policy

Highlights of policy changes in Africa during 2018

The mining regulatory framework in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) went through notable changes in 2018.
South Africa

Five stories from 2018 that you MUST read

The mining industry has see massive change in 2018. The Mining Charter was reworked to a fair compromise and trends for the digital future were explored.
Eskom

Eskom receives first tranche of R 6.5 billion loan

Agence Française de Développement signs a R 1,5 billion loan agreement to support Eskom’s investments in South Africa's power grid.
Universal Coal

World Bank to assist developing countries move away from coal

The World Bank, Canada, and the United Kingdom have together announced they will provide financial, technical and advisory support for developing countries that have decided to transition away from coal and accelerate the uptake of cleaner sources of energy.
kibo

Kibo Energy renews MOU with Mozambique SOE

Kibo Energy has renewed and expanded its MOU with Mozambican state-owned electric utility, EDM, to advance the Benga Independent Power Project.
Africa

The future of Europe lies in Africa

“Africa is a continent of great change and opportunities. However, Europe finds it difficult to understand that its future lies in the South.
Kibo

Kibo secures exclusivity for power projects in the UK

Kibo announces that subsidiary secures an exclusivity to do due diligence and negotiate the potential acquisition of three power sites totalling 31.3 MW.
Mining Indaba

Mining Indaba promises to connect investors and miners

Mining Indaba will fulfil its commitment to unite investors, mining companies, governments and other stakeholders during the event.
ResGen

ResGen faces further funding delays for Boikarabelo

JSE and ASX-listed Resource Generation, or ResGen, who has yet to develop its Boikarabelo coal mine in the Limpopo province’s Waterberg coalfield in South Africa has been hit by another funding delay.
Africa Finance Corporation

Africa Finance Corporation invests in Cameroon’s energy supply as demand grows

The Africa Finance Corporation will invest in the construction of a new hydro power plant in Cameroon as the demand for electricity continues to grow.

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