Global Africa Network is proud to launch this inaugural edition of African Business 2020 at a time of energetic planning for a prosperous future for the continent.
Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
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.
The Vaal Gamagara and Namakwa bulk water supply projects hold the key to boosting the mining sector and laying the foundation for expansion in outlying districts.
Africa Energy Indaba has a new venue! Join us 3 - 4 March 2020 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa.
Africa Energy Indaba 2020 to host synergistic discussions, unleashing insights and catalysing business opportunities that will pave the way for a more secure energy landscape across Africa.
Improved energy trade and energy integration initiatives will boost economic development in Africa by reducing transaction costs and enabling market and economic collaboration.
The Komati Basin Water Authority makes the dam available for events, sports tournaments and recreational use.
The Gert Sibande District Municipality’s Water Quality Testing Laboratory is the only SANAS-accredited government-owned facility in Mpumalanga Province.
Mpumalanga has 40% of South Africa’s forestry resources. This presents an opportunity to exploit the sector’s byproducts in the biomass-to-energy field in an environmentally sound way.