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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13 Apr 2021

African Union launches blue economy strategy.

By Mr Mokrane Sabri 13 April 2021 – The African Union has designated the years 2015-2025 as ‘The Decade of African Seas and Oceans’, and in February 2020, it launched […]
12 Apr 2021

Power Metal Resources report significant nickel intersections in Botswana.

By L.M. Louw 12 April 2021- Getting good results from exploration drilling for a metal that could possibly become one of the most sought after in the not-too-distant future in […]
11 Apr 2021

Wits University study challenges perceptions about magma chambers

11 April 2021 – A new study published in Scientific Reports by postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Willem Kruger from the School of Geosciences at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, […]
10 Apr 2021

Water stress can put business models in jeopardy.

10 April 2021 – Water stress is a risk factor that businesses, in the past, did not always think of when doing scenario planning. However, South Africa’s recent droughts are […]

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    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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