Wednesday 30 November, 2022
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Corporate Africa News
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The mine shaft used to access underground excavation tunnels sits illuminated at a gold mine in Democratic Republic of Congo A leading African mining company based in the DRC will be enjoying high-speed satellite-based connectivity services...

Inspired by the African response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2023 Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference will focus on building Africa’s national health care...

Agenda boasts multiple ministers and Africa’s hospitality leaders The Africa Hospitality Investment Forum (AHIF) has revealed an impressive speaker line-up for its 2022 conference. The programme features several government ministers, the...

Speaking last week at the Smart Energy Forum in Lagos and Abuja in the presence of Nigeria’s top energy decision-makers, senior energy experts from Wärtsilä presented the latest results of an in-depth study which models the most cost-effective...

                                                                                                                         Independence Monument Lome, Togo Oxford Business Group interviews...

Heads of State and Government of the Caribbean CommuniCorporate Africa | Corporate Africa Newsty (CARICOM) and Africa have committed to strengthen collaboration and unity and to foster increased trade, investment and people-to-people...

  Energy Capital & Power (www.EnergyCapitalPower.com) International Conference Director, João Gaspar Marques, spoke to H.E Diamantino Pedro Azevedo, Minister of Mineral Resources, Petroleum and Gas of Angola, about the impact of COVID-19...

BY GYUDE MOORE AND VIJAYA RAMACHANDRAN, After four years of inaction, the Biden administration faces a more daunting climate crisis than ever. Special Envoy John Kerry said the administration wants “to develop a U.S. climate finance plan, as...

Working for Zero Hunger

  Africa is not on track to achieve zero hunger by 2030, according to Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Regional Representative for Africa, Abebe Haile-Gabriel. This was expressed at a meeting reviewing progress made by the continent...

“We need to act now and step up financing if we want to free the world from hunger and poverty by 2030, and offer a sustainable future to the two billion rural people who grow much of our world’s food. Public Development Banks can be leaders...