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ENGIE and Fenix complete acquisition to bring affordable power to the...

GLOBAL utility company ENGIE and off-grid energy leader Fenix International have closed their acquisition agreement. Fenix is the first Solar Home System ‘SHS’ company...

Cross-border LNG project in Djibouti sees signs of life

A PIPELINE agreement signed between Ethiopia and Chinese partners in February marks a key step forward in Djibouti’s efforts to develop a delayed liquefied...

Clouds are starting to lift on the oil & gas sector

THE majority of oil and gas industry CEOs believe that global economic growth will improve in the next 12 months, for the first time...

Reversing Africa’s cocoa paradox. Why Easter celebration signals a call to...

AROUND the world, chocolate in all shapes and sizes symbolise Easter and bring joy to millions of kids and adults alike. And the demand...

Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire mull buffer-stocking to firm cocoa price

LEADERS in the cocoa industry from Ghana and its neighbour Cote d'Ivoire are considering buffer-stocking as one key strategy in having a say in...

Rwanda insists on second-hand clothing ban, says US can withdraw AGOA...

THE Rwandan government has said the United States has the right to withdraw benefits of Africa Growth and Opportunity Act ( AGOA), responding to...

New Botswana president vows to target youth jobs

BOTSWANA’S new president, Mokgweetsi Masisi, has vowed to tackle youth unemployment in one of Africa’s most stable countries. The inauguration ceremony in parliament came after...

Changing presidents without elections: Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana

THE convention across most of Africa is that a new president is usually sworn in after elections. Some countries allow vice presidents to complete...

World watches to see if Zimbabwe’s government can hold a free...

AS Zimbabwe prepares to hold its first election since Robert Mugabe was toppled after almost four decades in power, a key question is whether...

Ethiopia sells $56m bond to diaspora to finance mega dam

ETHIOPIA has sold $56 million worth of bond to its diaspora population to finance a 6,450 megawatts dam being built on the Blue Nile...