AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor
A team from Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Engineering has developed and successfully tested South Africa’s first electric minibus taxi, Daily Maverick reports.
Construction of a 650mn cubic metre lake in western Zimbabwe, part of a larger dam project to generate electricity and supply water to Bulawayo, has stalled due to lack of funding, The Herald reports.
Moti Group commits to $1.4bn lithium project in Zimbabwe despite media reports deposit is 'just rock'
South Africa’s struggling state-run power utility Eskom is still without a chief executive nine months after the previous CEO, André de Ruyter, resigned. The board's candidate was rejected by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Premier African Minerals (Premier) has finished installing a RHA ball mill at its Zulu Lithium and Tantalum Mine in western Zimbabwe, paving the way for resumption of spodumene production at the asset.
Chariot Limited, an Africa-focused transitional energy group, on September 18 announced that the first solar power has been officially wheeled via the City of Cape Town’s energy grid in a pilot electricity wheeling project.