- European Union funds uYilo e-Mobility to expand in Africa
- Nissan Tanzania plans to build assembly plant in the country
- Ampersand, a Rwandan company, has received a $9 million loan from DFC to help it grow operations in Rwanda and Kenya
- African automotive technology firm, has received $13.1 million in seed funding to help it scale its technology
- Automotive market in Eastern Africa is attracting investment
- African metals gets a robust boost on electric vehicles expansion
- Kenya's Electric mobility expanding fast
- Ugandan auto firm targets to start manufacturing buses this year
- Tanzania Automotive Sector Attracting Investment and is finally above pre-pandemic levels by 1.2%
- Plentywaka And Autocheck Have Teamed Up To Make Vehicle Inspection And Maintenance Easier
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The European Union's new financing for South Africa's uYilo e-Mobility Programme will eventually show the rest of Africa how to build large-scale sustainable energy projects. The funding was given for the Smart Energy Solutions for Africa (SESA) project, which is part of the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for "Building a low-carbon, Read More..
Nissan Tanzania Limited, a global automotive manufacturer, has stated that it aims to assist in the building of a factory in the nation after seeing possible signals of a rising vehicle market. Tim Jaques, the company's chairman, made the remarks on the sidelines of an event to unveil a Nissan Navara truck, which has recently joined the Read More..