Morocco to build world’s largest seawater desalination plant

Morocco to build world’s largest seawater desalination plant 0

🕔14:49, 8.Jan 2018

Morocco will soon be home to the world’s largest renewable energy-run desalination plant for drinking water and irrigation, following the signing of phase one of the €309 million ($352.9 million) project. The project will be developed by Abengoa, an international

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Billions approved by African Development Bank for renewable energy projects in Africa

Billions approved by African Development Bank for renewable energy projects in Africa 0

🕔10:59, 30.Dec 2017

African Development Bank has approved over R4.4 billion to support Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire’s renewable energy projects. These projects are expected to boost power supply and contribute towards the economic growth of their countries. In a statement by AfDB, more than

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Algeria’s Shale Gas Plans

Algeria’s Shale Gas Plans 0

🕔10:51, 30.Dec 2017

Algeria, a North African country, needs to exploit its shale gas resources to balance a rise in local energy consumption that is affecting vital exports, but time and far-reaching reforms at the state energy firm will be required to develop

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Airtel Purchases Tigo Rwanda As It Strengthens Africa Venture

Airtel Purchases Tigo Rwanda As It Strengthens Africa Venture 0

🕔10:43, 30.Dec 2017

In a move seen as an exit strategy out of its African business and a consolidation for Airtel, Regional telco Tigo has sold its Rwandan business to Airtel, which is its third of such sale this year. Bharti has announced

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South African start-up interested in 25% stake in Air Zimbabwe

South African start-up interested in 25% stake in Air Zimbabwe 0

🕔10:37, 30.Dec 2017

A proposal has been submitted to the Zimbabwean government by Fly Modern Ark in which the South African start-up would provide Air Zimbabwe with Xian Aircraft Company turboprop equipment in return for a 25% stake in the state-owned airline. Air

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Happy New year from FIN Magazine

Happy New year from FIN Magazine 0

🕔10:01, 30.Dec 2017

FIN Magazine is wishing you all the joys of the season and happiness throughout the coming year. Our awesome team would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued business, readership and support during the past year.

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Ethiopian Stops Negotiations to Manage Arik Air

Ethiopian Stops Negotiations to Manage Arik Air 0

🕔18:55, 28.Dec 2017

Ethiopian’s chief executive has disclosed that Ethiopian airlines has ended negotiations with the Nigerian government to manage the biggest private Nigerian airline, Arik Air. Through the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), the government of Nigeria has taken control of

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China powers Africa to limit energy deficit

China powers Africa to limit energy deficit 0

🕔18:49, 28.Dec 2017

The narrowing of Africa’s power deficit has been contributed to by China. The deficit is a perennial problem that still leaves two thirds of the population in sub-Saharan Africa without access to reliable electricity supply. Chinese firms have successfully built

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Globacom positions as Nigeria’s largest telecoms operator

Globacom positions as Nigeria’s largest telecoms operator 0

🕔14:24, 28.Dec 2017

After the bidding process that would eventually provide a fresh investor for 9Mobile, formerly Etisalat, Nigeria’s $70 billion telecommunications industry is ready to behold a major acquisition on or before December 31. The sale of 9mobile was after regulators saved

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Exploration for oil and gas offshore Mauritania, Exxon nears deal

Exploration for oil and gas offshore Mauritania, Exxon nears deal 0

🕔14:16, 28.Dec 2017

Mauritania’s oil, energy and mines director, Moustapha Bechir, has stated that Exxon Mobil is near to signing a deal to explore for oil and gas offshore Mauritania, its first foray into the West African country. Declining to comment on the

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