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Corporate Africa | Corporate Africa News Paris based, E-SAT has been focusing on satellite communications developing complementary solutions since 2000. With existing technologies for mobiles, landlines, maritime and terrestrial, E-SAT also...

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In 2007, the late Meles Zenawi , Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, invited Pierre Castel, founder of French beverage giant Castel, to assess the opportunities for vineyards in the country. It was not an entirely new idea. Awash Winery, which was...

By Corporate Africa on Feb 11th, 2017
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The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Egbin Power Plc, Mr. Dallas Peavey, Jr., in this interview with ‘FEMI ASU, says the nation may be enveloped in darkness in the coming weeks due to a myriad of challenges in the power sector What...

By Corporate Africa on Oct 15th, 2016
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Uganda boasts huge oil and gas reserves in a region that has emerged as the new frontier for oil and gas production in Africa. Eng. Irene Muloni (MP), Minister for Energy and Mineral Development of Uganda, explains the wide range of investment...

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Though there is progress in improving telecommunications infrastructure in African urban centres, large parts of rural areas still have no access to telecom services. Jerome Poucin, Sales and Marketing Director at RascomStar, explains the role...

By Corporate Africa on Apr 18th, 2016
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The years since the start of the new millennium have seen an impressive growth in Internet and mobile cellular penetration in Africa, a feat which not only helped in the efforts to meet the MDGs but also constitutes an essential ingredient...

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The African continent has for too long suffered from expensive, unreliable supplies of electricity.  This is due to a number of factors including the reliance on expensive fuels such as diesel, the growing unpredictability of rain to support...

By Corporate Africa on Apr 16th, 2016
A worker inspect facilities on an upstream oil drilling platform at the Total oil platform at Amenem, 35 kilometers away from Port Harcourt in the Niger Delta. Amenem is the hub of Total oil production with two oil well producing over 100,000 barrels of crude daily. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Major oil producing African countries have been hit hardest due to falling oil prices, a situation which also affected new investments in the industry. Despite these grim facts, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for those determined...

By Corporate Africa on Apr 16th, 2016
Here beneficiary members of the Widows and Orphans to HIV AIDS Group, Margaret Mugeni, stands in a field of maize.

Dr Agnes Kalibata, President of Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and a former Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources in Rwanda, outlines the efforts of the Alliance to help Africa’s smallholder farmers and opportunities...

By Corporate Africa on Apr 16th, 2016