Water Management

14 Oct 2020

Senegal water plants get connected

By Inès Magoum (Afrik21)  14 October 2020 – A 30 km power line is under construction in the locality of Keur Momar Sarr in north-western Senegal. According to the director […]
19 Sep 2020

Action on climate change and land degradation

19 September 2020 – Action around land use to slow climate change and biodiversity loss received a vital boost from Commonwealth and United Nations partners.  A virtual gathering has galvanised […]
11 Sep 2020

Moving Africa towards a circular economy

11 September 2020 – South Africa’s – and Africa’s – efforts to move towards a circular economy could be boosted by improved collaboration and partnerships between public sector, private sector […]
24 Aug 2020

Tunisian quarry targets European glass market

24 August 2020 – A Tunisian sand quarry has partnered up with a Northern Ireland engineering company to turn a sand quarry that once focused on building materials into a […]
18 Aug 2020

DRC’s big drive to boost energy

The administration of DRC President Félix Antoine Tshisekedi, has made energy security and investment a top priority. The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) wants to get massive hydropower projects off […]
9 Aug 2020

Another milestone for Orion Minerals

ASX listed Orion Minerals’ subsidiary, Prieska Copper Zinc Mine has been granted a 20-year water use licence by the South African National Department of Water and Sanitation. The awarding of […]
7 Aug 2020

Orano: worth its salt

A sizeable proportion of the Namibian population on the west coast is dependent on water provided by a desalination plant owned by a mining company. During road trip to Namibia […]
30 Jul 2020

Infrastructure a priority for South Sudan

The government of the Republic of South Sudan has prioritised the development of infrastructure, and despite a number of significant challenges, is forging ahead with several construction projects. The government […]
30 Jul 2020

Bumbuna to boost Sierra Leone’s energy woes

Funding of USD6-million has been approved for the development of the 143MW Bumbuna Hydro II initiative in Sierra Leone. This is good news in a country where development of the […]
23 Jul 2020

Will Egypt become Africa’s powerhouse?

With the two biggest economies on the African continent, South Africa, and Nigeria, in sixes and sevens as the Coronavirus takes it toll, Egypt might become Africa’s new powerhouse       Although […]
23 Jul 2020

Pivotal investments for African recovery

Investments will be pivotal for an African recovery after Covid-19. Last week the Africa Investment Forum’s founding partners unveiled a unified COVID-19 response to support Africa’s private sector, which includes […]
16 Jul 2020

World Bank initiative fills water pans

A recent World Bank initiative has filled the water pans in an extremely dry region of Kenya. More than 1000 villagers is set to benefit. Recently constructed water pans in […]
27 Jun 2020

Why Africa?

Africa, like the rest of the world, will be hard hit by the after- effects of Covid-19. However, in the long-term, many countries in Africa will provide great opportunities for […]