ATIS 2020 brings together public and private sector representatives to discuss projects and finance initiatives and explore the untapped potential of Africa’s tourism sector.
Over the last two decades, Mozambique has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa. The country’s potential is certainly underpinned by its natural resources and investor interest has grown in the LNG sector in particular.
Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.
Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
The Coega Development Corporation has signed a SLA with Lejwe Le Putswa Development Agency (LDA), to assist in developing projects such as the Thabong Industrial Park.
The second translocation of elephants from the Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve (VLNR) in South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique has taken place.
Thabile Makgala, Executive: Mining at Impala Platinum, reflects on the role of women in this challenging sector.
The Free State Provincial Government’s endorsement and support of the 2nd Annual Smart Procurement World Conference and Enterprise & Supplier Development (ESD) Expo will see the building of sustainable local industries.
The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Brig. Rtd. Julius Maada Wonie Bio, is confirmed to attend the 2020 Investing in African Mining Indaba, taking place in Cape Town from 3 – 6 February 2020.
Small-scale independent generation could be a game-changer, but discussions about feed-in tariffs will have to be finalised before the huge energy-generating potential of these sectors can be fulfilled.