NJ Ayuk was interviewed on his views and experience with local content
NJ Ayuk discusses key contributors in developing sustainable local content policy and infrastructure.
Senegal is determined to become the new frontrunner of Africa’s local content development.
The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Possibilities of A New Dawn for Cross Border Trade for Cameroon
Possibilities of A New Dawn for Cross Border Trade for Cameroon.
Last week in Cape Town Centurion showcased its legal and advisory expertise.
This press release was originally published on the African Energy Chamber website. Johannesburg – The African Energy Chamber is organizing a forum on local content development in Senegal on September 13th, 2018, in Dakar’s Radisson Blu Hotel. Organized in partnership with Les Conférences du Quotidien, the forum will be presided by Prime Minister Mahammed Dionne…
South African non-profit organizations call for tougher legislation in response to the proposed Climate Change Bill.
Kenyan Parliament has annulled the $9 970 fine or one-year jail term for property developers and homeowners failing to install solar water heating systems in their buildings.
Big Barrels: Africa Oil and Gas and the Quest for Prosperity to Hit the Shelves in French, Spanish and German
Although the Internet of Things (IoT) is creating “a huge wave” in Africa, as smart connected devices are being deployed at mines, there is further potential for smart devices and IoT to positively impact on mining operations in Africa, says pan-African law conglomerate Centurion Law Group CEO NJ Ayuk.
Last week, CEO of Centurion Law Group and Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, NJ Ayuk appeared on SABC news to discuss the sustainability of an elevated oil price, America’s anti-OPEC bill and Africa’s role in OPEC as a diverse continent that is reflective of the state of the global market. Recognizing the trends in…