Tanzania-based Tanga Cement Company (TCC), which launched its operations in Rwanda last week, is positive about the country’s potential due to solid gross domestic product (GDP) growth and the low inflation rate.
The European Union (EU) and the Government of Cameroon last week announced a trade agreement in which Africa’s biggest exporter of tropical hardwood to Europe has agreed to ensure wood traded within the country and shipped from Cameroon to the EU and other destinations worldwide contains no illegal timber.
One does not need licensing to construct a power plant in South Africa if it is for “own use”. Business can install power plants for own use without a licensing requirement. What about when it comes to municipalities if you develop a waste-to-energy project as a municipality. Would this still be defined as “own use”?