• Making a splash

    Making a splash

    Seychelles is on track to be home to the continent’s first utility-scale floating solar PV plant. In 2018, the Seychelles Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change and the Seychelles… Read more

    Root cause and effect

    Root cause and effect

    In Zambia, cassava production is on the cusp of a major boost. The starchy vegetable is a staple food source in many African nations, thanks to its hardy nature. But because… Read more

    In the works

    In the works

    Tanzania and Zambia are working on plans to build a pipeline for refined products between the two nations. The 1 349 km pipeline, which is expected to cost around US$1.5 billion, was recently… Read more

    Right on track

    Right on track

    Kenya and Uganda have each announced plans to rehabilitate the railway lines connecting the two nations. Reuters reports that Kenya intends to modernise its Malaba-Uganda line at a cost of… Read more

    Next generation

    Next generation

    A major conversion project is set to save Angola millions of dollars in generating power. The Southern African nation’s diesel-fired power stations are to be converted to operate with natural… Read more