Powering Southern Africa

Energy key to unlocking Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth.

Sub Saharan Africa is starved for electricity, the region’s power sector is significantly underdeveloped, whether we look at energy access, installed capacity or overall consumption. There is a direct correlation between economic growth and electricity supply. If Sub Saharan Africa is to fulfill its promise, it needs power and lots of it. Join CNBC Africa’s Bronwyn Nielsen for this powerful dialogue, the first episode in a series of dialogues focused on Powering Africa.

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