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Electricity in Africa

Africa’s immense energy potential

Africa’s immense energy potential

Africa’s immense energy potential With parts of Africa grappling with access to electricity, the energy sector provides great opportunity. European countries have been vocal about plans to boost clean, smart, and secure investments in Africa’s energy sector, with the European Union’s Global Gateway Initiative aiming to mobilise more than €150 billion across the continent by […]

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Energy agreement underscores urgency to connect Africa’s power pools

Energy agreement underscores urgency to connect Africa’s power pools The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) signed an agreement last week aimed at supporting African countries in their efforts to achieve the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7 to ensure access to affordable,

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A visionary leader in the African supply chain

A visionary leader in the African supply chain For our first article in a series about women in the supply chain, WhyAfrica interviewed Amina Imam, General Manager, Supply Chain Management at Abuja Electricity Distribution Company  in Nigeria and asked her about the opportunities, challenges, and outlook of supply chain management in Africa. By Leon Louw,

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Green solutions for South Africa’s power crisis

Green solutions for South Africa’s power crisis South Africa’s ongoing power crisis is gradually being addressed by innovative renewable projects, writes Leon Louw WhyAfrica founder and editor.         The power crisis in South Africa has once again made headlines in a week that has seen the country’s small businesses reel amid outages and level four

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