa Business Communities is publishing a series of 100 biographies of the most successful entrepreneurs in Africa. We only ask the questions and let ChatGPT write.
EIB Climate Survey in Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:56:53
97% of Kenyan respondents say climate change is already affecting their everyday life.
[Column] Givemore T. Chiwanza: How has the Russia-Ukraine crisis affected Africa?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:52
This Ukraine crisis escalated on 24 February 2022 and has tremendously impacted the global socio-economic terrain. The situation has and will continue to affect the African continent's financial system and food and energy security.
Enquête de la BEI sur le climat en Côte d’Ivoire
14-03-2023 | 14:56:52
91 % de la population ivoirienne interrogée estiment que les changements climatiques ont déjà des répercussions sur leur quotidien.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Scaling startups’ investment in the region
14-03-2023 | 14:56:50
As startups successfully raise funding, they are boosting their product and service portfolio while setting sight on the East African region for expansion. This
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Accelerating sustainable and clean transport solutions
14-03-2023 | 14:56:49
A bulk of East African countries’ electricity comes from renewables. Yet the region’s transport sector relies entirely on imported petroleum fuels.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: How Africa can capitalize on its mineral wealth to develop an electric vehicle value chain
14-03-2023 | 14:56:45
As the entire global transportation marketplace marches toward an increasingly electrified and battery-powered future, many countries across the African continent stand at the threshold of profound economic opportunity.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Partnerships bolster cross-border remittances and trade
14-03-2023 | 14:56:43
This will also accelerate financial inclusion and remove the barriers around cross-border money transfers.
[Column] Mike Smollan: The effect of loadshedding on South African retail industry
14-03-2023 | 14:56:43
With loadshedding recently declared the 2022 word of the year by the Pan South African Language Board - retailers, brands, and manufactures have faced heavy knocks in a sector that is still in recovery post lockdown
[Column] Tobias Alando: Key learnings from the waste management journey
14-03-2023 | 14:56:26
The perception of waste as an unwanted material with no intrinsic value has dominated attitudes towards proper waste disposal. Yet, waste is a critical resource with the potential to transform the lives of Kenyans through the creation of jobs and wealth.
[Column] Tobias Alando: Securing our future: the path to net-zero
14-03-2023 | 14:56:23
Accelerating the transition to energy efficiency and conservation is one of the surest ways of securing the future of our planet for generations to come. This is because, energy is at the heart of climate change.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Gas price triggers ripple effect across industries
14-03-2023 | 14:56:20
Nigeria’s inflation as of the month of May stood at 17.71%, but economists are now predicting just a month later a new figure we can expect at the end of this year.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Nigeria scores big in budget transparency
14-03-2023 | 14:56:18
The infrastructure of Nigeria is such that for meaningful progress to be made, there must be give-and-take on the parts of the government and the people.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Government, Industries move to expand women enterprise
14-03-2023 | 14:56:16
With plunging profits in its prized sector, oil and gas, and an ever-climbing inflation, Nigeria is increasingly turning to what most of the world has been blind to – the potential of women in business.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Clean energy gets funding amid inflation and trade deficits
14-03-2023 | 14:56:11
Oil and Gas has been a pillar supporting the Nigerian economy for a very long time. Rich in this natural resource, Nigeria may be guilty of neglecting other promising sectors, like Agriculture and even Insurance.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: An economic overview for Q1
14-03-2023 | 14:56:06
As we have seen over time, when one sectors hits a low point, another is seen hitting high notes. Such is the situation as we’ve seen it lately.
