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18 April 2021

Botswana is WhyAfrica’s Pick of the Week

By Leon Louw founder of WhyAfrica   18 April 2021 – New mining projects, unsurpassed tourism and agricultural potential, and a robust and diversified economy makes Botswana WhyAfrica’s Pick of the Week.     Anybody who has sat in a Mokoro (local wooden canoe) gliding through the tranquil waters of the Okavango Delta watching a herd of […]

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Africa is not only about profits in the back pocket.

By Leon Louw, founder of WhyAfrica 18 April 2021 – Investing in Africa should not only be about big profits in the back pocket. Any African country is a high-risk investment destination, and proper risk assessments should be carried out before you wet your feet. However, high-risk investments can be extremely rewarding if you are

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WhyAfrica’s Hawks eye is on renewable energy in West Africa.

18 April 2021 – Renewable energy is gaining traction in a host of West African countries with Ghana, Mali, Burkina Faso and Cameroon (amongst others), all starting to invest in solar, wind and hybrid systems. WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on renewable energy in West Africa as Burkina Faso announced the development of a new, large-scale

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