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Africa Energy Indaba is committed to fostering an inclusive work environment, promoting equal opportunities, and encouraging women to pursue careers in Africa’s energy sector. Cape Town, South Africa – 13 November 2023 – The African...

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Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.Africa Power Project Reports 2024. Integrating and connecting companies inside and across the African Continental Free Trade Area markets to create new opportunities, growth and prosperity. *Please put in your Title above then Click and complete form to receive more information about the...

POWER AND ENERGY AFRICA 2024 There is an urgency surrounding Africa’s Power sector. Per capita power consumption is only six percent of the global average. Gas and coal, followed by hydropower, are the three primary sources of electricity,...

Cyril Okoroigwe CEO, RegTech, Africa The RegTech Africa & Agpaytech report covers the current state of digital innovations and regulatory activities during the first half of 2023. Nigeria’s Fintech sector is on course to rise 60 per...

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The G20 Summit in India avoided being irrelevant by voting for the AU (African Union) to become a member of the organization. But the question must be asked? What benefits does one get from being a member of the G20, and why has it taken the...

Louis-Strydom-Director-Projects-and-Market-Development-Wartsila-Energy-LR The global discourse’s broad-brush strokes must make room for the local reality’s fine detail according to Louis Strydom, Director of Project and Market Development,...

XV BRICS Summit South Africa France is said to have applied to join BRICS and was rejected by an organization which is rising to dominate the world’s economy, while the USA and G7 economies have stalled and are now in terminal decline....

BRICS Bank poised to increase trade in national currencies to develop members’ economies   According to Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, BRICS stands for solidarity and for progress. BRICS stands for inclusivity and a more...