[Column] Kelly-Ann Mealia: Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the Future of Capital Raising in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:56:05
More African energy projects should be crowdfunded either in fiat or digital currency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to ensure that these projects get developed.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Crude industry facts underlining the Nigerian economy
14-03-2023 | 14:56:04
The Nigerian stock market indicators have shown lately a typical pattern in stock markets – investors stay loyal to the resilient stocks.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Experts point toward startup management for local productivity
14-03-2023 | 14:56:03
Nigeria’s crown jewel, oil and gas, has been in a state of mild disrepair for several months now. There’s an ongoing fuel scarcity situation that is intensifying by the day and causing a ripple effect in every aspect of daily life.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Government, experts look to non-oil exports for economic recovery
14-03-2023 | 14:56:03
The math is really simple – a rise in fuel prices leads to a rise in price in everything on the market because it costs more to transport it.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: A call for exports diversification for higher market gains
14-03-2023 | 14:56:02
Agriculturists and entrepreneurs are working harder than ever to address food sufficiency, but energy rests firmly on the government’s shoulders.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Domestic savings, capital formation meet infrastructure demands
14-03-2023 | 14:55:59
The Federal Government is taking huge strides to strengthen the infrastructure and agriculture industries in Nigeria.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Energy Reforms: A catalyst for an emerging economic powerhouse
14-03-2023 | 14:55:55
The discourse on energy sector reforms is not unique to manufacturers but Kenyans at large, as many grapple with the high cost of electricity and frequent power outages.
[Column] Mathew Hall: Why off-grid solutions are starting to make more sense to South Africans
14-03-2023 | 14:55:28
With load shedding back and disrupting day to day life, compounded by consumers feeling the 15% increase on their electricity bill, alternative sources of energy are starting to look more attractive to South Africans.
Eastern and Southern Africa's vast renewables potential offers route to sustainable growth, IRENA
14-03-2023 | 14:55:22
Eastern and Southern Africa are vast, geographically diverse regions with rapidly growing populations and rising demands for energy. According to master plans for the two regional power pools, electricity demand is set to grow.
[Interview] Essi Farida Geraldo, CEO, Architecte urbaniste, Togo
14-03-2023 | 14:55:22
Passionate about art and creation and ended up in immersing in the field of architecture and design, Essi Farida Geraldo is the CEO of Architecte urbaniste an architectural and sustainable development firm which offer classic eco-architecture and urban planning services in Togo.
[Column] Andres Vega: Powerships: A solution for Africa’s energy short-term supply?
14-03-2023 | 14:55:21
Energy poverty represents one of the most critical challenges for development in Africa. According to the International Energy Agency, in 2019, the continent had more than 580 million people without electricity access.
[Column] Grace Goodrich: Driving deal making in Mozambique post-COVID-19
14-03-2023 | 14:55:18
While overall transactions dropped by eight percent in sub-Saharan Africa in 2020, in Mozambique, the number of transactions rose, with 12 deals reported compared to only four deals in 2019, according to a Baker McKenzie analysis.
[Column] Titilayo Adewumi: Building greater sustainability, climate resilience in West Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:55:18
Across Africa, urban centres are rapidly expanding as the continent’s large – and growing – youth population seek better fortunes in the city.
[Column] Charné Hundermark: South Sudan pursues a power sector revival
14-03-2023 | 14:55:12
South Sudan is re-directing its focus on power sector development in a bid to dramatically transform its electricity market, which faces a deficit of approximately 170 MW and has led to one of the lowest electricity access rates globally.
Djibouti bets on Doraleh facility, infrastructure projects to grow economy
14-03-2023 | 14:55:12
In spite of the particularly challenging international economic situation arising from the health crisis, the Republic of Djibouti has entered the year 2021 with determination.
[Column] Gaopalelwe Santswere: What the future hold for South Africa’s energy mix
14-03-2023 | 14:55:10
South Africa relies on coal-fired power stations to produce approximately 90% of its electricity. Moving forward, the country's aim should be to reduce this percentage.
[Startup Interview] Tony Botha, Managing Director, carbonTRACK Africa, South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:55:10
carbonTRACK Africa is a South Africa technology startup that seeks to create a world where energy is consumed sustainably, shared fairly and empowers all people.
[Column] Emma Colenbrander: Is an Amazon for Africa’s “energy poor” in the making?
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
A majority of consumers in Africa still live off the grid, in what are commonly called "last-mile" communities.
Rystad Energy analysis shows Africa’s renewable energy capacity is set for consecutive years of growth
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
Africa’s installed capacity of renewable energy, which stood at 12.6 gigawatt (GW) in 2019, is set for consecutive years of growth, a Rystad Energy analysis shows.
New economic analysis for Malawi calls for efficient public investment management to improve service delivery in water and energy
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
Malawi faces an infrastructure investment gap in the energy and water and sanitation sectors of approximately $332 million per year due to limited fiscal space combined with weak public investment management and inefficient State Owned Enterprises.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Promoting sustainability through energy efficiency and conservation
14-03-2023 | 14:55:08
Energy Efficiency might sound like ‘ Board Room speak’ to many, but what is it really?
