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Mauritius To Host Annual Africa Energy Forum

The annual Africa Energy Forum has invited the international energy community to Mauritius for a four-day conference and private exhibition with the theme “Reflections on the Last 20 Years” for its 20th anniversary on 19-22 June 2018 at the Paradis & Dinarobin Beachcomber Hotels.

IATA Launches Single African Air Transport Market Push

As a part of the African Union (AU) initiative, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced the launching of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) with the goal of opening up Africa's skies and improving intra-African air connectivity.

LUX Ile des Deux Cocos Converts to Full Solar Power

Mauritius-based LUX* Resorts & Hotels has replaced its previous diesel-based power generation with a bank of 130 solar panels and batteries, to provide full power generation for its Ile des Deux Cocos, off-grid SE Mauritius (www.IleDesDeuxCocos.com/fr) project.

Algold Granted License to Mine in Mauritius

The Mauritianian government has formally consented to the granting of a mining license to Algold Resources, a mineral exploration company based in Quebec, for its Tijirit project.

VLCC Group of Dubai Plans Major African Expansion

VLCC Group, a weight loss solutions plus hair and skin treatment company headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with an existing presence in Nairobi, just announced announced its plans to expand -- via franchise -- throughout a number of African countries.

Africa Commits to Eliminating Mercury from Trade and Production

Mercury is growing as a major health and environmental heath worldwide. As the African continent grows as a hub of international trade, an increasing an increasing number of African countries are committing to phasing out mercury, a significant health and environmental hazard.

African Companies Need to Do More to Improve 'Digital IQ'

Most organizations need to do more to keep up with the digital era, and African companies match their global peers in what London-based consultancy PwC calls 'Digital IQ'. A new report show only 52% of African companies rate their Digital IQ as strong (with a score of 70% or greater on a detailed metric).

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