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  • Total declares force majeure on Mozambique LNG project
    In a serious blow to Mozambique's economic revitalisation hopes, Total has declared a force majeure and suspended its $20bn liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the north of the country indefinitely as a result of escalating militant attacks in the area.
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    #BizTrends2021: Key industry group trends in post-pandemic Africa

    In the midst of the planetary emergency of climate change, Covid-19 is testing modern civilisation's preparedness for shocks, across the spheres of finance, economics and technology; global, national and regional governance; global and population health; social cohesion and food security. This is according to Baker McKenzie's new report, Unprecedented: Converging Crises...

    By Wildu du Plessis 6 Jan 2021

    Know your business inside out with a Biz Office

    New expectations of transparency and authenticity in business means things like organisational purpose, brand stories, how your company does things, what it believes in and what it stands for, can all play a part in how your company sees itself and how it is seen by others...

    Issued by Bizcommunity.com 2 Oct 2019

    Mozambique successfully convicts, sentences 2 rhino poachers

    SANParks has lauded the successful conviction and sentencing in Mozambique of two poachers for killing two rhinos in the Limpopo National Park...

    3 Sep 2019

    3 steps towards 'glass boxing' your company with a Biz Press Office

    Since 2001, Bizcommunity anticipated the role of company culture as intellectual capital. Biz Press Offices are a "glass box" game changer, offering a window into 18 industry communities...

    Issued by Bizcommunity.com 23 Jul 2019

    Why central banks need to take human rights more seriously

    Many central banks are rethinking their approach to the environmental and social impact of their operations...

    By Danny Bradlow 15 Jul 2019

    Freedom of expression under threat, new campaign warns

    South Africa's hard-won constitutional rights to freedom of expression and of legitimate political protest are under mounting pressure from both the state and private companies...

    By John Yeld 29 May 2019

    Why Botswana is no longer a safe haven for elephants

    Early last week, global news outlets reported that 90 carcasses of illegally killed elephants had been found around a famous wildlife sanctuary - the Okavango Delta - in Botswana...

    By Ross Harvey 10 Sep 2018

    Paradigm shift as African countries throw their weight behind ivory ban

    Calls from conservation groups for a strong line and a near total ban on the sale of ivory were strengthened last week when 32 African nations...

    By Caroline Cox 26 Mar 2018

    Africa's ambitious new biodiversity laws come with teeth, will protect people too

    Africa is known for its rich biodiversity. On a continent where people depend on this biodiversity for their daily livelihood, the question of how animals and plants that live on it will be protected, remains crucial...

    By Willem Daniel Lubbe 11 Sep 2017

    Mozambique destroys over two tonnes of contraband ivory, rhino horn

    Authorities in Mozambique on Monday, 6 July 2015, burned more than 2.6 tonnes of ivory and rhino horns confiscated during various anti-poaching busts, demonstrating a tough stance on wildlife trafficking...

    8 Jul 2015

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