New analysis shows onshore wind potential across Africa enough to power the entire continent many times over
14-03-2023 | 14:55:04
Developing Africa’s huge onshore wind energy potential can boost its transition to affordable and reliable clean energy. For the first time ever, wind and solar made up the majority of the world’s new power generation in 2019.
Finance for renewables in developing countries on the rise, IRENA highlights
14-03-2023 | 14:55:02
Global finance to developing countries in support of clean and renewable energy reached $21.3 billion in 2017, which almost doubles the level from 2010 when international financial flows were at $10 billion.
[Column] C. Derek Campbell: Stakeholders engagement and security will be key to ensure success of Mozambique’s LNG projects
14-03-2023 | 14:54:59
The scale and enormous economic potential of Mozambique’s LNG projects constitutes a seminal effort with national, regional and global implications and visibility.
[Column] Toufik Khitous: How Egypt bets on renewables to meet expected energy demand surge
14-03-2023 | 14:54:56
To meet its soaring demand for energy, Egypt is turning to renewable sources. Its targets, if accomplished, will see it become a pioneer in the African energy landscape. But are the plans realistic?
[Column] Siyabonga Mbanjwa: Delivering sustainable energy across Africa in a more accessible and reliable way
14-03-2023 | 14:54:54
The global Coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the operating environment for both the public and private sectors as a result of the unprecedented lockdowns and restrictions put in place by countries to curb infections.
[Column] NJ Ayuk: African lives matter, too; Energy Policy decisions should consider their needs
14-03-2023 | 14:54:53
As African oil and gas countries struggle with Covid-19’s devastating impact on demand, two international groups seem to be celebrating it.
[Column] Leoncio Amada Nze Nlang: African economic and social awakening: Lessons from Singapore
14-03-2023 | 14:54:53
With 1.2 billion people and the youngest population on the planet, the African continent has great potential and much room for improvement to become one of the most vibrant economic centers globally.
[Column] Dr. Kevin Kariuki: The journey to electrifying Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:54:53
Five years into the African Development Bank’s ambitious New Deal on Energy for Africa, the Bank’s investments are set to provide electricity access to around 13 million people.
Most commodity prices to drop in 2020 as COVID-19 depresses demand, disrupts supply, World Bank
14-03-2023 | 14:54:45
The global economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic has driven most commodity prices down and is expected to result in substantially lower prices over 2020, the World Bank said in its April Commodity Markets Outlook.
Should Africa consider the nuclear energy route?
14-03-2023 | 14:54:44
Despite its advancements over the years particularly in the oil, gas and power industries, it is no secret that Africa is still plagued with the very real issue of inefficient energy supply.
[Column] Verner Ayukegba: Africa’s energy transition must be African at heart and in practice
14-03-2023 | 14:54:43
Africa is at an energy cross-road. On one hand, the most talented, better educated, most entrepreneurial and competitive generation the continent has ever had is rising.
COVID-19 affirms urgency for trade facilitation reforms in Angola, UNCTAD
14-03-2023 | 14:54:42
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic’s blow to global oil prices has re-emphasized the need for Angola to wean its economy off volatile fuel exports.
The investment case for energy transition in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:54:41
Falling technology costs have made renewable energy a cost-effective way to generate power in countries all over the world, which would drive further development and improved economy.
Offshore Network publishes Nigeria Well Intervention Forecast
14-03-2023 | 14:54:36
See how to position yourself to take advantage of an uplift in activity as the Nigerian government puts well intervention at the forefront of production plans
[Column] Boris Ivanov: How global energy dynamics are shaping the outlook for African exploration
14-03-2023 | 14:54:28
Africa is a continent rich in energy resources, but poor in supply. For most Africans energy is either unaffordable, unreliable or inaccessible.
[Column] Koketso Lediga: Infrastructure and energy are key to a new economic journey in the Democratic Republic of Congo
14-03-2023 | 14:54:27
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), sub-Saharan Africa’s largest country, is known for being a tough place to do business but also one of unexploited economic potential.
