Africa

Morne du Plessis has been appointed as CEO
Africa, Energy

Minergy – growing, training and ensuring Botswana has viable coal industry

Back in April 2017 Minergy Limited listed on the main board of the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) with the objective of utilising its 100 per cent owned 390-million tonne Masama Coal Project in the Mmambula Coalfield to become a […]

Madagascar The Musical
Abingdon, Africa, Film, Going Out, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, Television, Theatre, Toys

Madagascar the Musical at the New Theatre Oxford

This performance of Madagascar the Musical was at a perfect length for children, but for me absolutely too short! I would love to stay and sing along with the actors, singing “move it move it” for a bit longer, as the performance was absolutely amazing! I would recommend this for families with children to come and enjoy together this lovely story about friendship.

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Africa, Electricity, Energy

How Africa will meet its growing demand for power

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHIE) Better power supply is key to unlocking Africa’s economic potential, including job creation, access to knowledge, agricultural and industrial transformation. As many as 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, around 43% […]

Africa, Electricity, Energy

Mining for coal still has a place in the power mix

Wayne Lindecke, Director: Power Generation, WSP in Africa During the recent Investing in African Mining Indaba, concerns were noted on the impact that the move towards a ‘greener economy’ would have on coal mining – […]

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Africa, Business

MADAGASCAR REVEALED AS THE OLDERPRENEURIAL CAPITAL OF THE WORLD  

Madagascar has the highest percentage of olderpreneurs (entrepreneurs over the age of 50) compared to anywhere else in the world, according to analysis from Allstar Business Solutions. The research presented in an interactive heat map looks […]

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Africa, Europe, Gadgets, Technology

Why the science of ancient times is important today

Even in ancient times, mankind was developing technologies and forms of scientific research that are the basis for some of current technological and scientific developments and gadgets we use today. Did you know that the […]

Africa, Business, Travel

New hope in Africa’s railways

By Nicholas Newman A new revolution in African railways is starting to take place, we are seeing major railway equipment manufacturers and leasing companies begin to focus on the continent. For many some as a […]