Zimbabwe

24 Mar 2022

Kibo Energy acquires Victoria Falls solar park

Kibo Energy acquires Victoria Falls solar park In line with its strategic re-positioning as a renewable and clean energy company, Kibo Energy has signed a Share Purchase Agreement to acquire […]
28 Feb 2022

Anomalies strengthen the case for hydrocarbons in Zimbabwe

Anomalies strengthen the case for hydrocarbons in Zimbabwe Multiple anomalies have been identified in seismic data collected at Australian company Invictus Energy’s Muzarabani gas prospect in Zimbabwe. These anomalies often […]
17 Dec 2021

Gender bias persists in Africa

Gender bias persists in Africa  Although more African women are active in business today compared to a decade ago, there is still a high degree of gender bias when it […]
22 Aug 2021

Supporting smallholder farmers amidst the pandemic

22 August 2021 – Nozizwe Mhlongo farms on 10 hectares of land in Sehlakoane, a rural area in Limpopo. Some of this land she uses for maize production which recently […]
4 Aug 2021

Rwandan troops sweep rapidly through Cabo Delgado

By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica 04 August 2021 – The 1000 Rwandan troops deployed in Mozambique early in July, have swept rapidly through the Cabo Delgado province […]
23 Jul 2021

Zimbabwe on a drive to entice investors and boost energy security

23 July 2021 – Zimbabwe is on a drive to entice investors and boost the country’s energy security. This is according to African Energy Chamber Executive Chairman NJ Ayuk, who […]
1 Jul 2021

Prospect Resources delivers first petalite in Zimbabwe

01 July 2021 – ASX listed Prospect Resources delivered the first commercially saleable petalite in Zimbabwe when the officially opened the Arcadia  pilot plant close to the capital Harare yesterday. […]
11 Jun 2021

Caledonia’s Blanket in Zimbabwe is WhyAfrica’s Pick of the Week

By Leon Louw founder and editor of  WhyAfrica 11 June 2021 –  Despite a number of serious challenges, gold production at Caledonia Mining’s Blanket mine in Zimbabwe continued to improve […]
29 May 2021

Macron repents in Rwanda

By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica 29 May 2021 – In a historic week for Africa, French President Emmanuel Macron has asked Rwanda to forgive France for its […]
18 Apr 2021

Where to invest in Africa?

By Leon Louw founder of WhyAfrica 18 April 2021 – Africa has a young population, there is a severe lack of infrastructure, and the continent hosts some of the best […]
3 Apr 2021

WhyAfrica’s pick of the week is Africa’s tin deposits.

By Leon Louw for WhyAfrica 03 April 2021 – With demand for tin concentrate on the increase and a serious shortage of supply looming, eyes are turning towards Africa. Tin […]
29 Mar 2021

Gas could be a gamechanger for Zimbabwe.

29 March 2021 – In what could possibly be a gamechanger for Zimbabwe, the country’s government has given the green light for a gas project in the north-east of the […]
7 Mar 2021

WhyAfrica hits the road.

07 March 2021 – 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, grassroots […]
21 Nov 2020

Zimbabwe pins hope on oil and gas

21 November 2020 – Australian based Invictus Energy has commenced field operations at the Muzarabani oil and gas project (part of the Cabora Bassa project) in Zimbabwe.  Despite significant economic […]