RESEARCH REPORTS

Our research reports are unique and combine several methodologies which provides our clients with an in-depth knowledge of the local area they intend doing business in. We focus on relevant, “on the ground” operational challenges, opportunities, risks and future scenarios.

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18 Oct 2020

Mining waste to fight climate change

18 October 2020 – Dealing with the residual waste after companies have abandoned mining sites is a major challenge. It is an extremely costly exercise. Despite the potential to create […]
17 Oct 2020

Tension in Mali as UN records more deadly attacks

17 October 2020/UN News – Authorities in Mali are being urged to act swiftly to apprehend those responsible for two separate attacks on 15 October 2020 against peacekeepers serving MINUSMA, […]
16 Oct 2020

A power plant boost for the Niger Delta

16 October 2020 – The Niger Delta region in southern Nigeria is an area with a chequered history of exploitation. Now it is set to benefit from a renewable energy […]
15 Oct 2020

CAR elections an opportunity for peace says Guterres

15 October 2020 – The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, has called for parties in the Central African Republic (CAR) to prioritise national dialogue and consensus-building ahead of elections scheduled to […]

WhyAfrica Quarterly Magazine

Our quarterly magazine takes an in-depth look at successful operations in Africa, the opportunities, and the challenges investors are faced with.

RESEARCH REPORTS

Our research reports are unique and combine several methodologies which provides our clients with an in-depth knowledge of the local area they intend doing business in. We focus on relevant, “on the ground” operational challenges, opportunities, risks and future scenarios.

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