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African oil & gas deals: M&A activity on the rise in Africa

The events of the past two years have accelerated mergers & acquisitions trends in Africa, and 2022 is already witnessing increased deals activity. The...

It’s time to join mining’s biggest players for hard-hitting discussions

Join the attendees, speakers, participating companies, and those making waves across the waves by registering your place today. for Investing in Mining Indaba 2022, taking place 9 - 12 May 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa.

The world’s most vulnerable nations are facing the biggest climate change challenges

African nations signed the Glasgow agreement at COP26, but it’s the emissions from industrialised nations that threaten the future, as Margaret Kadiri explains. Kadiri is a lecturer in Physical Geography at King’s College London. Dr Richard Munang made valuable contributions to this article, which first appeared in The Conversation.

Discover who has already confirmed their place at Mining Indaba

Mining Indaba is the powerful platform helping to connect your next business opportunity and create those all-important deals. Be sure you’re part of the African mining industry reuniting once again.

African Business now a quarterly journal

The positive reception accorded the first two issues of African Business was encouraging and we are optimistic that this publication and future issues will continue to meet the need for timely and relevant information in an exciting time for African business.

The African oil and gas sector needs an energy boost

Africa must approach energy consumption and investment intelligently to cope with the complexities of the market and climate change, says Kweku Frempong, Aggreko’s Area General Manager for Western and Central Africa.

Leading the march to re-imagine mineral exploration

The CEO of the Council for Geoscience, Mosa Mabuza, explains why the time is exactly right to align the amount of exploration South Africa does with the incredible potential of the country’s mineral wealth.

Enjoy the quality range of Orange River Cellars

The wine grapes of Orange River Cellars originate from ±580 expert grape farmers all along the Orange River, also known as the Great Gariep River.

Special Economic Zone geared to provide solid base of operations for western SADC

The SEZ designation application is in its final stages where we envisage that the final and complete designation shall be granted by the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (dtic) in September 2022.

Wits Business School: ‘Pracademia’ and learning for real-world impact

Executive Education at Wits Business School caters for working people at various levels of an organisation; it focuses on the key skills and competencies needed to manage oneself, others, and a successful business.

Investment Projects

Key priority sectors identified for growth and investment in the Eastern Cape

One of the competitive advantages of investing in the Eastern Cape lies in the two Special Economic Zones in East London and at Coega, which hosts a deepwater port.

Industrial Development Zone provides excellent opportunities for manufacturers

The following sectors are being targeted for local procurement by the Eastern Cape Government and offers opportunities to manufacturers in the East London Industrial Development Zone.

SEZ development to be a platform for green energy manufacturing and mineral beneficiation

An area of 1220 ha has been identified for the development of this state-of-the-art center of excellence for green energy manufacturing and mineral beneficiation.

Business Opportunities

Fast-tracking projects and lowering the cost of doing business

The Investor One Stop Shop initiative is geared towards providing investors with services to fast-track projects and reduce government red tape when establishing a business.

Lute Diamonds – exclusively styled diamonds through fine workmanship

Lute Diamonds (Pty) Ltd was established in 2006 and have successfully traded in Australia, China and locally in South Africa. The company is based in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.

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