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May 16, 2016Power Privatization Series: Zambia Case Study
Examining Zambia's power sector privatization initiatives.
February 20, 2018Solar, Geothermal, Wind Join Gas to Power Africa
With costs having decreased, renewable energy has demonstrated its efficiency.
January 8, 2018The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: AfDB Backs Renewable Power Projects; Pipeline Fire Causes Widespread Power Outages in Nigeria
September 25, 2017South Sudan Infrastructure Integration
Stanbic Bank talks to AOP about the infrastructure projects and financing developments it anticipates in South Sudan.
August 28, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Eq. Guinea, Ghana To Sign LNG Deal; Nigerian Navy Seizes 1.1m liters of Stolen Fuel
August 23, 2017Stanbic Bank
Stanbic is the acronym for the Standard Bank Investment Corporation, the holding company of the Standard Bank Group, which was founded in 1857. The Standard Bank Group (trading as Stanbic Bank) currently operates in 20 African countries: Botswana, Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia […]
August 17, 2017Tullow Oil
Tullow Oil is a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company. Our focus is on finding and monetising oil in Africa and South America. Key activities include targeted exploration and appraisal, selective development projects and growing our low-cost West Africa oil production. Our portfolio of over 85 licences, spans 17 countries and is […]
August 14, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Uganda Selects Western Consortium to Build Refinery; Tullow Oil Explores Zambia
April 17, 2017The Case for Private Power
Dr. S.Z Gata, Managing Partner of EMC Continental Ltd, says Africa should look to the private power sector.
April 4, 2017WS Insight
WS Insight, incorporated in 2006 in Tanzania, is one of the most trusted private risk and security management companies in East and Central Africa. The group, now operating in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya and Zambia, has over 7,000 employees and an annual turnover that exceeds USD $35 million. The company […]