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Yellow – An African Start Up Solving Africans Electricity Problems

In this interview, the CueAfrica team sits with Yellow’s Head of Operations Malawi - Cynthia Makunganya as we discuss clean energy...

Part 4: Risks & Reward of ETFs associated with Exotic ETFs

Source : pexels.com Note: This is a 5-part series that covers the following areas Part 1: An...

Part 1 – An Overview of the Global Exchange Traded Funds...

Note: This is a 5-part series that covers the following areas Part 1: An overview of the ETFs market globallyPart...

The 10 Commandments of Oil Production

Source: Statfjord (From the exhibition “Oiling the Economy” at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum) Developing an effective oil sector in...

Renewable Energy – A Solution to Africa’s Electricity Problems?

Growing up in the urban area, our household was privileged to have access to basic amenities, such as roads, running water and electricity....

Diversification as a mechanism of Financial Panics in Africa

Part two of the series titled, “Mechanics of Financial Panics in Africa’s Financial markets” Normally a desirable force that reduces...

What The Oil Market Crash Means For Africa.

Like most contemporary financial instruments, the crash in oil prices has one similar underlying factor, the Covid-19 pandemic. Undoubtedly, the pandemic has had an indirect effect on oil prices, however, by simply attributing this crash on the pandemic, one fails to critically substantiate the immediate cause. The forces of demand and supply have played a crucial role in the free flow of oil prices.  When it comes to oil and gas, whenever there is more supply than demand, prices always drop and vice versa. Currently, there is very low demand for jet fuel since many airlines have had to take the painful decision ground their aeroplanes. For instance, South African Airways (SAA) has suspended its international flights until 31 May 2020, owing to travel restrictions.

The Transformation That Africa Needs

“I see Africa as a dynamic continent of opportunity where winds of hope are blowing even stronger,” remarked the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres during the 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD).
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