African Review weekly digest - 3 - 7 April

Komencanto commons for ATR 307(Image source: Komencanto/commons)Here is a brief overview of the week's new on africanreview.com from 3 - 7 April 2017

Osama Faisal: "Sanction relief is a 'win win situation' not just for Sudan but for the whole world" 

The countdown has begun as on 12 July, the Trump administration will decide whether or not it will eliminate economic and financial sanctions on Sudan for the first time in its 20-year bloody history. Read the full story here.

Himoinsa expands its series of generator sets with FPT engines up to 600kVA 

The four new generators have 17 per cent lower specific consumption than other generators with the same power range, and a service interval that is 200 hours longer. Read the full story here.

High-technology for Africa’s largest refinery 

Dangote Group orders compressors and turbines from MAN Diesel & Turbo for new Nigerian refinery. Read the full story here

How could Africa’s electricity sector become more efficient and affordable? 

Africa continues to lag behind fellow developing regions in installed generation capacity below 100GW and per capita electricity consumption, economist Moin Siddiqi reports. Read the full story here

MB Crusher's smallest model gets an upgrade 

The latest update to MB Crusher's smallest models is winning the battle against the basalt. Read the full story here

Mo Ibrahim: “Governance in the public and private sectors needs to be addressed” 

Self-made billionaire Dr. Mo Ibrahim talks about the public image of Africa, corruption and how good governance is vital to reforming the continent in the long-term. Read the full story here.

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