12 Aug 2022

G7 boost for African infrastructure

G7 boost for African infrastructure On June 28th, during the 48th G7 Summit in Germany, the G7 nations announced a USD600-billion initiative in the form of grants, financing and private […]
5 Aug 2022

Dealing with Kampala’s solid waste

Dealing with Kampala’s solid waste The Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area (GKMA) has appointed a professional team to assist in implementing a solid waste management plan for Kampala, Uganda’s capital city. […]
4 Aug 2022

WhyAfrica Road Trip 2022: Southern Africa is alive and kicking!

WhyAfrica Road Trip 2022: Southern Africa is alive and kicking! After spending the last 42 days travelling almost 9000km overland between five Southern African countries, and visiting 32 project sites […]
25 Jul 2022

The importance of financing a sustainable future

The importance of financing a sustainable future  While climate change may have taken a back seat in a news cycle dominated by Covid-19, war and the cost-of-living crisis, the risks […]
22 Jul 2022

What young Zimbabwean entrepreneurs need to succeed

What young Zimbabwean entrepreneurs need to succeed Operating within a hostile and volatile economy, young Zimbabwean entrepreneurs are determined to build their own pathways to success, but to what end? […]
28 Jun 2022

Third revolution about to transform tranquil Lüderitz

Third revolution about to transform tranquil Lüderitz If you follow developments in Africa and you haven’t flagged Lüderitz in Namibia yet, you might be missing a trick. Plans for several […]
25 Jun 2022

Desert Dragon’s agricultural potential still on ice

Desert Dragon’s agricultural potential still on ice WhyAfrica took an off-road detour yesterday to visit the Neckartal Dam, in the IIKaras Region close to the town of Keetmanshoop in Namibia. Neckartal, […]
17 Jun 2022

WhyAfrica’s Road Trip aims to benefit business in Africa

WhyAfrica’s Road Trip aims to benefit business in Africa Two years in the making, WhyAfrica’s Southern Africa Overland Road Trip 2022 will leave Johannesburg on Monday 20 June to embark […]
7 Jun 2022

WhyAfrica takes to the road

WhyAfrica takes to the road Covid-19 and subsequent restrictions to control the pandemic’s spread, have been devastating for the African continent. An unintended consequence of the calamity is that reliable, […]
26 May 2022

Strategy and will key to uplift Africa’s communities

Strategy and will key to uplift Africa’s communities With a fresh burst of growth in Africa’s business sector, there has never been a better time to produce innovative solutions to […]
19 May 2022

Ghana president calls for more resources to develop Africa

Ghana president calls for more resources to develop Africa Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo has backed calls for more resources for the African Development Bank Group to accelerate its transformative role […]
6 May 2022

Unlocking Nigeria’s supply chain gridlocks

Unlocking Nigeria’s supply chain gridlocks Nigeria is a complex country with unique challenges. In the Nigerian governments’ efforts to diversify its economy away from an unhealthy reliance on oil production, […]
5 May 2022

Africa’s city dwellers enjoy higher quality of life

Africa’s city dwellers enjoy higher quality of life Despite facing several challenges, Africa’s cities have provided easier access to services, jobs and infrastructure for millions of people in the last […]
27 Apr 2022

WhyAfrica’s magazine printed and packed for African road trip

WhyAfrica’s magazine printed and packed for African road trip The April issue of WhyAfrica’s magazine is out and now available in print as well! Readers will be able to hold […]
26 Apr 2022

African governments continue investing in infrastructure

African governments continue investing in infrastructure African governments continued spending on infrastructure, despite Covid-19 and rising debt levels. At the same time, West Africa has, for the first time 2016, […]
11 Apr 2022

Africa needs to conquer Mount Probable

Africa needs to conquer Mount Probable Geopolitical turmoil in a bi-polar world has placed African leaders in a peculiar position. Many African countries were beneficiaries of Russian support in the […]
27 Mar 2022

SA construction sector remains in recovery mode

SA construction sector remains in recovery mode The South African construction sector is forecast to grow by 6.2% this year but will remain in a recovery phase after experiencing a […]
25 Mar 2022

Kenya’s rain drain

Kenya’s rain drain Heavy downpours are expected in Kenya over Easter which will provide relief from persistent drought. But often, the heavy rainfall leaves chaos in its wake.      By […]