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The role of private sector participation in Sub-Saharan Africa’s energy sector Africa Energy Indaba to reveal how private sector participation in electricity distribution remains essential to accommodate the expanding needs of Africa.
There is a strong correlation between electricity consumption and economic growth. However, electricity inaccessibility and unremitting power shortages hamper initiatives for
21 Jan 2019
Press Release Local Kwagga small plant from Hire It a big hit in construction industry
The increasing demand for fibreoptic cable infrastructure has seen a Durban installer acquire eight Kwagga rammers from Hire It (Natal) (Pty) Ltd. This is testament to the success
14 Jan 2019
Accelerating economic growth and development McCollen Ntsikelelo Jack, said his department will continue to support small business development
The Northern Cape MEC for Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, McCollen Ntsikelelo Jack, said his department will continue to support small business development in the
05 Sep 2018
Smart infrastructure Delivering smart infrastructure—the smart way
The department believes that its recent successes in delivering infrastructure projects were mostly due to strategic interventions in response to unanticipated project challenges
04 Sep 2018
Game changers The Green Agenda as one of the department’s ‘game changers’
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development’s (DID) Green Agenda is about exploring innovative technological ways that are efficient in resources, such as
04 Sep 2018
Deliberate destruction of public transport infrastructure The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry
CAPE TOWN is facing a deliberate attempt to destroy its public transport infrastructure and this could have a devastating effect on the local economy, says the Cape Chamber of
24 Aug 2018
Bringing global expertise to the SA payments industry Two years of new local leadership, PayU South Africa is a significant part of the Naspers’ fintech and e-payments division’s success
Karen Nadasen, PayU South Africa’s CEO, is regularly described as one of South Africa’s most inspiring women in tech, nominated for IT Personality of the Year 2017,
03 Aug 2018
Rethinking Cities Rethink Cities In Arid Environments
Cape Town’s prolonged water shortage has thrown into sharp relief the need for the city and its residents to be proactive in the long-term management of its water demand and
28 Jun 2018
FLYING HIGH: CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SETS GOLD STANDARD One of the crowns of Cape Town’s tourism and business infrastructure is undoubtedly the dynamic Cape Town International Airport. It serves millions of tourists yearly, en route to being awarded the title of the best airport in Africa in 2017.
And it is not by luck that any airport can win such a prestigious prize. Many of Africa’s leading centres are building lavish new airports to keep up with the swelling
02 Feb 2018 - S. M.
AFRICA OIL AND GAS REVIEW Africa’s oil and gas industry needs to ‘learn to leapfrog’ and harness innovation and technology to stay ahead of the competition
PwC recently published its annual Africa Oil and Gas Review entitled ‘Learning to Leapfrog’. It factors in the views of oil and gas industry participants operating in
08 Jan 2018 - C. B. / P. A. A. O. &. G. L.




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