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Uganda roads among most dangerous in Africa

Uganda roads among most dangerous in Africa-Survey

In brief Report shows that road users are not satisfied with most roads that are being constructed as they do not provide enough space for pedestrians. The report points out the most road networks...
Is solar energy the ultimate solution for Africa’s power woes?

Is solar energy the ultimate solution for Africa’s power woes?

Solar energy could be what Africa needs to tackle its enormous power problem, delegates attending the PowerGen Africa conference have been told. Nyasha Bamhare CEO of Zimbabwe-based renewable energy firm Samansco has said that this...
South Africa trains sight on clean energy

South Africa trains sight on clean energy

South Africa will soon reduce dependency on coal for its power generation for clean energy the country’s Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown has said. Addressing the Power-Gen & DistribuTech Africa Conference in Johannesburg, Brown...
Britam deepens foray into property sector with shopping mall

Britam deepens foray into property sector with shopping mall

In brief The company says it would pursue property development and management as its core business after creating a separate business unit known as Britam Properties (Kenya) Limited Britam has already acquired land worth...
Ethiopia lures international manufactures with cheap labour

Ethiopia lures international manufactures with cheap labour

In brief Companies targeting Ethiopia are mostly apparel makers and other light industry players Recent development in the rail sector in the country has helped boost the manufacturing sector With a population hovering around...
South Africa suspends contentious mining charter

South Africa suspends contentious mining charter

In brief Charter required mining companies to increase its black ownership to 30 percent South African Chamber of Mines says new charter was published without the consultation of all stakeholders, including labour and the...
Work on Tanzania's Tazara flyover in good shape

Work on Tanzania’s Tazara flyover in good shape

In brief The flyover that is located in Tazara is almost half complete Completion is slated for October 2018 Construction is being spearheaded by construction firm  Sumitomo Mitsui in collaboration with JICA and...
Africa’s export markets set to boom with port expansions

Africa’s export markets set to boom with port expansions

With Africa’s overall port utilisation capacity now exceeding 70%, ports authorities and terminal operators are actively calling for partners in development to equip Africa’s ports and harbours for post-neo-panamax shipping requirements. As international trade volumes...
air seychelles shines at world travel awards

Air Seychelles shines at World Travel Awards

The Seychelles national airline was among the top winners at this year’s World Travel Awards bagging four major accolades. The travel awards on Saturday crowned Air Seychelles as the Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline for the...
Deloitte Africa urges businesses to embrace innovation

Deloitte Africa urges businesses to embrace innovation

Businesses should embrace and integrate disruptive technologies or risk being left behind more agile organizations, Audit firm Deloitte Africa has cautioned. Speaking in advance of the inaugural SingularityU South Africa Summit in Johannesburg on 23-24...
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