[Interview] Bob Koigi, Africa Business Communities
14-03-2023 | 14:54:26
Bob Koigi, multiple award winning journalist and East Africa Region Chief Editor at Africa Business Communities, was recently selected as one of the 100 worldwide most influential people of African descent under 40
[Column] Olagoke Aluko: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) regulations lead the way in reshaping consumer behaviour and industry in Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:22
Kenya has paid a heavy price in lives lost for its slow uptake of LPG as a cooking fuel.
[Column] Sebastian Wagner: Senegal’s energized renaissance
14-03-2023 | 14:54:17
After decades of struggles against a deficient power generation system, Senegal is now at the verge of a paradigmatic shift that could put many of its troubles to rest.
[Column] Mickael Vogel: Why Benin is the capital of the West Africa gas and power
14-03-2023 | 14:54:17
With a population of less than 12 million and a GDP of $10.35bn in 2018, Benin is often overshadowed by its massive neighbour, Nigeria.
[Column] John Defterios: The global energy challenge and the answers that lie in renewable power
14-03-2023 | 14:54:09
It is big, fast growing, with a young population and a middle class that is nearly as big as the entire U.S. population.
Ten developments that will shape Africa’s energy sector in 2019
14-03-2023 | 14:53:44
After a year of rebound and recovery, Africa’s old and new hydrocarbons markets have an opportunity to further entrench the continent’s position as the world’s hottest oil and gas frontier in 2019.
[Kenya Business Week] US key investment target in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:43
US has reiterating its commitment to strong partnerships with key countries in Africa, specifically naming Kenya as a target for future US aid and investment.
[Column] Armando Da Silva: Why solar power is the obvious solution for South Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:42
As South Africa kicks off the New Year with a lower petrol price and hopes for a constructive 2019, there are some looming problems that hinder the great spirit of the country.
[Nigeria Business Week] Industries partner to reach common goals
14-03-2023 | 14:53:42
The sectors are revving up to keep up momentum as the 2019 opens new doors for Nigeria’s stride toward economic balance.
[Kenya Business Week] Manufacturing, automation and job creation nexus
14-03-2023 | 14:53:38
Even with mounting fears that rapid automation could reduce the number of jobs in the Kenya’s manufacturing sector, a new report posits that digital technologies can, in fact, boost job creation.
[Kenya Business Week] Flying into new opportunities
14-03-2023 | 14:53:34
African countries have been pushing for an open skies agreement to make intra Africa trade and movement cheaper and faster.
[Column] Bob Koigi: Renewable energy lights the way for Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:53:34
The growing appetite for energy in Africa despite unreliable hydro power has birthed renewable energy renaissance.
[Kenya Business Week] Breathing new life into SMEs
14-03-2023 | 14:53:28
Small and medium sized businesses in Kenya represents 75 per cent of the country's workforce, constitute 98 percent of all businesses in Kenya and contribute 3 percent to the national purse.
[Nigeria Business Week] Calling for free-trade, efficient energy
14-03-2023 | 14:53:24
The possibility of free trade within Africa is an ongoing one, to which several African countries have pledged their support and signed their agreements. Though Nigeria has shown caution in joining The Agreement, its one champion is Aliko Dangote, Nigerian industrialist and wealthiest African.
[Kenya Business Week] The economic cost of trade misinvoicing
14-03-2023 | 14:53:24
Even as Kenya continues to seal loopholes of money laundering and illicit flows, details are emerging that the country is experiencing sophisticated forms of tax evasion.
[Kenya Business Week] Smart cities, a panacea for urban population
14-03-2023 | 14:53:22
As urban population hits unprecedented highs putting pressure on key amenities like housing, transport water and sanitation experts are mulling new and innovative ways to create smarter inclusive and sustainable cities.
[Kenya Business Week] The UK, China trade factor
14-03-2023 | 14:53:20
Fresh from discussing bilateral ties with the United States, Kenya has over the recent past held trade negotiations and deals with UK and China as the super powers seeks to grow their influence in the country.
[South Africa Business Week] Why SA entrepreneurs are not thriving
14-03-2023 | 14:53:20
A Study carried out on more than 1000 entrepreneurs in South Africa revealed that entrepreneurship in South Africa is not thriving, despite the fact that South Africa is one of Africa's strongest economies.

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