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By Malinne Blomberg These are exciting times in Mauritania. This nation connecting West and  North Africa is transforming its economy through mining, green hydrogen, and natural gas. During the campaign for presidential elections, held on June 29, President Ould Ghazouani...
by Malcolm Curor, CEO United Manganese of Kalahari These are uncertain – even frightening – times in which we find ourselves. Simultaneously, we’re experiencing the psychological and financial aftershock of a global pandemic, the escalation of geopolitical tensions, and the...
By: Aggreko, AMEA The mining industry is no stranger to change. Mining has been an essential industry for centuries, driving economic growth, providing raw materials for various sectors, and serving as a pillar of communities around the world. And with...
By Pieter Nienaber (Compliance Africa at Crown Records Management South Africa) Nienaber from Crown Records Management, a global leader in information management, is acutely aware of the paramount importance of data security and privacy in today’s interconnected world. In the...
In part one of Lubrication from Stone Age to Modern Age (WearCheck Technical Bulletin 88), we slid through 5,000 years of lubrication history and left off at the end of the age of enlightenment in the early 1700s. The...
By: Ella Teperi, General Manager, Market & Financial Analysis, Decarbonisation Services at Wärtsilä Energy In Africa, just like anywhere else, energy-intensive businesses are under great pressure to decrease CO2 emissions as they continue to compete in the global marketplace. Wärtsilä...
In 2024 and beyond, billions of dollars in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are set to continue pouring into the DRC mining sector as the world embraces renewables. But the country’s mining sector sector needs robust Environmental, Social and Governance...
The mining sector is growing rapidly across Africa.  However, the industry is facing complex power issues due to an under-developed domestic infrastructure, insecure supply chains, volatile fuel pricing and the transition to renewable power sources. These issues not only...
The search for battery minerals is taking on an almost frantic urgency, with countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) finding themselves under the exploration microscope. While everyone wants swift progress in mineral development, it is worth remembering...
Wale Yusuff, the Managing Director of Wärtsilä in Nigeria, explains how businesses operating in energy-intensive industries like cement or steel are investing in flexible engine technologies to secure reliable and efficient power while also setting the perfect stage to...