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Ethiopia’s energy diversification drive

Ethiopia’s energy diversification drive

Ethiopia’s energy diversification drive Ethiopia has embarked on a strategic diversification of its energy mix. In April 2024, the Ethiopian government and the World Bank signed loan agreements worth USD1.72-billion to enhance the country’s electricity and water supply. Ethiopia is Africa’s largest hydropower market. Under the agreement, USD523-million will be allocated to expand the country’s […]

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WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week is Lotus’s uranium projects in Botswana and Malawi

WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week is Lotus’s uranium projects in Botswana and Malawi

WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week is Lotus’s uranium projects in Botswana and Malawi ASX listed Lotus Resources is advancing the Letlhakane uranium project in Botswana and restarting Kayelekera in Malawi. By Leon Louw owner of WhyAfrica and editor of the WhyAfrica magazine.     With uranium in vogue again as the world’s appetite for nuclear energy

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Advanced nuclear technologies unveiled at Africa Energy Indaba

Advanced nuclear technologies unveiled at Africa Energy Indaba  The upcoming Africa Energy Indaba, that will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from 4 to 7 March 2024 will shine the spotlight on cutting-edge Advanced Nuclear Technologies and their potential to shape the continent’s energy landscape. WhyAfrica is a media partner at this event.  The

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Suppliers and service providers urged to expand African footprint

Suppliers and service providers urged to expand African footprint If you are a supplier or service provider in the mining, energy, agriculture and infrastructure sectors, now is the time to expand your footprint into Africa. By Leon Louw owner and editor of WhyAfrica Many African countries are in the process of shunning their chequered past

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Lotus’ Kayelekera in Malawi is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week

Lotus’ Kayelekera in Malawi is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week With nuclear energy being recognised as a viable solution to the world’s current energy crisis, uranium projects like ASX listed Lotus Resources’ Kayelekera in the north of Malawi are drawing increasing attention again.      Although Kayelekera is still on care and maintenance, Lotus has done

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