Africa50 Acquires 15% of the Equity in Landmark €1.2 Billion Nachtigal Hydropower Plant in CameroonLouis Paul Motaze, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Cameroun (left) with Africa50 CEO, Alain Ebobissé, after the signing ceremony in Yaoundé.

Africa50 Acquires 15% of the Equity in Landmark €1.2 Billion Nachtigal Hydropower Plant in Cameroon

Yaoundé – Africa50, the pan-African infrastructure investment platform, has acquired 15% of the equity stake in the Nachtigal Hydro Power Company (NHPC) which runs the Nachtigal hydropower project in Cameroon.

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Africa50, Energy Futures Initiative, announce the U.S. launch of Report on Natural Gas in Africa

Africa50, Energy Futures Initiative, announce the U.S. launch of Report on Natural Gas in Africa

Washington D.C. - Africa50, in partnership with Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) has announced the U.S. launch of the gas report Investing in Natural Gas for Africans: Doing Good and Doing Well during a ceremony held yesterday at the Atlantic Council Headquarters.

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Africa50 Signs Agreement with the Republic of Rwanda to Help Develop Kigali Innovation City

Africa50 Signs Agreement with the Republic of Rwanda to Help Develop Kigali Innovation City

Johannesburg, November 9, 2018 – Africa50, the pan-African infrastructure investment platform, has signed an agreement with the Republic of Rwanda to develop and finance a “Digital Innovation Precinct”, including commercial and...

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African Development Bank, Africa50 in Landmark Bridge Project Linking Kinshasa and Brazzaville

Johannesburg, South Africa, 7 November 2018 – On the sidelines of the Africa Investment Forum, the African Development Bank and Africa50 have signed an agreement with the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo to develop and finance the first road-rail bridge project linking their capitals – Kinshasa and Brazzaville.

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Alain Ebobisse holding report

Africa50 to Support the Development of Africa’s Natural Gas for Clean Power, Industries and Households

Africa50 will support the development of Africa’s natural gas resources to help countries produce clean power, accelerate their industrialization and provide affordable energy to households, Africa50 CEO, Alain Ebobissé said yesterday in New York, as he announced the release of Africa50’s report Investing in Natural Gas for Africans: Doing Good and Doing Well.

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