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How to Make Energy and Climate Work for Africa

cEnergyBy Caroline Kende-Robb, Executive Director, Africa Progress Panel

GENEVA, Switzerland, June 30, 2015 (APP) -- Africa has abundant supplies of every type of energy: oil, gas, coal, hydro, geothermal, solar and wind. So why do two-thirds of Sub-Saharan Africans lack access to electricity - 621 million people, and rising? Excluding South Africa, which generates half the region's electricity, Sub-Saharan Africa uses less electricity than Spain.

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 14:17
 

Russia: Attempting a Bridge to Africa

LavrovZumaBy Kester Kenn Klomegah*

MOSCOW, November 11, 2015 (Buziness Africa) -- While Russia's interest in the sub-Saharan Africa is nothing new, Russian authorities have realized that it’s time to move back primarily to reclaim its economic footprints and to find old Soviet-era allies, but that step comes with new challenges especially from other foreign players and the changing internal political and economic conditions in Africa.

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 14:14
 

Tanzania: Norway - Reliable Development Partner

BernardKMembeBy Ashery Mkama

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, Sept 23, 2015 (Tanzania Daily News) -- THE official visit to Tanzania last week of more than 50 Norwegian business leaders led by Minister of Trade and Industry, Ms Monica Maeland, has come at a time when bilateral business ties are witnessing strong momentum.

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 14:33
 

Russia: Looking For A Handshake With Africa

iAforum1By Kester Kenn Klomegah*

MOSCOW, July 15, 2016 (Buziness Africa) -- As already well-known since Soviet days, Russia has pursued a pragmatic policy aimed at enhancing multidimensional ties with the countries of the continent on the bilateral and multilateral basis. Experts say while building mutually beneficial cooperation remains one of the main priorities of Russia, its economic cooperation with Africa has hit stumbling blocks, for example, trade turnover with the countries of sub-Saharan Africa for the period from January to December 2015 was estimated at US$ 3.3 billion.

Friday, 15 July 2016 16:56
 

Business Education: A Key For Transforming African Economy

By Eleanor Whitehead

DrEnase-OkonedoADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, July 15, 2012 (This Is Africa) - Enase Okonedo, Dean of Lagos Business School and Chairperson of the Association of African Business Schools, is sitting on the terrace in Addis Ababa's sumptuous Sheraton hotel. She is attending the World Economic Forum on Africa - the first to be held in the continent's political headquarters, Ethiopia - and in keeping with the big themes of the week, her thoughts are on African growth, and turn to the role business schools can play.

Sunday, 15 July 2012 11:49
 


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