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Africa Trade Insurance Agency signs partnership with Government of Ghana

The Africa Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) has signed a partnership with the government of Ghana. The pan-African insurer will deploy its liquidity support mechanism to support renewable energy producers. Ghana subscribes to the Regional Liquidity Support Facility (RLSF). This initiative of the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI), the German Development Agency (KfW) and the Norwegian

Newly constructed Musina Ring Road to alleviate congestion on N1

The MEC for Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure Nkakareng Rakgoale joined Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula in officially opening the Musina Ring Road. Construction of the ring road formed part of government’s infrastructure projects programme that sought to create employment opportunities across various sectors and communities. The road is between Musina and the Beit Bridge Border

WOFA dialogues stakeholders on infrastructure projects across Africa

With the global infrastructure shortfall expected to reach $15 trillion by 2040, the World Forum for Africa (WOFA) and other experts have called for improved dialogue towards integration of labeling and certification ahead of infrastructure development in the continent. The experts, who said there is enormous need for infrastructure, noted that the move would boost

Focus switches to COP27 as African leaders gather in Gabon for Africa Climate Week

The Commonwealth Secretary-General, The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC, joined African leaders at Africa Climate Week 2022 to discuss Africa’s climate change challenges and regional collaboration towards implementing solutions to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Speaking at the opening ceremony, which kicked off in Gabon’s capital, Libreville, on 29 August, the Commonwealth Secretary-General noted

Tanzania and Australia: A green and gold umbilical cord?

Tanzania and Australia – an umbilical cord? What could be a stranger notion? After all Australia is pretty much as far as you can get from Tanzania with Sydney roughly 11,600km from Dar es Salaam, and Mwanza from Perth (the respective mining capitals) not much closer at 9,200km. Indeed, given this distance it is an