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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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16 Aug 2022

Standard Bank partners with Seriti in SA renewable deal

Standard Bank partners with Seriti in SA renewable deal Standard Bank Group has partnered with Seriti Resources Holdings (Seriti) to successfully reach financial close on its acquisition of wind-powered renewable […]
16 Aug 2022

Menar’s mining journalism training returns for the fourth edition

Menar’s mining journalism training returns for the fourth edition Following a two-year break as a result of COVID lock-downs, Menar Academy’s Mining Journalism Training (MJT) programme is returning from 19 […]
15 Aug 2022

Molo’s processing plant makes landfall in Madagascar

Molo’s processing plant makes landfall in Madagascar TSX listed NextSource has made significant progress on phase 1 of their Molo graphite mine development in Madagascar. The processing plant arrived at […]
15 Aug 2022

Jubilee Metals in SA and Zambia is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week

Jubilee Metals in SA and Zambia is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week Jubilee Metals’ investment and expansion programmes in South Africa and Zambia over the last year, have laid the […]
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WhyAfrica informs and advises global companies, investors, and entrepreneurs about doing business in Africa through sharing our knowledge and expertise, and through consulting with our extensive, worldwide business network.

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