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Top trends energising Africa’s power sectors

12th June 2019 An optimal energy mix for Africa relies on a variety of generation technologies. In fact, in a 2015 report McKinsey estimated that if every country in Africa had to build to meet their current electricity demand, the region would require about $490 billion of capital for new generating capacity –... 

WSP takes four Diamond Arrow accolades in PMR.africa Awards

7th June 2019 WSP in Africa, one of the largest multi-disciplinary engineering consulting firms on the continent, were honoured to receive four (4) Diamond Arrow accolades in the 2019 PMR.africa Business Excellence Awards, as hosted on 3 June.  The purpose of the PMR.africa annual awards is to set a benchmark... 

#AfricaMonth: Doing business in Africa needs an inclusive approach, says WSP

29th May 2019 Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is estimated to rebound to 2.8%1 for 2019. While this is still below the 3% since 2015, the more subdued growth is on the back of enduring uncertainty in global and domestic markets, alike, which continue to influence political will, macroeconomic... 

Increasing access to power in Zimbabwe through infrastructure rehabilitation

28th May 2019 WSP participates in a crucial project to improve the reliability of power in Zimbabwe and restore supplies to the 20,000-plus customers who have been without stable access to electricity for some time.   
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Work to end Joburg water shutdown progressing as scheduled – Rand Water

Johannesburg’s leading bulk water supplier, Rand Water, says its work on the B11 pipeline shutdown is progressing according to schedule.  "The technical teams worked throughout the night and achieved the set project milestones. The work is on target," spokesperson Justice Mohale said, as the... 

SA adds 22 000 jobs in first quarter of 2019 – Stats SA

Employment in South Africa's non-agricultural formal sector grew by 22 000 in the first quarter of 2019, Stats SA announced on Tuesday in its latest Quarterly Employment Statistics (QES) bulletin. This follows an increase of 87 000 jobs in the last quarter of 2018.  
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