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Journal of African Business Issue 5

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Welcome to The Journal of African Business - a unique guide to business and investment in Africa. Every edition carries editorial copy covering the following general topics, with a wide range of subjects within each broader economic sector: energy; mining and exploration; trade; finance; technology and tourism. In addition to this, special features on topical matters will be published periodically, along with country profiles. In this edition, the in-depth interview with Aggreko Head of Sales, Southern East Africa, Max Schiff, makes clear how important captive power is for the future viability of a wide variety of projects in Africa. As Schiff points out, the extractives industry has long been a leader in the application of captive power, given the remote location of many mining operations, but the flexibility and ESG advantages that captive power using renewables offers is making it an ever-more attractive option for many different sectors.

Journal of African Business Issue

THE JOURNAL OF AFRICAN BUSINESS AFRICAN MINING IN THE ESG ERA Investing in the Energy Transition, ESG and the Economies A NEW ENERGY BANK FOR AFRICAN OIL AND GAS WHAT DOES THE AFCFTA MEAN FOR IP? COUNTRY PROFILES: ANGOLA & MAURITIUS MITIGATING THE GLOBAL LOGISTICS CRUNCH Diversification is the way to go for African business THE WINDS OF ENERGY CHANGE ARE BLOWING IN AFRICA JAN / FEB / MAR 2023 THE CASE FOR CAPTIVE POWER Aggreko’s MAX SCHIFF lays out the argument for captive power as an energy solution in many and varied African contexts

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