Practical Radical Economic Transformation members storm stage where Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane was meant to discuss the new Mining Charter.
Workers at Tenke Fungurume, a copper mine in the southern Congolese province of Katanga, check bundles of copper cathode sheets ready to be loaded and sent out to buyers, file. REUTERS/Jonny Hogg Read more
South African President Jacob Zuma backed new rules to give the country’s black majority a bigger stake in the nation’s mineral wealth that the mining industry and some senior ruling party officials said they weren’t consulted about. Read more
The Eskom Board has appointed Johnny Dladla as Acting Group Chief Executive with immediate effect.
On Monday, Russia and Uganda signed an agreement for the development of uranium into nuclear power generation.
Small-scale chrome miners who exported through Applebridge Private Limited are set to benefit from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s five percent export incentive. Read more
Protesters shut down on Wednesday several oil and gas pipelines in the southern Tunisian province of Kebili to urge the government to meet their demands for more jobs and investments in the local economic development. Read more
Pylons carry power from South Africa”s Koeberg nuclear power plant near Cape Town, file. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings Read more
Ms Matilda Ohene has been appointed as Secretary to the Eighth Board of Directors of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC).
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) approved the framework for the financing of renewable energy in Egypt to the tune of $500 million. Read more
PTPP’s Head of Investor Relations, Adi Hartadi, and NNPC COO, Refineries and Petrochemicals, Anigbor Kragha
The Federal Government may soon achieve its objective of boosting the Nigeria’s local refining capacity as an Indonesian firm has revealed plans to construct a modular refinery in the country. Read more
Senegal’s state-run utility, SENELEC, is considering aiding Gambia in bringing its power crisis under control. SENELEC is Read more
Tunisia’s state-run utility, the Tunisian Electricity and Gas Company (STEG), signed an agreement with Japanese firm Mitsubishi Hitachi Power to build a 450-MW power plant. Read more