socio-economic development

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Women in energy means more clean energy for all across Africa

The first dialogue on Women In Energy pinpointed the social enterprise opportunities available in the African energy transition.

Declining GDP hits unemployed and poor the hardest

South Africa’s overall gross domestic product is expected to decline between 5.1% and 7.9% this year and recover slowly for at least the next four years.
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Namibia: new solar project to push socio-economic development agenda

Namibia's minister of mines and energy Tom Alweendo has underlined the need for government and private sector to collaborate in order to address socio-economic...

Exclusive interview | Grania Rosette Rubomboras, Nile Basin Initiative

Grania Rosette Rubomboras, Programme Officer: Power Projects, Nile Basin Initiative, is an Advisory Board member and a speaker on the Transmission and Distribution programme...

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