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Why wind and solar would offer the DRC and South Africa...

Seven years ago the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) proposed the Inga 3 – a 4.8GW hydropower project on the Congo River – with...

How Egypt banks on renewables to meet expected surge of energy...

To meet its soaring demand for energy, Egypt is turning to renewable sources. Its targets, if accomplished, will see it become a pioneer in...

Solar power is making huge inroads across Africa, but coal is...

May was a big month for solar power announcements in Africa. Algeria endorsed a huge 4GW, five-year solar plan that will install 10 times...

With construction paused, let’s rethink roads and railway projects to protect...

Charis Enns, University of Manchester; Alex Awiti, The Aga Khan University , and Brock Bersaglio, University of Birmingham   Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta fumed at construction...

Transitioning to a Greener Economy

By Ntombifuthi Ntuli* The added wind energy allocation in the 2019 IRP will reduce the cost of energy, improve the country’s competitiveness and help to...

Power shortages will remain a big challenge in a post-COVID-19 South...

Hartmut Winkler, University of Johannesburg The decline in economic activity precipitated by the spread of COVID-19 and ensuing lockdown in South Africa is also affecting...

The impact of Covid-19 on South African businesses: A look at...

As Coronavirus takes hold of a majority of the world, the rising number of cases in Africa has seen the government and army officials...

South Africa plans to open up electricity generation

South Africa plans to  open up electricity generation to other players a move that has been welcome by key industry leaders but one that...

Panic over water in South Africa’s economic hub is misplaced

Mike Muller, University of the Witwatersrand It has been a hot, dry October in much of the interior of South Africa. And the rains have...

Lessons about housing from Ghana’s Volta River project 50 years on

Iain Jackson, University of Liverpool The Volta River project in Ghana was a symbolic embodiment of progress, modernisation, and development. It offered the opportunity for...
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